The modern world has so many innovative creations going on and it is amazing how these creations can help people in multiple ways rather than conventional methods. This article discusses such an innovation that has been placed in the Vallero Square in Jerusalem.
A new creation from the HQ Architects, an architecture firm that has installed Giant ‘flower’-like structures next to the sidewalk at the Vallero Square. These are built and placed to provide shade to the pedestrians, but they are not the usual roofing you will see. Scroll down to read more about this amazing creation.
These are built as the project “Warde” in Jerusalem. They are motion-activated structures that are folded down in their default mode. Once a pedestrian walks under the structure, the motion sensors pick up the movement, and then the structure ‘blooms’ up creating a roof-like structure.
These are not just roofing structures, but they are also aesthetically built to add beauty in motion to the Vallero Square. The vibrant colors of the structure mimic a real-life flower. This can be used as a shade in the day as well as a lighting structure for the nighttime. These structures are built on poles that supply the strength and power for the whole operation. This was implemented to save up space and avoid further unnecessary construction in the busy metropolitan location.
This is one colorful addition to Jerusalem which is efficient and aesthetic at the same time. Share your ideas and thoughts with us about these vibrant structures.