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Vivero Guayacán - Casa Wabi plantation, Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Architect: Ambrosi Etchegaray, 2018.

Vivero Guayacán - Casa Wabi plantation, Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Architect: Ambrosi Etchegaray, 2018.
:ESUM-0449-0010
: Exterior facade - late afternoon view. Vivero Guayacán - Casa Wabi plantation, Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Architect: Ambrosi Etchegaray, 2018.
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:N/A
:09/04/2019
:NONE
:Edmund Sumner/VIEW
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:Vivero Guayacán - Casa Wabi plantation
:Vivero Guayacán - Casa Wabi plantation, Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Architect: Ambrosi Etchegaray, 2018.
:Puerto Escondido
:Mexico
:Ambrosi Etchegaray
:https://www.ambrosietchegaray.com
:Gardens And Agriculture
:Pavilion
:2018
:VIEW Architecture
:The Guayacan Pavilion, an expression of materiality and space itself. In its transition across space and time, the pavilion grows with its deterioration and its assimilation into the natural landscape of Oaxaca, Mexico. With a minimal use of materials, it finds its maximum expression for presenting and nurturing the Guayacan plant — an endemic tree included in the semarnat list of endangered species. On the site of Casa Wabi — an arts center located in Puerto Escondido, Mexico — and with support from the environmental management unit (UMA), Ambrosi Etchegaray developed the Guayacan Pavilion as a nursery for the care and reproduction of the endangered plant species.
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:Nobody
:Full Frame
:N/A
:General view
:Day
:Exterior
:Edmund Sumner
:ESUM-0449-0010.jpg