Student concept for Bogota looks at extending the Parque Tercer Milenio to drive community engagement.

In a series of projects envisioning a sustainable future for the city of Bogota, Colombia, a group of graduate architecture students at the University of Pennsylvania are looking at new ways to revitalize urban spaces. In relation to a trend that PSFK.com has labeled as Derelict Revival, this proposal calls for building an extension onto the existing Parque Tercer Milenio in order to draw in engagement from the larger community.

Within the Metropolitan Area yet far from Downtown Bogota lay several major parks such as the Simon Bolivar Metropolitan Park and the National Park (1,000,000 SQ.M and 1,145,000 SQ.M respectively, the largest city parks of Bogota).

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