The aim of Studio Influx this project was to create a unique zoo, redefining the typical design to generate an urban wildlife tourism. Through a vertical dynamic design, stands a building with the idea to inspire other architects around the world and raise awareness of the diversity of ecosystems.
We propose a modern safari, a tour based on the observation that visitors can walk freely in their cars and watch the wild animals, instead of cages. It suggests the redefinition of the archetype of the zoo with a new vertical urban function of the city of Buenos Aires.
A great wheel brings a new dimension in the allocation of metropolitan waterfront park, enhancing recreational areas of the reserve and its right to place of leisure.
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