The project is located in the El Tenayo Housing Unit area, in the Municipality of Tlanepantla de Baz. The proposal consists in the rehabilitation of a large existing ridge, which worked as an open public space.
▼Tlanepantla市公园鸟瞰，bird view of the park in Tlanepantla ©Erick Mendez
在该项目中，设计师将场地划分为一组9个20 x 20 m正方形，并按照现有的地形条件依次排列。每个正方形地块上设定一个活动类型：带有旗杆的市民广场，树阵广场，带有儿童娱乐设施的活动场，带有长椅的休闲广场，多功能三角亭，滑板公园，户外健身房和带有两个看台的多功能体育场。
▼Tlanepantla市公园轴测图，9个不同功能的方形广场，axonometric drawing of the park in Tlanepantla, nine squares with specific program ©PRODUCTORA
The intervention proposes a set of 9 squares, each measuring 20 x 20 m, which are arranged on the plot, following the existing topography. Each of the squares contains a specific program: a civic square with a flagpole, a tree-lined square, a square with children’s game infrastructure, a square with square benches, a multi-purpose triangular pavilion, a Skate Park, an outdoor gym, and two multipurpose courts with stands.
▼方块场地顺应地形依次排列，squares are arranged on the plot following the existing topography ©Erick Mendez
▼游乐设施及三角亭， game infrastructure and triangular pavilion ©Erick Mendez
The whole property is enclosed by a perimeter of sidewalk and a 2.50m wide running track. The link between each of the squares and the sidewalk is achieved by the use of stairs and ramps, in such a way that all of them meet the accessibility requirements. The intervention also includes the improvements of sidewalks, street lighting, gardening and street furniture.
▼广场与人行道之间通过楼梯或坡道连接，link between each of the squares and the sidewalk is achieved by the use of stairs and ramps ©Erick Mendez
▼公园场地平面，site plan of the park ©PRODUCTORA
▼公园平面，plan of the park ©PRODUCTORA
Architectural Design: PRODUCTORA (Carlos Bedoya, Víctor Jaime, Wonne Ickx, Abel Perles)
Collaborators: Daniela Diaz, Natalia Echeverria, Alonso Sanchez, Diego Velazquez
Location: El Tenayo Housing Unit, Municipality of Tlalnepantla de Baz, State of Mexico
Typology: Public Infrastructure
Area: 9,800 m2
Client: INFONAVIT (Instituto del Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda)
Photography: Erick Mendez