ANTAO.: Winner of World Design Awards 2021. Dali Erhai Ecological Wetland · Children’s Science Popularization Activity Park strengthens the relationship between nature science popularization and the park, the water cycle formed by rainfall from Cangshan Mountain nourishes the earth, flows into Shiba Creek and finally converges into Erhai. It is mainly divided into four blocks: Stone Beach Secrets, Dream Forest, Cloud Stream Water and Exploration of Erhai. We can in the beach shakotan coast, together with the insects and butterflies framed to explore the diversity of species, through the dreaming forest and feel the rich and diverse plants in Cangshan, Cloud Stream Water deduces the water circulation system that clouds and rain from Cangshan Mountain converge to 18 streams and Erhai Lake to form streams, and it also can explore the origin of life in Erhai Lake. The science park strengthens the relationship between nature and paradise, so that children can be accompanied by nature and play in the carefree childhood world.
Dali Erhai Lake Ecological Wetland is deduced from the water cycle formed by rainfall in Cangshan Mountain, and finally into Erhai Lake. It is mainly divided into four major fragments: “Rocky Beach Secret Land”, “Dreaming Forest”, “Playing in Yunxi Water”, and “Exploring Erhai Lake”. We can explore the various species of Cangshan Mountain and experience the water circulation system where the clouds and rains of Cangshan Mountain converge to the Shibaxi River and the Erhai Lake, allowing children to play with nature and play in the carefree world.
Dali Erhai Ecological Wetland · Children’s Science Activity Park
World Design Awards Category
Landscape Design Concept
Min Zhan, Chaolei Shen
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