Campo Abierto has designed a bus stop for a small community in Argentina.
The bus stop marks the first emblematic intervention to revitalise the high-plateau of Somuncurá, seen for the first time as a landscape with a rich cultural and historical fabric.
Through the connection with nature, scenery and the inhabitants, the studio seek to encourage people to reflect on the complex social and economic disputes that mark the agenda of the Mapuche-Tehuelche people until today.
There is no future in architecture without a conciliatory memory between peoples in conflict.
Architect: Campo Abierto
Project: Hidden Territory