Architecture vs infrastructure to revitalize Nogales. Colosio Dam Park by Taller Capital

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Architects
Taller Capital.- Loreta Castro Reguera Mancera, José Pablo Ambrosi Cortés.
Design Team
Juan Ansberto Cruz Gerón
Collaborators
Coordination and execution of work.- Sedatu
Urban Improvement Programme.- Román Guillermo, Meyer Falcón, Daniel Octavio, Fajardo Ortiz.
Architectural project development.- UNAM, Faculty of Architecture.
Coordination of liaison and special projects.- Leonardo Lomeli, Vanegas Juan, Ignacio Del Cueto Ruiz, Funes Leda Duarte Lagunes, Daniel Escotto Sánchez, Loreta Castro Reguera Mancera, José Pablo Ambrosi Cortés, Juan Ansberto Cruz Geron, Andrea Ramírez Becerra, Rodrigo Trejo Uribe, Ana María Yumbe Guevara, Alfredo Manuel Abad Ventura, Iván Rangel Padrón, Christian Paul Espinosa Ramírez, Elizabeth López López, Luis Ivan Contreras Torres, Carlos Joaquín Cruz Gerón, Alejandra Morales Zamacona, Moisés Varaona Castillo.
Project Management.- Honorato Carrasco Mahr, Juan Antonio Giral y Mazon, Miguel Hernandez Valdivieso, María de los Ángeles Rodríguez, Esthela Alison Bonilla.
Proyecto y Construcciones, S.A. de cv Elizabeth Silva Miranda, Ing. José Arturo Martínez Acosta, Hugo Ignacio Sánchez Toledo, Ing. Elvira León Plata.
Client
Ministry of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development.
Builder
Tucán Infraestructura, S.A. DE C.V.
Developer
UNAM, Facultad de Arquitectura / SEDATU- Programa de Mejoramiento Urbano 2019
Area
56,700 sqm.
Budget
2,087,731.29 euros (42,014,274 Mexican pesos).
Date
January 2020.
Location
Nogales, Sonora - Mexico.
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Loreta Castro Reguera Mancera, José Pablo Ambrosí Cortés Taller Capital

Taller Capital is a Mexican architecture studio formed by Loreta Castro Reguera Mancera and José Pablo Ambrosí Cortés. Their projects deal with public spaces, private dwellings, and research, among other diverse areas and fields.

Loreta Castro is a professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the UNAM. She studied architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of the UNAM, has a master's degree in architecture from the Mendrisio Academy of Architecture, and a master's degree in urban design with honors from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She has been awarded several grants and prizes, both for her career and for her independent work, such as the Programa de Jóvenes Creadores del Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, a Fullbright scholarship, and the Marcelo Zambrano scholarship from CEMEX.

José Pablo Ambrosí Cortés graduated in Architecture from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in 2011.

Taller Capital has won several awards such as Emerging Voices 2021, Finalist in Architectural Review Emerging Architecture (AREA) and Finalist in the Pan-American Biennial of Architecture of Quito 2020 for Parque en el Represo Colosio, Lafargeholcim Awards Gold Global 2018, Enrique Yáñez Award 2017, Silver Medal III Biennial of Architecture Mexico City, Diez Despachos-Obras Award 2017 and Honorable Mention XV National and International Biennial of Mexican Architecture 2018 among others.
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