In January I published an article about urban construction enclosures (is this the correct expression?). I said that maybe the ugliest construction enclosures in the whole world where to be found in Bogotá. Now I saw enclosures in the old part of the city that show a willingness to become something better. Here's one example I found walking around
In old buildings, particularly adobe works, the roof is essential to keep the mud masonry dry. That's the reason they take care to cover the roof while working on it.
At least, the appearence is better than expected.