The planned future park that will be located in the biggest borough of Bratislava, Petržalka, has excellent requisites to become a central public place for the whole city. It spreads out over 62 hectares of original floodplain forests encompassing two lakes and a protected moor, which in the 1970s saw housing estates being built around it.
The aim of the Zlaté Piesky recreation area in the north-east section of Bratislava is to create a mixed use area for the city, with the main focus on water sports. Furthermore, there will be possibilities to create natural ice-skating areas that can be used safely in the winter, and a cycling path is proposed around the recreation area, with a jogging path and other activities that can be used all-year round. The area will also be equipped for cultural and artistic events (concerts, theatre), shops, restaurants, gaming, and aqua world (aquarium).
Staromestská Street represents one of the key localities in the historical centre of Bratislava. At the present time it serves primarily as a main traffic artery that arose out of the construction of Novy Most bridge in 1972.
The project entitled City Interventions is a unique merger of the ideas of architects with the will of investors to provide financial support to good and original designs in the city, above all in public places. The authors of the project are the renowned young architects from Bratislava, Matúš Vallo and Oliver Sadovský.