Carmen Carpintero Park
Carmen Carpintero park stands next to the “Salt de l’Aigua” ravine, to the west of the municipal district of Manises, in the El Carmen neighbourhood. The scarce or inadequate use of the park led Manises Council to propose refurbishment with new equipment to favour physical and visual permeability, adapted to the new programme of needs required by neighbours.
Design: Tamborí Arquitectes
Project Location: Manises, Spain
Typology: Urban park
Area: 5.800 m2
Project designer and Project manager: Tamborí arquitectes + María Gil Román
Landscape architect: María Gil Román
Civil engineer: Carlos Dueñas
Construction: O.C.S. Siete Aguas
Developer: Ayuntamiento de Manises
Photo credits: © Germán Cabo
Tamborí Arquitectes is Rebeca Pérez and Vicente Benlloch. In early 2015 they created an architecture studio focused on sustainability so they could enjoy their passion and develop projects. They conceive architecture and ecosystem as an inseparable binomial. Good architectural design, based on climate conditions and technical solutions with a low environmental impact, leads to constructions where the user benefits from a high level of thermal comfort and a healthy environment.