Aim Architecture and URBAN MATTERS collaborated on an urban street project in Shanghai, China that fuses man-made and natural environments. The structure encompasses a variety of dualistic topics and conundrums that are characteristic of big city life — from the "negotiation between where we need to be, and where we want to be" to "what we have, and how much we don't need."
Aim Architecture and URBAN MATTERS focused on the human experience during the development of the urban street project. The result is an open-space city garden. Dubbed 'Urban Bloom,' the installation boasts floating bubbles, filled with colorful foliage.Thus, the practices came up with design-forward solutions for a more wholesome, communal and fun metropolitan environment.
Photo Credits: URBAN MATTERS by MINI, CreatAR Images