As we welcome Spring – a season were flowers bloom, animals are born and gardens come to life naturally, it is only apt that we look at those gardens that have been created by man to bring beauty into the world.
On page 36, we take a look at a secret garden that has been made on top of a twelve story department building in Uijeongbu, South Korea. The reason behind its creation, to offer a sanctuary for the city’s residents and a play space for children. With an art installation, maze garden and tree houses, the area is truly an oasis of calm for many.
Over on page 30, we discover the planning behind The Family Park, new area in new Cairo that was developed to help create open space in the city and to act as an educational experience
for families. Also on page 22, is a look at Temaiken Bio-Park (Bioparque Temaiken), a thematic park located 50 kilometres north of the City of Buenos Aires, where visitors can find all kinds of recreated habitats within a park with large trees and extensive passive green spaces.
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