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.
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Moscow Times reports
Look at Moscow from the air and you’ll see a network of little muddy tracks, skipping over metal railings and concrete barriers, and ignoring the official, paved paths.
Urban planning student Fyodor Novikov said he never really noticed them until he came back from a year studying in the United States…….“The whole reason for the existence of those small paths is that people don’t know how to draw paths,” Novikov said.
SOURCE: Moscow Times – Urban Footpaths Find Support