The site lies at the intersection of the busy commercial Queen Street West and the multi-use trail, West Toronto Railpath, and I responded the above questions by constructing a structure that attracts, connects, and provides a transition point for the surrounding neighbourhood. Mesh is used to promote plant growth on the ground level. Poplars are planted according to a grid that follows the orientation of the city street grid to form a contrast with the organic shape of the spiral structure; red osier dogwoods are used to complement with the poplars in different seasons. The bike hub connects the neighbourhood by creating easy access points for people to come and meet, recreational attractors such as the lookout platform to social and mingle, and finally, easy exit points to depart for destinations.