CCA | Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica have designed and developed the Community Development Center (CDC) in Tabasco, Mexico.
The CDC is a transformative project in Jalpa, Tabasco, that represents a beacon of community engagement and inclusive development.
The design incorporates monumental concrete arches with half-circle perforations, creating sculptural sequences that impart an iconic character to the ensemble.
The CDC's design philosophy intertwines with the urban fabric generating a sense of place that resonates with the community.
"The architectural program of the project was envisioned to weave through the concrete arches and features a central garden that provides an oasis-like ambience," said CCA. "The CDC embodies a vision of community development and cultural growth in Jalpa."
Studio: CCA | Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica
Project: Community Development Center
Credits: Bernardo Quinzaños, Andrés Suárez, André Torres, Miguel Izaguirre, Javier Castillo, Carlos Cruz, Gabriela Horta, Florencio de Diego, Lorenza Hernández, Mara Calderón de la Barca, Norma Mendoza, Jair Rodríguez, Santiago Vélez, Begoña Manzano, Fernanda Ventura, Victor Zúñiga, TRASGO, José Fernando Orozco González, Gerardo González Gutiérrez, Eber Castellanos Ramos and Jaime Navarro Photography