Cerviño 4491, Ciudad Autónoma
de Buenos Aires, Argentina

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The preliminary project aims to intervene architecturally in the “De las Flores” park, whichis located on National Route 23, Trujui, in the municipality of Moreno, with the aim ofimproving the quality of life of the inhabitants who reside in the surrounding areas to the park and in the district in general. To this end, it points to a particular reflection on the creation of spaces with an ecological, sustainable, emancipatory perspective that stimulates interaction between the citizens of the district.

The park is expected to be entirely bordered by a trail. In this way, the store owners and the rest of the neighbors will be able to take advantage of the space directly. Already inside the property there is an area destined for some small plots of land that the municipality may dispose of, as it deems appropriate, optionally placing fields for various sports, children’s games, calisthenics, a square, a small greenhouse for growing flowers or enabling the space for any social organization that needs a headquarters, as long as a dry construction is installed (with materials that do not leave a mark). The design of this fraction is thought for the interaction of the community, either in view of the sociability of boys, girls and teens, adults, or other actors of the social body, such as social organizations, fairgrounds or some other.

Another essential feature of the project is its ecological and sustainable outlook. On the one hand, you will pay special attention to the stream that is on the property. This is a plain watercourse, with a low volume that increases with the rains. The fact of valuing the particular characteristics of these watercourses, and their wild character, allows the development of grasslands, wetlands and native flora and fauna species. A simple intervention is projected in it; a widening and a minimal modification in the course with a small gate at the end of the park that will increase the flow of water without modifying its course. In addition, small benches and tables will be located at the edge of the stream for its enjoyment. However, the disruptiveness of the work in this area of the land does not lie so much in the treatment that will be given to it at a material level -or design- but in the revaluation and use of a topography historically relegated to the background in the suburbs, when not completely left aside. This revaluation of the topography in this region of the province breaks into the traditional conceptions installed in the common sense, granting an unprecedented importance to a type of geographical accident that, like many others, is never used in practice. It also collaborates with a construction in the social imaginary of a new assignment of meaning on this type of channels, which can be placed as a paradigm for the improvement of places of similar magnitude.

Collaboration: www.ona-web.com


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  • Partners in Charge Arch. Juan Micieli, Lic. Manuel Micieli
  • Year
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  • Size 18.000 m2
  • Type Governmental
  • Team Arch. Gabriel Mosquera, Arch. Martin Pego, ONA+, Arch. Santiago Gallo
  • Services Provided Preliminary Design
  • Image Credits MCL Studio