Urbanización del sector La Lastra, León, Spain (2003)

Urbanización del sector La Lastra, León, Spain (2003)

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  • Abalos & Herreros (archive creator)
  • Abalos & Herreros (architectural firm)
  • Iñaki Abalos (architect)
  • Juan Herreros (architect)


Urbanización del sector La Lastra, León, Spain (2003)

Dates of creation

circa 2003-2004

Level of archival description


Extent and Medium

  • 81 printouts
  • 8 drawings
  • 1 photograph
  • 0,01 l.m. of textual records

Scope and Content

The project series documents the commission and built project for an urban development and a public park on the banks of the rivers Torio and Bernesca in the area of La Lastra, León, Spain. The firm identified the project as number 173.

“The park of La Lastra is composed by the superpositioning [sic] of four different states of natural space: a fluvial park, an urban park, an agricultural park and a park with common installations. Being next to the urbanization of La Lastra, both public spaces, both adopt a minimum strategy of landscape bubbles and urbanized bubbles respectively in the way that the whole complex becomes a continuum and achieves a scale able to diffuse the traditional limits of either urban fabric or park, confirming a singular complex which responds to the way in which new generations can understand the relation between nature and artificial.” (ARCH270975)

Two other projects are related to this one: Alcorque para León (AP164.S1.2004.D5) and Puentes de León (AP164.S1.2004.D6).

Documenting the project are presentation documents, notes, a dummy and a proposal.

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Materials in this project series were kept in their original order.


León Spain

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    • Reference Number: ARCH277432
    • Title: Presentation booklets and dummies, Urbanización del sector La Lastra, León, Spain
    • Dates of creation: ca. 2003-2004
    • Form: drawings, textual records, photographs
    • Catalogued items within this file 0


    • Abalos & Herreros (architectural firm)
    • Abalos & Herreros (archive creator)


    File's title: 173 León.

    Contains as well a notebook and another proposal by the architects Laurentino Alonso Alvarez and Marcelino Alonso Blanco.

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 file

    Extent and Medium:

    • 81 printouts, 8 drawings

    Physical Description:

    - Some plans are folded.


    León Spain

    Credit line:

    Abalos & Herreros fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
    Don de Iñaki Ábalos et Juan Herreros/
    Gift of Iñaki Ábalos and Juan Herreros


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