Yarinacocha Lakeside Promenade & Port Renewal, Pucallpa, Peru

In the heart of the Peruvian rainforest, a new promenade with improved piers, public infrastructure and commercial facilities will give an important boost to a small town on the border of the city of Pucallpa.

The town faces Lake Yarinacocha, a lake formed from an old meander of the Ucayali river, one of the main tributaries of the Amazon river. It is a trade centre for the villages situated alongside de lake’s shore and also an important point of departure for tourists wanting to visit these villages and other sights.

Considering the 10m variation of the water level between flooded and dry season, the promenade’s base also works as a dam.

The project includes public spaces like a main and secondary piazza, two piers for transport, trade and tourism boats and a promenade of illustrious characters. It also includes a main building with multipurpose spaces and a lookout terrace, a navy surveillance tower, a water tank and lookout tower, social ground amenities and restaurants.

This new 660m promenade and port renewal aim at promoting rainforest preservation, enhancing city boundaries by means of tourism strengthening, amenities provision and pollution control, and creating sensible architecture and urbanism to contribute to the protection of local traditions, cultural values and ultimately nature, in the face of climate change.

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