ACUAREGUA Pueblito Acuarela

ACUAREGUA Pueblito Acuarela

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PUEBLITO ACUARELA is a project integrated in a creative way to the social scheme of this country (Colombia), with values and principles that will make it self-sufficient ecological, and within a model of gratified living. It emphasizes the possibility of incorporating, in an urban level, systems and technologies that has been successfully tested in rural areas in several countries.

The PUEBLITO will produce most of nourishment and services its inhabitants and overall operation requires. It will promote residence related to independent and collective types of business aiming to not only simplifies everyday life, but to produce the necessary economical support,so all the people related can achieve the best welfare state.

It’s projected as an effective contribution to sustainable development, regional planning, and environmental balance and will inevitably become an important anchor to regional tourism.

The PUEBLITO is a private initiative that pretends to contribute to the search of a model of community that attempts to supply an answer to the un-orderly territorial growth, contamination and impoverishment experienced within urban centers in Colombia and the World.

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