Due to their size large, urban parks are affected by the economic growth and decay of the surrounding society. Their ecological succession reflects the socioeconomic condition of the society over a certain period of time. By being over designed and over controlled such parks are often the result of an utopian era; archetypes of a humanitic society of the perfect man which doesn’t really exists.
FLUIDSCAPE project comes to abolish this local reflect condition. Instead it reflects a path of a processing society, embrassing its local endemic interferences. Linear elements are employed to its transformation, along its central path highlighted with strong colour, lights and green plants. A museum, sports activities, family areas, facilities, concert area, a wild life rehabilitation centre and last and most important the house of peace are based on the citizens claims and their experiences as visitors of a former airport and its inscription on their collective memory.