An exceptional project from the city of Lima. The projects attempts to create free green space in an area whose local government has purposely bowed to developers by ignoring the requirement for urban greening in favour of building density.
To quote the article which has been translated from Spanish, “The rapid growth of the city of Lima has meant that it begins to densify considerably to meet existing demands. Consequently there is a real estate boom which seeks to provide as much as possible m2 aside public recreation spaces. Furthermore, the lack of urban policy by municipalities has led to the recreational spaces for the city such as parks, plazas, boulevards, etc., are considered unimportant in the concept of quality of life or become private clubs with a minimum payment you can access your benefits.”
The proposal aims to turn the passage Incarnation, used as a pedestrian street parking despite being banned in a large green carpet made of natural grass which will feature furniture made from recycled rubber and plastic (seats , tables, playgrounds, sculptures, etc..) so the green invasion not only has a literal meaning but an ecological sense.