Coltzin Coatl-Bridge is an experimental project, which aims, in the first instance to provide the city of Culiacan, Sinaloa with new cultural spaces, recreational and social interchange , not just the arts community, if not society in general. In turn tries to redirect the view of the inhabitants to their characteristic three rivers (Tamazula river and Humaya river, which together form the Culiacán River).
The “C-C Bridge” has a pilot architectural program oriented to culture, entertainment and the arts, moldable, so that in the future, be able to manage in uses such as housing. The proposal seeks to break the paradigm that defines the bridges as merely temporary spaces (whose only function is to communicate points) to turn it into a space for interaction.
Project Category: General Architectural design
Student Name: Abel Montaño