From Daryl Toh Liem Zhan come these commissioned works of "depicting the destructive works of mankind against the forces of nature in a fight for balance on our fragile planet." Really, it looks more like no one wins in this fight.
Reminiscent of Bangkok, where vines and foliage from the surrounding green areas are allowed to proliferate up the sides of some skyline, to a certain degree. It's lovely. It looks at some angles, that the jungle is pulling the city down, back into the land. There is also a large tract of land in the middle of the city, tucked in the main bend of the wide river that runs through the center of it, called The Green Lung of Bangkok. It's has been protected from any urban development, passed down from generation to generation and simple, traditional farming thrives there.