Public spaces serve all residents, particularly the elderly and parents with small children. Their form determines the quality of life in the village. Many unmaintained places in the city directly call us to rescue, cultivate, and care for them.
Opportunities for renovation are offered to a number of semi-public areas, such as closed areas of public buildings (offices, schools or hospitals). These places can be fenced in and become inaccessible to the public at night. As a rule, the courtyards are also private, which offer space for the surrounding inhabitants, subsidies can be drawn for the preparation of these spaces, in many cities.
If you have found a site that seems to be suitable for a green oasis, discuss your intention with the landowner and network administrator first. The design should be created in collaboration with a landscape architect, who will add a spatial concept to the site and help prevent problems. When planning a public space, it is appropriate to involve other local residents, organise public planning, joint implementation, a neighbourhood celebration, and other such collaborations.
We plant species suitable for life in the city in freely accessible places. That is, those that are not allergenic or toxic (for example, yew), but also those that are resistant to pollution and drought.
Green oasis. The future of a neglected space in a city waiting to be discovered and freed from grey captivity. Everyone likes to live in a pleasant environment. Let's find these places together and create green oases from them - the prides of the neighbourhoods.
They increase the quality of life in the place where you live.
Thanks to the revitalisation, pleasant meetings places are created. They have a significant positive effect on the health of the population.
They cool and humidify the air.
They create shade in hot places, effectively lowering the temperature.
They capture dust and other harmful substances, and retain valuable water in the city.
They allow other animals to inhabit the city, such as birds.