Avanta Gardens

50,000 m2 of Green Infraestructure
What used to be a sanitary landfill that received the municipal garbage along the La Silla River, has become the first LEED-certified stadium in Mexico and Latin America. With more than 1300 m2 of rain gardens that filter the rainwater on site and 3.7 hectares of parking spaces planted with grass, the grounds of the Stadium are transformed into an impressive urban forest and public park, planted with more than a thousand native trees of large size. Extending its influence and design towards a linear park of more than 20 km along the La Silla river, the stadium project will regenerate and clean the river margins, damaged by the hurricanes, connecting the various low income habitated areas (some slums) and other public parks in the area. This now has become the largest metropolitan public park in Monterrey Metro area.
Water Efficiency

Site plannig
In 2016, we had the privilege of collaborating with Astyl to create a distinctive facade using our Perfor-Art perforation technique. This project focused on integrating natural elements into the architectural design by illustrating trees on metal.
The vision for this project was to seamlessly incorporate the beauty of trees into an urban setting. Harari Landscape provided an intricate design featuring tree patterns that would be perforated into the metal facade. This approach aimed to blend natural aesthetics with modern architecture, creating a unique and visually appealing structure.

Galvanized steel was selected for its excellent durability and resistance to corrosion. This material ensured that the facade would maintain its structural integrity and visual appeal over time. The strength of galvanized steel made it an ideal choice for the detailed work required by the Perfor-Art technique.

Innovative elements in the landscape
Using advanced Perfor-Art technology, we meticulously perforated the tree designs into the galvanized steel sheets. This process involved precise cutting techniques to accurately replicate the intricate patterns of the trees. The result was a harmonious blend of natural imagery and modern architectural elements, bringing the vision of Harari Landscape to life.
Innovative elements in the landscape
To enhance both the aesthetic appeal and the durability of the perforated steel, a high-quality paint finish was applied. This finish not only added a visually striking element to the facade but also provided an additional layer of protection against environmental factors, ensuring the longevity of the design.

Innovative elements in the landscape
The final perforated panels were carefully installed to create a seamless and cohesive facade. Each panel was aligned perfectly, contributing to the overall visual effect and structural integrity of the building. The installation process was crucial to achieving the intended artistic and architectural impact.

Planted 1,162 native trees from 3 to 10” that cause  64,155 m2 of shade over the total surface, and process 25,564 kg of Carbon Di

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