Students Use Scaffolding and Recycled Materials to Build an Urban Spa in a Mexican Park

Students from the Institute of Architecture and Design Chihuahua, have used scaffolding and other recycled materials to create "Urban Spa", a temporary amenity based on the recreational use of water. Built in collaboration with Mexico design studio Memela, the structure was designed around a disused park fountain that has been broken for years located at Parque Urueta, in the city center. A series of wooden surfaces are built transforming the source’s base on a bathing deck, they are designed as resting areas, steps, sun-beds, small garden areas and a ramp to make the structure accesible for everyone.

Find out more about the project here.

via [Dezeen]