Inaugurated in 1954, Ibirapuera Park is the most important and most visited park in São Paulo city. It has sports, leisure and education areas, distributed in its 158 hectares. In addition to its socio-environmental relevance, Ibirapuera Park is a historical icon and landmark in Brazilian modern architecture, housing a set of listed buildings designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer.
Natureza Urbana participated in the feasibility study for public-private partnerships involving municipal parks in the city of São Paulo. In the case of Ibirapuera, the project’s objective is to strengthen the local potential and improve the experience of everyone who attends or works in the park.
The implementation of healthy eating kiosks is part of the projects for Ibirapuera Park, improving support points for visitors and creating new areas for contemplation, rest and permanence. There are also proposals for renovations and new interventions in restrooms, restaurants, cafeterias, gyms and permit holders. The architectural concept of the interventions envisioned a modular project with the use of prefabricated systems. Besides, durable and sustainable materials.
Image: photomontage of the project for Ibirapuera Park