Academic Project • Puebla, MEX • Fall 2013 • Enrique Norten, Prof.
This proposal initiates a dialogue between urban and landscape conditions, and how the former notion of a boundary between the two fabrics can be exploited and expanded. The vibrancy of urban life in historic Puebla is embedded within this new confluence of park and streetscape. Park landscape flows over embedded program creating a new realm of raised public access within existing trees and as a part of the city's roofscape.
Done In Collaboration with: Joshua Jordan, Peter John Martinez