Pink concrete forms seats, steps and climbing walls in these two public parks designed by Mexican architecture firm Productora.

Infonavit, a federal company in Mexico that designs worker’s housing, tasked Productora to create the two parks for residential communities in Tlalnepantla de Baz and Tultitlán, Mexico. Both public spaces are situated on narrow strips of land between apartment buildings and roadways.

“Besides being used by all the people who live around either to do exercise, concerts, gathering and so on, they also have been used for the buildings around them to extend their activities in an open area,” Productora told Dezeen.

“They offer to the communities a new space that not only works as a park but also as space that articulate and connect the neighbourhood”.