This public park in Lima was created in the middle of the the city, and incorporates recycled tires for planters and a children’s playground. A few rolling hills and grass-cushioned benches complete Lima’s urban public garden.

Created in 2010, the undulating mini-hills are covered in natural grass, recycled tires are planted with flowers and grass and mounted on stool legs, serving as fun outdoor chairs. Recycled plastic is also used as sculptural pieces throughout the park, which is planted entirely with drought tolerant plants.