The Anselm Clavé Street, due to the poor state in which it is, required a substantial change both aesthetic and functional.

It is proposed, therefore, to remove existing mulberry trees and replace them with raised planters made of corten steel. These jadrineras allow us to increase the green space, separate the pedestrian from the vehicle and limit the space of intermediate walk, since it had been oversized. This intermediate path runs sinuously along the entire length of the walk, opening in those points that require it.