The Mobile Orchard is an inhabitable public art
installation by atmos.
It's a hymn to the urban fruit tree—a celebration of the 2013 theme set by its commissioners, the City of London Festival.
Its exuberant design mutates the wonder of natural trees with a structure ergonomically tailored to humans, offering a labyrinth of complex and inviting spaces that seek to nourish all the senses—celebrating both the formal structures of nature, and the social structures of cities.
It previewed in Paternoster Square before commencing a weekly journey that stopped at Devonshire Square, the Gherkin, and Finsbury Avenue Square.
 The City of London Festival is an annual event that unleashes the hidden spaces of the corporate centre of the capital city, increasingly pursuing an environmental agenda that highlights and promotes nature and biodiversity within the artificial and crystalline caverns of the City's urban architecture.