During his research on Pyeonchon, Manfred Pernice found two obscure peripheral spaces in around parks plazas, which are visibly recognized as public space. While they are modest resting spaces that constructed in after thought do not stand out, theses spaces are simpleinviting for people to approach with ease. The artist installed space-specific structures that expand the design concept for Pyeongchon public structuresa memorial, for which the artist himself assigned the significance. Inspired by the story about the painter from Klingsor Last Summer by Herman Hesse, Pernice tried to renew these familiar yet obscure spaces by aesthetically expanding them through simple interventions. Lugano, the title of this work, is a Swiss city in which the novel was set Hesse spent his later years.