Called Warde, the giant flowers tower over pedestrians making their way through the space.
The square is cut in half by a tram, and the flowers can sense when that drives past as well.
When the space is empty, the flowers deflate and enter a state of slumber, with their fabric gently flowing in the breeze.
Other than a sense of magic, the flowers provide shade for anyone who decides to stand under them.
At nighttime, the centers of the flowers light up, illuminating the square.
They’re just the touch of wonder the city center needed.