Gallery: Texcoco Lake Ecological Park: Mexico City to Build the World’s...

Leading Mexican architect and landscape urbanist Iñaki Echeverria just shared his newest project with us, which when completed, will be the largest urban park in the world. Dubbed El Parque Ecologico Lago de Texcoco (Texcoco Lake Ecological Park), the wide, open development is envisioned as a green urban landscape integrating wetlands, lakes, and public space in Mexico City. The planned lake restoration is a massive undertaking as it will encompass more than 35,000 acres of space – which is 41 times larger than New York’s Central Park.

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  1. cohan August 16, 2011 at 12:23 pm

    Interesting! It looks like there are people living within the area to be redeveloped–what will happen to those residences?

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