Parque Amazônia is an Eco-Tourism master plan that sits on 17,000 acres in the Amazon Rainforest, near the city of Belém, Brazil. The design of Parque Amazônia seeks to create opportunities where the man-made can co-exist with the natural, each having gained from its relationship with the other. Nearly all of the development of the park will occur on the degraded land of the former Pirelli Plantation, which has been artfully tucked into the landscape.
The heart of Parque Amazônia includes a Zoological Park & Aquarium, Jungle Trek Safari, and Bromeliad Gardens, as well as the Timborana Lodge and Anatuba Village. Anatuba Village functions as the main arrival collection point and main gathering point for the whole project, while providing shopping, dining, and cultural entertainment experience opportunities to guests.
Award of Honor, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2006 (National)
Design Award of Honor, Society of American Registered Architects, 2006 (National)
Award of Honor, Florida Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects, 2003