The structure is built in order to increase the wind stream which goes through it, generating power. Another sustainable process runs on the roof, specially designed to collect rain water from the highest point of the building to the lowest one, which is then stored and reused.
2.The experience continues with the Spring zone which represents the Observatory. Its key emphasis are the translucent partitions which illustrate different colour pallets when the sunlight goes through them - the north one projects the colours of the rainbow; the south one projects the colours of the sun from its sunrise to its sunset.
3.The third part of the journey is the Summer zone with all the vivid colours of the nature. Its main function is to be the 'Playground' for the kids. The children could play `hide-and-seek` while educating themselves with the books and toys provided.
4.Last but not least, is the Autumn zone - the end of the visitor`s seasonal journey. It is quite a small area, interpreting the end of nature`s life. The pallet of the lounge represents golden fallen leaves and pale forest colours.