In street culture and art, skateboarding and parkour are the projects that
most people can participate in as soon as possible. In the process of urban development, the large-scale event venues that are gradually lacking, parkour and skateboarding are also visible in daily life.
The movement of young people between cities has, to some extent, awakened the lives of local residents. Therefore, for such activities as parkour and skateboarding, it is more about bringing participants together. Although the freedom of the activists is reduced to a certain extent, it is more conducive to changing other people’s views on the lack of regulations in the street culture, so that more people can participate in the street culture.
The structure of the Liverpool parking building is a great place for parkour enthusiasts and street culture participants, so a section of the supporting columns is reserved to allow parkour enthusiasts to pass through.