möbius is both a public space sculpture and seating furniture designed for the municipal primary school in danish town sjølund and was carried out in collaboraton with artist pernille priergaard worsøe and architect david garcia. the shape of möbius has been inspired by the famous non-orientable geometry as discovered by german mathematician august möbius in 1858. besides being interesting to look at and sit on, the symbolic message of möbius is evident. it promotes the values of curiosity with the paradoxical twisted surface and the school as a social community with the ring shaped form. möbius is made from roll-formed steel, measures 5.5 meters in diameter and is placed around a plane tree. möbius was handed over to the kids summer 2010.