This Noah’s Ark can be organized as a multilayered system – classified according to climate requirements, alphabet ordering and the Linnaean system; according to its applications and its production methods. It embodies today’s data culture. It challenges the new generation. It interprets the present requirements of Floriade as a contemporary, timeless variant. One layer of the building displays the possibilities of planting in relation to human activities. The various functional components of Floriade are located here. Each “adopts” a part of the collection: eating in the greenhouse, dancing in the mushroom cave, swimming in the coral reef habitat, bathing under the waterfall, working in the garden office, and conferring behind the foliage. The vertical Floriade can also be seen as a modern warehouse, the ultimate garden center, as is appropriate to the behavior of the new generations. Visitors can buy anything they see, all purchases being stored in a chip on the entrance ticket. Payment takes place at the end of the trip. The structure can be used after conclusion of the Floriade as a new Green Trade Center, a commercial center for horticulture, a kind of permanent monument to horticulture and the most prominent building in the area.