ARCHITECTS behind the winning vision for the controversial transformation of Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens have unveiled an animated fly-through of the design to try to win the backing of the city’s public in a referendum vote.
New York-based architects Diller Scofidio & Renfro yesterday unveiled the detailed animation of their futuristic “Granite Web” vision for the future of the Victorian gardens.
The referendum count is due to take place on 2 March and voting papers were to be sent out today.
Charles Renfro, said: “The fly-through animation lets viewers experience how incredible the City Garden will look and feel. It really allows the viewer to imagine using the garden.”