Water Walls

“Water Walls” are walls that appear to be a waterfall, where, through a hydraulic system, water flows from the top to the ground. 

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Water Games for Playgrounds

Water games are designed for children to interact and experiment safely with the different ways in which water can emerge.

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ARQ. PSJ. MARIO PENICHE

Water, the Basis of Landscape

Water has been closely related to the settlement and development of communities.

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Aquatic fauna

The Yucatecan guayacon and the dragonfly are two species that are usually found in the continental waters of Yucatan Peninsula.

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Hydroponics: The Art of Growing Plants Without Soil

The term hydroponics was introduced officially in 1937 by William Frederick Gericke of California University, in a publication on the renowned magazine Science,

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Between gray and blue: Cities overlooking the sea

“The cities on the seashore  tell the stories of that sea… the rivers narrate old events and the lakes treasure them.

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Hacienda Tamchen: The Importance of Water in Design

Project located in Samahil, Yucatan. Developed by five architects: Mario Peniche, Alejandro Vales, Augusto Quijano, Javier Muñoz and Jorge Carlos Zoreda.

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Rio Medellin Botanical Park

First place winner in the II latinamerican bienal of landscape architecture. Currently in building process.

This is a project of public space and landscape recovery that includes the

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Yue-Yuan Courtyard

Yue-Yuan Courtyard (Suzhou, China) showcases a landscape expression of modern architectural motifs and powerful cultural history with respect to Suzhou classic garden.

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