The main idea of the project was to create an architectural shape with a delicate relation to nature that will highlight and bring attention to its importance and resources.
Making nature more accessible will make people appreciate it to a greater extent. The concept does not have a specified localization. The purpose is to inspire others to create architecture that highlights nature instead of destroying it, drawing humans and nature closer together with the usage of modern technologies. The essence of the project is the one path that provides visitors with a passage around the panoramic view of a tropical forest. Trail with the dynamic geometry that is detached in height from the ground, releasing the space allowing the forest to complete itself into a steady landscape.
Flora incorporated into the structure will also carry on growing, thus continuing to change the user experience. The path creates a close-up feeling of the forest and offers panoramic views in all directions. It leads guests up while snaking around the palm trees. New views of the jungle appear on the way. It’s a place for people to hike, jog, or simply appreciate the views. The 21st century gives us the possibility to rethink the combination of technology and nature into new experiences and identities. Unlike in the past, nowadays humankind is able to enhance nature using technology, instead of exploiting it, and this project attempts to demonstrate one of the multiple ways this can be done.
Visuals with courtesy of Iryna Nalyvaiko