Park Groot Vijversburg is located in the Netherlands, and the design firm Junya Ishigami recently won a competition to update the area. The winning design features updates to current buildings located in the park, which are done in a way that does not overpower the natural feeling of the area.
Many times trying to blend the architectural features of a park with the environment is not a complete success, with the buildings overpowering the area instead of complementing it. Junya Ishigami firm has worked relentlessly to avoid this issue, and come up with a design that slopes and curves with the grass and tree-covered areas.
For anyone walking through the Park Groot Vijversburg when it is complete, they are sure to appreciate the updates and enjoy both the buildings and nature in the area.
Photo Credits: designboom, jnyi.jp
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