Sitio Eriazo collaborated with the Scarcity and Creativity Studio on the Ecuador 428 site. After clearing the site of rubbish and securing building provisional closures, the two groups worked together to build a timber amphitheater that spirals up in height from street level to an elevated platform. The space beneath the slatted structure accommodates cooking facilities, including an adobe pizza oven and BBQ grills; workshops for arts and crafts; and restrooms. The amphitheater wraps around a central performance space for free community events organized by Sitio Eriazo. The renovated space also includes a vegetable garden, where herbs and vegetables are grown for the kitchen.
Images via Scarcity and Creativity Studio