1. PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPES-OCUPPIED INFRAESTRUCTURES
The industrial monument. Unlike the “traditional” European city whose characteristic image is usually associated with the qualities of the residential area in its historical centre, the heritage of the city of Hamburg extends beyond housing, the square and the street to incorporate a whole rich tradition linked to the industrial sphere. This “other” heritage extends from the landscape, as we have mentioned, to the architecture encompassing an infinite collection of objects, machinery, constructions and vehicles that the city has forged its own identity with. Continue reading CUAC . Castellano
The Sluisbuurt’s district is an interface between two worlds: the urban and the rural one. Surrounded by water, it is the perfect place to integrate the potentials of both, and to create a harmony at very different scales: city scale, urban cluster scale, cell scale.
The project is an interface where the urban meets the rural world through productive and collective places, shops directly linking the consumers to the producer, spaces of exchange and mutual assistance. Together these spaces provide the indispensable fabric to support social bonds in the district. Continue reading Juan Socas
L’extension se compose de deux parties distinctes, le rez-de-chaussée avec l’espace rencontre, et le volume réservé aux unités de soins. Le rez-de-chaussée a pour vocation de devenir l’espace rencontre de l’édifice, lieu de vie et d’activité orienté autour de son patio. Continue reading Juan Socas