Saturday, February 19, 2011
Invasion Verde in Lima Peru by Genaro Alva, intervensi pada kota lama
Invasion Verde ini adalah salah satu dari lima intervensi artistik dari 137 proposal untuk Lima Great Week. Terletak di Pasaje Encarnaction. Instalasi seperti ini sangat menarik, setidaknya dapat memberikan suasana baru, sebagai penyegaran pada area lama.
Invasion Verde was one of five selected artistic interventions chosen out of 137 proposals for Lima’s Great Week. Located along the paver-lined Pasaje Encarnacion, the works gives a pop of color as well as an easily accessible public outdoor seating and play space. The undulating mini-hills are covered in natural grass, recycled tires are planted with flowers and grass and mounted on stool legs, serving as fun outdoor chairs. Recycled plastic is also used as sculptural pieces throughout the park, which is planted entirely with drought tolerant plants. Lima has grown rapidly, and as the demand for housing grew, the city did little to incorporate public park and recreational space into their planning. According to the World Health Organization, every person living in a city should have 8 sq meter of recreation space, and Lima only has 1.98 sq meter per capita, resulting in a shortfall of 4,800 hectares of recreational spaces. Invasion Verde is an attempt to insert extra park space into a packed city, in order to improve the quality of life for Lima’s citizens.
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