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ADAPTIVE FAVELA RECYCLE INTERVENTION REVIVED FAVELA COMMUNITY benefits from cleaner environment fostering recycle profitshare ethic, easier and safer access to typtical favela rooftop infrastructure

STREET TRASH the accumulation of waste on the streets are due to several factors including too little space in the favella units, so residents opt to put their trash in the street for trash pickers to collect. cassambas (dumpsters) are unconveniently located towards the periphery of the favella and overflow with trash. municipal solid waste management recycles less than 1% annually of all materials.

CATADORES (informal trash pickers) these informal recyclers collect the 99% of all recycled materials. they typically store & sort material in their homes. the problem is this propogates poor hygiene & health hazards, non-standardized recycle practices creating poor quality material, and low profits due to low quality product, space limitations of home directly correlates to supply/demand

SILO PROTOTYPES

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FERROS VELHOS (middlemen) live/work typologies with a larger repository for informal collection & offers immediate payment to catadores. Limited storage means materials are sold when capacity is reached are are succeptible to flucations in material market value, creating disincentive to pay higher values to catadores. mechanical limitations on breakdown of material makes for inefficient packing of space

rooftop infrastructure node

outdoor theater + collection hub

this low impact and high volume collection node both helps catadores breakdown and store their materials as well as offering vertical connections to typical favella rooftop infrastructure, helping to organize and patch the organic growing nature of a favella.

this makes use of the favella’s irregular twisting road network where corner spaces are often unuseable or innefficient. beneath this prototype is a recycle treatment facility that has heavier equpment to process more difficult materials. the theater aspect can be used as a community organizing space.

COLLECTION NETWORK catadores no longer have to store recycled material in their homes. they become part of a formal/ informal network with collective bargaining leverage over the recycle industry & market

live + work the superstructure grid housing the silos is an opportunity to graft other programs such as residential and commerical

vertical farm rotating drum barrels of hydroponic agriculture can make use of the silo typlogy verticality, bringing in fresh produce and agribusiness opportunity to the local community

RECYCLE STATIONS ferros velhos become part of the sorting system receiving material for sorting and breaking down into nurdles. tracks catadores % contribution & earnings

INFRASTRUCTURE URE + RECYCLE CONDENSOR NDENSOR storage of material at a higher volume allows leverage for higher market prices participants receive profit-share provides rooftop infrastructure

vertical connector typical morphology of favellas are in canyons, hllsides, and other drastically unsafe and difficult topologies. The vertical qualities of the silo structure offer possibilities to create vertical connections in the favella landscape


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Green Sky Tubes—these protrusions act as both light-well and as air particulate remediation strategy by incorporating indigenous plants that absorb carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, as well as filter other harmful particulates from processing recycled materials. Thickened Roof—the roof widens and narrows depending on the performance required by the program that inhabits it. At its thinnest it is just an enclosure, at the thickest it contains air quality control equipment and inhabitable space.

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higher quality materials.

Recycle Bank Silo Repository—the safety deposit box storing precious processed recycled materials into tiny nurdles (small beads) that are higher in quality and stack, store, and slide more efficiently. Community Meeting Rooms & Classrooms—public/private partnerships in the recycle community requires education, community programming, and empowerment through selforganization & activisim.

Municipal Solid Waste Administrative Offices—since the SP MSW agency currently recycles less than 1% of all materials, this can act as a headquarters to promote the movement towards recycling throughout Sao Paulo. Postal Boxes—informal recycling is treated as a type of unemployment fallback for faveladores on the margins, several of whom do not have permanent addresses. These mailboxes would provide them a mailing address and more importantly, where they can pickup their paycheck.

Mesh Screen Wall—Sao Paulo’s subtropical climate sees heavy rains and hot humidity. The rain screen allows for massive natural ventilation to keep the air changing for the particulate-emissions involved in processing recycled materials. Screen Wall—Sao Paulo’s subtropical climate sees heavy rains and hot humidity. The rain screen allows for massive natural ventilation to keep the air changing for the particulate-emissions involved in processing recycled materials.

Vehicular Circulation—garbage trucks, dump trucks, and cargo hauling trucks are constantly moving product to and from the site. The center of the site hosts bike lockers and enclosed parking for catadore pushcarts.


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“RUMAH”: DISASTER RELIEF HOUSING, PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI COMPETITION: $300 HOUSE WITH COCO KRUMME, RODRIGO LINARES, & CHRISTO LOGAN 2011

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