The main idea of the landscape design was to preserve the rural character that predominates the area, combining native species with other typical species from the Argentine Pampa.
The main areas were sought to be hierarchized with large species and colorful foliage that give each sector an elegant, striking and distinctive identity.
The roundabouts and open spaces of the project were treated with two unique native species, seeking character and unity. These species are Phytolacca Dioica (Ombú) and Schinus Molle (Aguaribay).
In places of great attraction, such as the roads near the water, an English-type landscape was projected, where the natural aspect prevails over the rational one, using swamp-type and native species for this.
The pony lines were created with American Faxinus (Ash), with its rapid growth, its foliage and the dense shade it casts, it makes a functionally suitable species.
The streets are made of crushed shell as well as all the circulation routes of the project, thus achieving a homogeneous sense and a country aspect.