The University of Notre Dame School of Architecture has been very busy with Las Catalinas work the past few weeks. I spent the day there on Monday for a first review of the work. They are working on a variety of areas around Las Catalinas, but one of their major focuses is on Punta Guachipelines. Punta Guachipelines is perhaps the most stunning and dramatic piece of land in all of Las Catalinas, and a fantastic hilltown site. Being out there is like being on a ship at sea. Here a perspective of the main hilltown area - first cut. It is very good, and will get even better. This is probably the best Las Catalinas hilltown image we have. It is quite high in definition - click to get the full image and zoom in to your heart's content.
And to our design and urbanist friends out there, please feel free to post your review and commentary here! I'm having some technical problem in posting the plan (on which this perspective is based). I'll try again tomorrow on that.
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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