This past week we have had the pleasure of hosting a visit by the Notre Dame School of Architecture here in Las Catalinas. Sixteen fifth year architecture students, along with professors Douglas Duany and Samir Younes. These students will be working on Las Catalinas projects for the entire coming term (through Christmas).
The students are going to be working on plans and buildings on Punta Penca and Punta Guachipelin - our two dramatic, sea-cliff peninsulas. I'm very excited about it! That's some of them standing at the tip of Punta Guachipelin in the picture.
The plazas and places throughout Las Catalinas have something to offer for any event and occasion, from meeting spaces to meditation platforms, from dining with the family to sports pavilions and many more.
The process for drawing a street in a pedestrian town is very different from in a town built around cars. Traveling on foot or on a bike presents an entirely different set of challenges, possibilities, and considerations than for travel in a car, and as a result the materials, size, shape, and even ...
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