A park divided by a staircase, a place with a privileged view over the city, an extreme climate in both senses, a “mudéjar” tradition, a pine forest, an era, a grassland, an aqueduct, a manhole… these are the ingredients we find at the place.
A “mudéjar” tradition that goes beyond the use of certain materials based on a religious philosophy (“only the face of God remains”) that generates perishable and unitary constructions. Following this reference, we will build our park using water, vegetation and steel.
Two parks united by a staircase, two different scenarios. In the Winter park we contemplate the snow-covered outline of the city framed over the reflection of a pond. In the Summer park, an auditory built with vegetation, nourished by the course of water, defines a place where crickets and cicadas will give their concerts.