The new urban development for Mosquera situates itself at the intersection of two different transportation corridors and at the edge of a potentially sprawling city. It is focused on providing an iconic identity for this small town in the Sabanna to draw visitors from Bogota, Colombia. Anchored on the transportation node, landscape is used to create a connective tissue to bridge the different lines of infrastructure. The two arms of development blend out to reach the larger regional landscape moves of agriculture and preserved park land, but also the more local historic plaza and new high density mixed use development. Topography is used to separate the different modes of circulation and create a variety of spaces.