Nuevo parque central de la emergencia nacional, para las ciudades de Tegucigalpa y Comayaguela
Master of Architecture
In the aftermath of 1998's Hurricane Mitch, the republic of Honduras faces imposing obstacles in its reconstruction. The capital city of Tegucigalpa visibly bears the stress marks caused by collapse and flooding. The axial Choluteca River grown beyond the means to contain it, swept several city blocks, even whole neighborhoods, into its waters, forever changing the urban landscape. In response to this exacerbated ecological condition, a new hybrid urban intervention aims to suture the physical and psychological damage suffered by the twin cities of Tegucigalpa and Comayaguela through a new urban park/waste water treatment facility.
Landscape architecture; Architecture; Urban planning; Regional planning