The research focuses on understanding new ways of intertwining the extended urban fabric of Barquisimeto, the third biggest industrial city in Venezuela, with the fragile ecosystem of the still remaining urban national parks trapped in the urban sprawl. The project introduce small landscape operations to activate the ground, creating productive and edible territories, intersected with sports and cultural public spaces.
Selfsufficient and interactive devices allow the citizen to experience and cohabitate nature, understanding its pulse, timecycles and regenerative transformations.
Wind, sun, rain, movements and temperature are progressively transformed into luminic, auditive and vibrational multisensorial experiences.
This device allow nature to perform evolving within the participation of human and other species.