LANDSCAPE DESIGN STUDIO III
VÍCTOR TÉNEZ + MARINA CERVERA
This subject examines territorial structures from a spatial perspective to identify the elements that determine the territory’s specific nature and atmosphere.
Students work on visualisation of the water cycle and native vegetation in the public space, while they develop an understanding of the urban metabolism on a small, flexible scale. They examine alternative models of relationships between citizens and pedestrianised spaces.
As a real experience, students undertake a process in which the local population participates in their projects. They present their work to residents and incorporate people’s demands into their projects.
Students will investigate and design a main strategy on the scale of a master plan and will design a section of it in detail, in relation to five topics:
THE GREEN-BLUE STRUCTURE
THE NETWORK OF PUBLIC SPACES
THE INTEGRATION OF GREEN AREAS INTO URBAN FABRICS
TACTICAL SHARED SPACES
Ignacio Bartolomé + Julio Bernardos + Bárbara Freire
Luisa Jabbour + Marcia Migueis +Fernanda Moscoso + Zhang Guoyi
Lina Florez + Tadeo Campos + Claire Rageot + Daniel Tello
Claudía Amías + Joan Batlle + Andrea Graña + Carmen Guerrero
Marta Afonso + César Gímenez
Edher Crivelli + Joan Suñé