About the Book
supplemented with connective strategies and circulatory corridors. With strong support from the governor’s office, the students, professors, and all others involved experienced some unique design challenges resulting in experiences which fostered both academic and cultural growth. This revitalization project of Avenida Central has evolved into an attempt to develop a “sustainable urban living” prototype that may also have relevance to other distressed neighborhoods in this rapidly
growing urban environment.
For the past thirty years the Tejido Group has developed into an interdisciplinary and collaborative applied research program in which faculty and professionals in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Planning work side by side with University graduate and undergraduate students in an apprenticeship-style professional learning environment. We are an international experience and have collaborated on projects throughout four continents: North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia.