Ill-Studio and Pigalle have returned to a basketball court they previously overhauled with bold patterns, replacing primary colours with gradients of blue, pink, purple and orange.
The Pigalle Duperré is sandwiched into a row of buildings in the 9th arrondissement of Paris.
With support from sports brand Nike, creative directors Ill-Studio and fashion label Pigalle have redesigned the compact and irregularly shaped site, two years after they first enlivened the space.
Blocks of red, yellow, blue and white from the last iteration have been painted over with brighter hues.
The rubber court surface blends from blue at the ends to pink in the centre, while gradients have also been applied to the surrounding walls.
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