The idea of migration inspired the design of this area. This is a highly topical issue because in a world disrupted by climate change, birds and plants are travelling together to find new ways of living.
This continuous movement is characteristic of both the plant and animal worlds, including humans.
This is reinforced by the theoretical basis of the famous French landscape architect Gilles Clément, who compares the natural growth of spontaneous grasses, which spread independently, to the routes of migratory birds.
The need for these species to escape and conquer new lands is linked to the difficult year of reclusion that has just passed. The theme, raised in this area, thus creates a similarity linked to travel, flight and the mental and physical escape of individuals in search of new wild and unexplored spaces.
The pandemic event, in fact, has led people to rediscover the value of contact with the natural element and with it the desire to get away from their comfort zone.
Rediscovering new places and open spaces has become a must in order to restore the inseparable relationship between man and nature that has such an impact on the wellbeing of the individual.
To this end, the project area emphasises this escape, focusing on a "site-specific" installation representing a flock in movement.
Accompanying this aerial dance are the soft clouds of grasses, which create a dynamic and fluctuating effect throughout the area.