sábado, 14 de novembro de 2009

Tanguá Park

The Tanguá Park was opened in November 1996. It represents another milestone for the preservation of the River Barigüi, along with the parks Tingui and Barigüi.

It has a total area of 450 thousand m2. The highlights are the two quarries linked by 45 meters long tunnel , which can be crossed on foot by a footbridge over the water. The park also has a jogging track, bicycle, gazebo, snack bar and the Poty Lazzarotto Garden.

3 comentários:

  1. The building in the top photo is fantastic!

  2. Washington, I love the photo in your masthead. The perspective is amazing.

    The building in this post looks very 80s to me, like it was influenced by Michael Graves. Same color palette and everything. Did he design it? The grounds are huge!!!

  3. Kitty, the Tanguá Park was designed by Rodolfo Doubek, an arquitect of Curitiba. I have seen some projects of Michael Graves in the internet and the influence is obvious.