The Astera is a distant cousin of the thistle found in our countryside. This wild flower has adapted to the urban landscape, and can reach over twelve metres in height.
An intriguing silvery plant with a bright glimmer during the day, at sunset it transforms into a mesmerizing creature, its heart erupting into a storm of coloured beams of light that illuminate its bristling structure.
A night-flower with a curious form of photosynthesis, the Aster blooms at sunset, revealing its splendour as it flares up in a kaleidoscope of dazzling colours.
A concentrated dose of light and colour make for a light show bristling with ingenuity.