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Rendered Perspective View by Oscar DeLeon and Jean-Pierre Villafañe

Rendered Perspective

This project focuses on the development of a recreational park as driven by resilience and climate dynamics. The initial intervention uses excavated sports courts placed along the Tamanduateí River of Sao Paulo as water detention basins in case of overflow. The surrounding ground is treated as a performative landscape that responds to extreme rainfall with permeable surface materials that enhance the natural quality of the park.