This is a unique piece of architecture that responds to its environment. Whenever pedestrians or a trolley is nearby, the motion sensors makes the ‘flowers’ bloom. This is a great way to provide shade during a sunny day and also be a source of light during the night. These flowers are located at Jerusalem’s Vallero Square.
I found this to be very interesting because I have never really seen anything in public that responds to its environment quite like this. Many buildings and structures are often stagnant. In the future I hope to see more interactive works of art in public.