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Originally built on 1915 and inspired on sea pools from Lisboa, the Carpa Olivera was a social club where many famous people of the era met, and was a must see place for every Mazatlan visitor. In 1954 was swept away by a hurricane and abandoned after. With time people made use of the pool and in 2004 a remodel took place but afterwards it was neglected. With the new municipal administration Colectivo Urbano was invited to make a proposal for this public space. They proposed to recycle, clean, and bring back the tide fed pool to its splendor. They also proposed a playful element that will give social activation and will bring families and children to the area: a water slide with a singular design that will serve also as a sculpture creating an urban landmark.