1st International Congress of Urban Parks

With the participation of more than 1,850 people, the first International Congress of Urban Parks was organized by the Asociación Nacional de Parques y Recreación de México (National Association of Parks and Recreation of Mexico), with the city of Mérida and its parks as a backdrop.

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Tapetito Tapetote

What memories do we have in the public space? Can we be part of its construction?

The Alameda Central of Mexico City is perhaps 

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Pueblo Serena

Being the first “town center” designed and built in the city of Monterrey by a multidisciplinary team headed by an Urban Landscape firm, Pueblo Serena is located south of the Metropolitan

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The public mile at the foothills of the Cerro Grande in Chihuahua

The Vistas Cerro Grande Corridor is a one mile long linear park by 120 feet in width. It occupies a central location in one of the lowest socio-economic level neighborhoods in the city

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Cuernavaca’s Railway Linear Park

In August 2016, the government of Mexico City, through the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing (SEDUVI), the Miguel Hidalgo delegation and the College of Architects of Mexico,

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Urban Landscape – The Collage City

If it has been difficult in Western culture to coin the concept of landscape, much more complicated has been the attempt to adequately conceive the idea of landscape within the

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Barragan at Mexico City: The legacy of a modern urban landscape

TOWARDS A MODERN CITY. Although cities appeared thousands of years ago, the large-scale urban phenomenon does not really take hold until the Industrial Revolution. It was in this

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The urban landscape of the Mayan cities: a vision from the archaeological heritage

The term “urban landscape”, in the current sense of the word, refers to the result of the combination between the constructions and their surroundings, their gestation and

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Urban species

When we think about wild animals and plants, we generally tend to imagine them in natural or countryside landscapes. However, there are many species that have adapted to urban

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