Located in one of the busiest areas of the city, it seeks the integration of a recreational green element within the urban sprawl. Inspired by its physiognomy and location, the project integrates the main urban axes in circulation nodes that materializes in an organic, joint and tangential form, a pavilion with 5 rooms dedicated to the elements of nature and the education of our city to conservation of them.

In the same way the spaces resulting from the integration of urban axes concludes in the distinction of different gardens with themes of colors that would allow the proposal of the species according to the different seasons of the year.

Location: Guadalajara, Jalisco, México.
Site Area: 12,000m2
Built Surface: 600m2
Typology: Cultural
Date: January 2012
Architecture Team: Arnoldo Rabago