29 Aug '17, 6pm

Subterranean Oxygen Park is a breath of fresh air in the Qatari desert

Oxygen Park derives its name from the elemental life-force of oxygen , which the park also produces with its tree-studded green landscape. The designers wrote: “Oxygen Park is a man-made ‘green lung’ with a design inspired by nature. It is an antidote to the generic indoor gym environment and helps people to get back to nature, while fostering social engagement and promoting active healthy lifestyles.” A series of “balloon lights” float above the subterranean landscape to draw attention to Oxygen Park from afar.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/subterranean-oxygen-park-is-a-breath...

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