Flashback: Torreblanca Park / Carme Pinos

David Cabrera

Architects: Carme Pinos
Location: , Spain
Project Year: 2002
Photographs: Courtesy of

It is a marginal lot, leftover from the uncontrolled growth of Torrevieja. The strong contour change in both sides of the lot makes the construction very complicated.

Site Plan

The project consists in replanting with pine trees the slopes, turning them into a forest where small paths go down to the lower level. It is at this level where the paths entwine aromatic planting beds, always in circles.

Detail
David Cabrera

Sometimes these circles get volume, metal trellis work that supports vines. We wanted our garden to be a concentration of perfumes in which we are submerged as we descend.

David Cabrera

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Cite: "Flashback: Torreblanca Park / Carme Pinos" 21 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=184692>
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    Very nice design. I particularly like the pergolas.

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    nice!

  • Clau N

    I’m sorry, but some of the phrases have no sense whatsoever. Unfortunately this is the only information i could find in many sites about this lovely project.

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    Great design, this is the sort of architecture I have grown to love!!

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    Love the layout, some great ideas!!!