LANDSCAPE DESIGN STUDIO III
VÍCTOR TÉNEZ + MARINA CERVERA
This course investigates territorial structures from a spatial view in order to recognize the elements that determine their specificity and atmosphere.
Last year course has been developed in collaboration with the Eixample district Associations and Barcelona City Council and has dealt with one of the most relevant and controversial lines of action currently in the city: the SuperIlles. The Superilles of Barcelona are public space areas recovered at the expense of the space reserved for vehicles circulation.
The students have worked with the visualization of the water cycle and the native vegetation in the public space while understanding the urban metabolism on a small flexible scale. Alternative models of relationship between citizens and pedestrianized spaces have been investigated.
As a real experience, the students have had to carry out a process of involvement of the local population in their projects, exposing their work to the neighbors and incorporating people demands to their projects. Thanks to a funded research project by the European Union, projects are being represented as an editable virtual reality environment, so that they can be modified and enriched by those who want to access them on line.
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