Spongy Connection

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The design utilises the topography of the existing berm in the site to locate ecological tide pools for small-scaled fish habitats after flooding, which leaves people partial landscape to engage in when the river reaches its high tide and occupies the riverbank. The rain garden on the riverbank takes the theory of Stormwater Management by using flora and multiple soil layers to filter flood water.

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