The result, which can be seen in the aerial view, is a dynamic synchronization of permeable-impermeable, new-old, constructed-void space that provides different experiences for pedestrian users of the site.
designboomin 2008, a huge earthquake in china’s sichuan province was the country’s deadliest in more than 30 years. designed by cai yongjie, the ‘wenchuan earthquake memorial museum’ pictured above takes the form of a ruptured landscape, where large subterranean buildings are topped with green roofs that ensure that the complex adopts an unobtrusive presence.
This urban garden, named Zighizaghi, is a multi-sensory garden made of two levels, a horizontal level, the hexagonal floor and seating area, and a vertical level, the lighting and sound systems. There's also numerous plants included in the design, like lemon trees and lavender.
Stonescape by Kengo Kuma. Cascading stone strata formed a series of undulating curves around the room. Pools of water formed at some of the lowest levels, while others contained clusters of bamboo trees planted in gravel.