Three Eco Parks were planned across GNIDA to facilitate orientation & education of citizens with regards to the rich biodiversity that they are part of. One of the most conspicuous elements of the project were to be the boundary walls separating the forest reserved areas from the city. For speed and convenience of construction the walls were conceived as precast concrete panels. To keep them from being monotonous & dull bands, the panels were to be in different hues of green, carrying a pattern of tessellated rhombuses.
The proposed logo uses the tessellation as structure. However, the officials were more excited about the emblem presented by one of the Forest Officers: a crane with wings spread wide.