I am afraid I don't quite get this park design. I'm really glad it's finally open, and whatever the landscaping, having A park here is better than NO park. But, is it one of those places that looks and works better in person than in photos? It's incredibly busy. I find the green they chose for all the sculptures same-y and garish, but also not bright enough to be really cheery or uplifting. Most of the works seem to be purely decorative without obvious function, which is valid in a sculpture garden, but not sure these quite read as true artworks on their own? It's sort of that in between space between park furniture and art, where you hope to see a mix of form and function. I'm being a harsh critic based on some photos though. I'll try to make it down for a first-hand look soon!