While the visitors stroll through the center of Jerusalem, they would have chance to admire the beauty of “Warde”. This unusual 9 meters high plant consists of giant six red flowers and is located on the Place de Valero Square. Once inflated, this artificial flowers have a wingspan of 9 meters.
The remarkable thing of this innovation is not just its aesthetics. The flowers, also serves a very practical and important purpose. When a passerby approaches anyone of them they open immediately to provide a temporary shelter to its visitors. It is therefore ideal for hot summer or rainy days.
When the motion sensors detect a visitor nearby, current is given to the “stem” of the giant flower. Then, thanks to an air compressor, the lamp pressurizes ambient air to rapidly inflate the artificial leaves:
Finally, “Warde” offers another service to the visitors of the Place de Valero Square. Situated next to a tram station, the flowers are built to be visible from any place. They may well swell all at once when the tram arrives near the station to prevent late passengers.
This video shows you the “Warde” in action:
This facility is amazing. In addition to beautifying the city center of Jerusalem, it also offers some practical benefits to its visitors. Would you like to have such thing in your city or do you it is unnecessary?