Problem: Incorporating new and useful features within the park using unwanted tires, while maintaining and enhancing the parks visual and cultural integrity.
Solution: Bury whole tires strategically and systematically to create varying ground heights. They will be placed in a manner which promotes self interpreted use of space by the user. When viewing the park from above, it will be interpreted as representative shapes such as a tulip styled fish. The use of tulips will help to convey this idea by introducing color. When the tulips die a fish skeleton will remain as the visual. Like wise when the tulips are living they will suggest a full, mosaic styled fish/tulip shape. The image will have a dimensional quality to it by having the tires buried beneath, giving it a "domed" feeling.
Use of tire:whole
Question: What are some of the traditional colors/color schemes for the region of Istanbul?