Through a partnership with the city council of Santiago and a community engagement process Linchpin transformed an abandoned municipal site into a vibrant and safe urban space.
Project Data



Eduardo Carcavilla
and Lira Vigneaux

City Council of Santiago

50.000 citizens

Prior to the construction we spearheaded a community engagement process that invited the neighbors to propose ideas and participate in the transformation of the site.
The project has led to the reintegration and participation of the community and created an iconic place for the neighbors.
We generate on an annual basis opportunities for more than 1.000 local entrepreneurs that participate in our thematic markets and host more than 200 cultural events for the community.
The park’s main attraction is a vibrant food market run by talented chefs that offer a variety of dishes, 7 days a week all year around.