Alcala park, between Alcala de la Selva and Virgen de la Vega in Spain, will become part of a new river landscape. LINT’s proposal offers a flexible, contextual and effective parkdesign within the context of this economical crisis. By defining the park program on specific strategic spots within a grid of trees, not only costs are reduced but also a new flexible parkzone will grow within time.
3000 Poplar trees are planted in a grid of 6x6m. The Poplargrid is a local principle found along the river Alcala and is scaled up to a large landscape structure. New building projects can be built towards the park and create strong urban edges. Underneath the trees parkroutes connect the surrounding villages and existing walking routes into a new recreational network. Open voids within the grid locate a range of existing and new park functions with a mainly public character.
3000 trees for Alcala | Alcala Spain | LINT landscape architecture
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