An inflatable flower installation grows in Jerusalem's Vallero Square by HQ architects. They are calling it Warde. The flowers fill with air when pedestrians pass by and deflates when they walk away. All four flowers also open when the tram arrives to provide cover for the pedestrians as they step off the tram. The nine by nine meter installation was part of an effort by the municipality to improve the poor condition of the square and to lighten up the urban space by introducing a hint of fantasy and imagination. Way to go.
Via Faith Is Torment