This master plan project aligned with the emerging concept for rewilding parks, aiming to implement a rotating ecosystem scheme.
This scheme allowed for the movement of animals between different areas based on the current requirements of vegetation, land, and the animals themselves.
Scattered across the expansive park were visitors' bungalows, each uniquely designed to seamlessly blend into the natural landscape and harmonize with the living habits of the animal species sharing the space.
Additionally, the design incorporated small architectural elements intended to bring guests closer to nature, building a vital bond between visitors and the natural environment.
The project was carried out in cooperation with the architectural studio "Bud Cud."