Giant flowers Warde in Valero Square in Jerusalem

Pedestrians in Jerusalem’s Vallero Square can stand and take a breath under these huge flowers that open on their own. Installed there by HQ Architects in 2014 under the name ‘Warde‘, these nine by nine-meter large flowers ‘bloom’ when one approaches or when the tram arrives, illuminating this part of the city which is otherwise very boring.

The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem have become a real wonder not only for tourists but also for local residents. The buds bloom and function as huge unusual lanterns. When opened, the flower is filled with air and becomes voluminous.

The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem

” This project is part of the effort made by the municipality to improve the city center and in this case the poor condition of this square, ” says the Designbloom issue.

The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem have become a real wonder not only for tourists but also for local residents. The buds bloom and function as huge unusual lanterns. When opened, the flower is filled with air and becomes voluminous.

Warde’s effort was made to illuminate the urban space a bit by placing these four elements that show a little imagination and will help the square to escape a little from reality. ‘

The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem have become a real wonder not only for tourists but also for local residents. The buds bloom and function as huge unusual lanterns. When opened, the flower is filled with air and becomes voluminous.

Pedestrians in Jerusalem’s Vallero Square can stand and take a breath under these huge flowers that open on their own. Installed there by HQ Architects in 2014 under the name ‘Warde’, these nine by nine-meter large flowers ‘bloom’ when one approaches or when the tram arrives, illuminating this part of the city which is otherwise very boring.

The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem have become a real wonder not only for tourists but also for local residents. The buds bloom and function as huge unusual lanterns. When opened, the flower is filled with air and becomes voluminous.

“This project is part of the effort made by the municipality to improve the city center and in this case the poor condition of this square,” Designbloom reports.

The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem have become a real wonder not only for tourists but also for local residents. The buds bloom and function as huge unusual lanterns. When opened, the flower is filled with air and becomes voluminous.

Warde’s attempt was made to illuminate the urban space a little by placing these four elements that show a little imagination and will help the square to escape a little from reality.

The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem have become a real wonder not only for tourists but also for local residents. The buds bloom and function as huge unusual lanterns. When opened, the flower is filled with air and becomes voluminous.
Huge flower lanterns unfold as soon as a person appears under them.
The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem have become a real wonder not only for tourists but also for local residents. The buds bloom and function as huge unusual lanterns. When opened, the flower is filled with air and becomes voluminous.
The bulbs – flowers that “bloom” when there are people below!

The nine-meter red flowers in the center of Jerusalem have become a real wonder not only for tourists but also for local residents. The buds bloom and function as huge unusual lanterns. When opened, the flower is filled with air and becomes voluminous. A complex structure, created by designers in 2014, 9 meters high and the same width. The idea was almost immediately supported by the local municipality – this is how these beautiful buds grew in the city, which react to movement.

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