NidoSilla is a massive temporary site-specific installation located in Monterrey Mexico by American artist Mark Reigelman. NidoSilla was fabricated and installed outside of a former school, Adolfo Prieto Escuela, within Fundidora Park, a 350 acre urban sustainable public park located in Monterrey Mexico. Until the late 80's the site was owned and operated by Monterrey Steel as a fully functioning Steel foundry. The park preserved many of the industrial buildings and objects from the foundry making it a famous Archeological Industrial Site in Mexico. Reigelman was invited to create a site specific installation as a part of the annual DECODE design festival in Monterrey. DECODE is a three-day event organized by the founder of Designaholic, Jorge Diego Etienne and Toc Toc founder Alexis Del Toro. The goal of the event is to celebrate and promote contemporary industrial design, creativity and innovation through workshops, lectures, exhibitions, screenings and installations. Reigelman was particularly drawn to the juxtaposition whithin Fundidora Park. At every turn enormous steel foundry artifacts collide with the trees, lakes and rivers of the public park. To do this, Reigelman created two identities, one for the DECODE event and one for the school where the work would be installed. The site, a former school, symbolizes growth, community and knowledge and was assigned a nest as its visual representative.