We design landscapes, installations, and products through a research process that aims to reinvent the methods of engagement between the Tropical Dry Forest, the urban fabric and people.
Touch, taste, smell, hear, collect, document and reinvent the treasures of nature with our Landscape Notebooks and support our Research on the Preservation and Expansion of the Tropical Dry Forest.
This is an iconic tree of the Tropical Dry Forest. The trunk has green and yellow vertical lines. The white flowers are strikingly beautiful and are pollinated by bats. It withstands long periods of drought. The white fluff of the fruits can be used to create soft pillows and mattresses to inspire your dreams. The flowers serve as food for wildlife, and they accompany your promenades through the forests and urban parks.
Lilies and lemons are combined in this solid perfume to keep you smelling like the lakes in the forest when you are on the go.
This is an iconic tree of the Tropical Dry Forest and the Xerophytic Tropical Forest. This arborescent cactus has woody stems and thorns. The sweet fruit helps quench your thirst. It has expectorant and anti-inflammatory properties, and relieves stomach pain, fever, and flu. The yellow flower’s unique aroma and its medicinal capabilities make this plant one of your best friends when traveling in the tropical landscape.
This is an iconic tree of the Tropical Dry Forest and the Tropical Rainforest. A golden crust characterizes the trunk. The leaves can be used to produce a laxative, analgesic and diuretic solution. This trunk is a major source of oil, and it is used as biodiesel. This beautiful wood is ideal for construction. To preserve this specimen we must extend its use in urban parks, gardens and of cities and regions.
Tuberoses and lemons remain you of a warm night in the tropical dry forest and help create an atmosphere of peace and relaxation.