The park is shaped like a fingerprint and is imagined for a vacant plot in Vienna by Austrian based Studio Precht

Arch Daily describes how Visitors are guided by parallel lanes throughout the maze-like undulating landscape, each having a gateway on the entrance and exit, to indicate if the 600m long path is occupied or free to stroll.

Inspired by French baroque gardens and Japanese Zen-gardens, the 90cm wide tracks of reddish granite gravel are distanced by 240cm from each other. Spiraling towards a center, where fountains are placed, the park redirects visitors once at the midpoint to circulate outwards.

images courtesy of Studio Precht and Arch Daily