Bicentennial Memorial of the Battle of Puebla by Enrique Nortem.
An undulating spatial fabric made of the social and architectural current conditions.
The project aims to activate and foment the use of the site by creating new open public spaces and reinforce the beautiful city views and landscape.
The memorial promotes social interaction through the use of the interstices generated by the deliberated designed of the spaces. These gaps contain the program of the memorial: an amphitheater, a mix-use gallery underneath the amphitheater, a playground, shaded open spaces and service area.
I’ve no idea where this is. But I like it :) Fun landscaping for urban areas. Thanks to Cave Co-op via twitter…
The Grindbakken, a vacant warehouse dock in Ghent, is a relic of the city’s industrial shipping past inhabiting the landscape of a future residential and recreational zone. In the meantime, the structure will house a series of temporary interventions in its roofless, segmented spaces.
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