Year / 2020
My project arises from the question: what is a landmark? And what people understand as cultural heritage, how it relates to its history, its symbols, public spaces, as well as the things that connect us all.
In an ever-changing world, we should all be committed to the places that act as our touchstones, those geographic points that give us a sense of community, and unite us together in wonder, pride, and pleasure.
The population of Querétaro has increased considerably in recent years, so a new sense of urgency for cultural conservation is emerging.
The Historic Monuments Zone of Queretaro was declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. It has numerous baroque and religious monuments from the 17th and 18th centuries, among which the urban layout in its streets also stands out.