Stefan Gyzl's 'Parc Disponible' Gives City Slickers a Taste of the Outdoors

By: Michael Hines - Published: Sep 10, 2010   Updated: Jul 25 2011 • References: archdaily &
'Parc Disponible' is a miniature nature enclosure designed by Stefan Gyzl. 'Parc Disponible' is styled to give city residents a place to relax and enjoy nature privately.

Stefan Gyzl's design would be a 15-square-meter enclosure that is completely surrounded with vegetation. Users can sign up and reserve a 30-minute spot in the park online. Having your own personal park would be a great getaway for individuals living in a crowded city.

Implications - There is a large number of consumers within today's urban populations that find themselves feeling highly disconnected from the environment. Businesses that are able to rebuild this connection or provide comparable experiences will experience high rates of success. Urban consumers will flock to products with which they can encounter the great outdoors within the limits of a city. Stats for Urban Mini-Parks Trending: Older & Average
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