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Plaza de la luz medellin
Medellin

La Plaza de la Luz, ubicada en la renovada zona de Cisneros ha sido considerada una obra vanguardista, que va más allá de cualquier apreciación estética, es un espacio dirigido a lo público.

Su diseño hace pensar en un bosque de postes luminosos en espiral, de 24 metros de altura. Son 300 torres con 2100 reflectores y 170 lámparas de piso.
Juan Manuel Peláez, el arquitecto de La Plaza de la Luz explica su apreciación de la obra: “Se generó un nuevo concepto de espacio público, las personas están acostumbradas a un parque con zonas verdes. La plaza tiene una vocación diferente a la de un parque, una plaza se mira en términos de convocatoria, esta es una extensión para la convivencia”.

Éste es un proyecto que ha generado numerosos  comentarios por ser  atrevida, en el año de  2006 fue ganador del Gran Premio de la XV Bienal Panamericana de Arquitectura que se realizó en la ciudad de Quito.

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