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"What was once a circle has become a future"
By Moosa SILWADI.
A contemporary horizontal and strong futuristic vertical language links the opposite sides of the road corridor, complementing and resolving the visual coin of any Highway.
The landmark adds a visual element of excitement to its green corridor.
As well as simplicity, harmony, and humanity, this language is environmental and sustainable.
Additionally, this landmark can be used as an entrance to any city or water front as a Citygate or Watergate.
In order to protect Bulbul species, a conservation bird zone is established at the start of any city Main Green Corridor so these birds will have a safe place to breed and live.
The bird continues to suffer either because it is hunted by humans or other birds, such as the Craws, or because green areas have been demolished for the construction of cities.
RESEARCH CENTER, BIRD VET, LABORATORY A BIRD SHOP AND COFFEE SHOP
It also serves as a research center for bulbul, Hudhud, and other local birds because a community without birds singing will make our city, feel void.
As a result of this circular architectural void feature acting as an ossis, the birds are able to sing, breed, and nest at different levels to be able to be released later on slowly in the city, so that they can fly, nest, and sing again.
This aviary/research center will always draw residents and visitors alike, and the consequences of this interaction are endless. There will be endless opportunities for community involvement from visiting and learning to actually participating.
WHY HOOP ROLLING?
Because it is traditional local but also international kids game, Hoop rolling, also called hoop trundling, is both a sport and a child's game in which a large hoop is rolled along the ground, generally by means of an object wielded by the player.
The aim of the game is to keep the hoop upright for long periods of time, or to do various tricks.
The Mission and the Opportunity
It will be a fun event for kids as well as adults, locals and expats in hoop's day, a day in which a specific road or street will be closed to allow the event to take place.