In 1968, the City of Medellin rezoned an area of Moravia district as the city’s garbage dump. It soon became clear that the city was growing faster than expected. When the dump was relocated, the garbage previously deposited remained.
In around 2008, a development plan for the zone was formulated mainly because for so many years, what was once the periphery was now steps away from the heart of the city.
In 2010 Moravia was experiencing a major transformation,so in the midst of Medellin’s transformation, Puente_Lab collective and STEALTH.unlimited, built a semi-temporary structure for cultural development at the edge of Medellin’s old garbage dump.
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