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DOMAIN

CITY HALL PARK SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO


February 2014, DOMAIN was asked to submit a Vision Document for the Development of the Campo Area in the São Paulo Municipality, São Bernardo do Campo..


The interests of the global capital and the local population are seen as mutually exclusive, however with its global attention and massive investment for the two upcoming mega events coupled with a roaring economy, São Paolo is at a strategic moment to seize the situation and envision a millennium upgrade of its urban infrastructure.


2009


The Economist issue on Brazil (November 2009). A 14-page special report on Latin America’s big success story.


2010


The president of Russia Dmitry Medvedev, President Lula, President of China Hu Jintao and Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh pose for the official photo during the 2nd BRIC Summit in 2010 in Brasilia.


2014


Sepp Blatter, president of FIFA, officially announcing Brazil as the host nation of FIFA World Cup 2014.


2016


International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge announces Rio de Janeiro as the winning city bid for the 2016 Olympic Games during the 121st IOC session in Copenhagen October 2, 2009.


Despite Brazil’s Rise as Global Economic & Political power, it is struggling with issues more common of non-developed countries: mobility; lack of public amenities, and liveability...in order for Brazil to achieve is stated ambition and potential, it must address the primary needs of its people...


LIVEABILITY


MOBILITY


ACCESSIBILITY


The ambition of City Hall Park is to provide a strategy for local development, which will simultaneously address both public and private interests, not as opposites but as mutually beneficial. Via a regional & metropolitan framework to decentralize the São Paulo, vise via multiple centralities, São Bernardo Do Campo, will transform itself into the recreation and leisure heart of the São Paulo metropolitan region.


CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

05

APPROACH

27

STRATEGY

55

TECHNICAL

139

APPENDIX

XXI

CREDITS

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APPROACH


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SÃO PAULO

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SÃO PAULO TAKES OVER

BRAZIL

SÃO PAULO STATE

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SÃO PAULO METROPOLITAN REGION

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56% of SPMR population 44% of SPMR GDP MUNICIPALITY OF SÃO PAULO

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SÃO PAULO METROPOLITAN REGION

SÃO PAULO

GUARULHOS

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

OSASCO

SANTO ANDRÉ

56.09%

6.50%

4.08%

3.62%

3.42%

Population 2010

11.038.000

1.279.000

803.000

713.000

672.000

GDP per capita

39.450

30.383

46.495

54.599

25.609

(+/-) %

+0.30

0.00

+0.54

+0.81

-0.15

35.56%

2.98%

2.85%

2.92%

1.38%

443.600.102

37.139.404

35.578.586

36.389.080

17.258.468

%

% GDP

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MAUÁ

DIADEMA

CARAPICUÍBA

MOGI DAS CRUZES

ITAQUAQUECETUBA

2.10%

2.00%

1.98%

1.89%

1.78%

413.000

394.000

389.000

371.000

351.000

17.619 -0.42%

29.153

9.270

22.751

10.118

-0.04%

-0.69%

-0.25%

-0.67%

0.90%

0.27%

0.71%

0.26%

11.254.523

3.429.411

8.810.329

3.256.578

0.59% 7.352.093

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(MASP) is a politically recognized planning and administrative unit. It is the largest of 25 official Metropolitan Regions in Brazil. The MASP comprises 39 municipalities, with a total area of 8,051 km². The build-up area covers 2,139 km², stretching approximately 70-80 km in the East-West Axis and 50 km in the North-South axis.

Roberto ROCCO

Towards a polycentric metropolis Global strategies and unequal development in São Paulo

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1. Introduction This paper aims at describing current trends in urban transformation in São Paulo, the largest metropolis in South America. It presents evidence on the role of the public sector in promoting infrastructural adjustments in order to reinforce the role of the agglomeration as articulator of national and global flows of production, information, knowledge, finance and services. It introduces evidence that such strategies reinforce polycentricity, but also socio-spatial fragmentation, through selective investment in infrastructure in specific areas of the metropolis. Our hypothesis is that, from a purely neo-classic economic point of view, global cities do not need to have homogenous development and equal access to urban networks and public services in order to promote economic growth. Economic growth is understood here as firms’ increasing returns, therefore economic growth and social development are not necessarily synonyms. Economies of agglomeration can thrive in highly fragmented spaces. Moreover, differences in the provision and accessibility to services do not necessarily interfere in the role of cities as articulators of production vol. 17, No. 1–2/06 and consumption. An »archipelago« of highly developed centralities highly connected between themselves and between other »global places« may trigger economic growth, but might not bring comprehensive development. Moreover, differences in the provision of services and infrastructure may work as propellers of real estate appreciation, as comparative advantages are excessively concentrated in specific sites, creating areas highly prized by certain economic agents and maximizing returns in real estate development, reinforcing existing polycentric structures.

metropolis, but the average is 2,631 inhabitants/ km2. The core municipality (São Paulo) has a density of approximately 7,171 inhabitants/ km2. The MASP is indisputably the financial and economic core of Brazil. The region’s GDP is approximately 45% that of the federal state and 15% of that of the country (IBGE, 2005). The The forgotten forgotten of cities cities The region is homemodernism tomodernism one of the of most diversified industrial complexes in Latin America. The high level of articulation between various industrial sectors and the highly advanced services sector is evident, especially in the automobile inresidential residential structure structure at at aindustrial more a more local local level, level, resulting in in a a dustry. The most important sectors areresulting chemicals, complex complex pattern pattern of overlapping of overlapping residential, residential, service service and and inautomobiles, food and drink industry, heavy machinery, industrial dustrial zones. zones. and plastics. publishing, electrics The service sector employs 51% of the working force, that What makes makes São Paulo Paulo a distinctive a distinctive case case is the is the logic logic ocof ocis,What more than 2São million workers. The main branches in of the cupation cupation of land, of land, dominated dominated by by three three processes: processes: 1. punctual 1. punctual service sector are telecommunications, technical producer planned planned intervention, intervention, 2. unplanned 2.services unplanned occupation occupation and 3. land 3. land services, informatics, postal and general and producer speculation. speculation. Public Public investment investment in roads in roads and and freeways, freeways, lar-larservices. São Paulo is also an international hub for advertigely gely based based on on thethe model model adopted adopted by by Robert Robert Moses Moses in New in New sing and marketing. Commercial activities employ more York York and and »transplanted« »transplanted« to to São São Paulo Paulo (Caro, (Caro, 1975), 1975), hashas than 1 million workers and generate 8.8% of aggregate vabeen been much much concentrated concentrated in the in the South-western South-western sector sector of the of the lue in the state. Large shopping centres are a common feacity. city. This This is a is result a result of the of the concentration concentration of public of public and and privature in many municipalities of the MASP. The city of Sãoprivate investments tealone investments in that area, area, following following a historic a historic trend trend for for thethe Paulo has in 41that large shopping malls that employ more dislocation dislocation of thethe wealthy wealthy sectors sectors of of society society towards towards thethe than 100.000 of persons (ABRASCE, 2006). west, west, whereas whereas industrial industrial activities activities occupied occupied the the eastern eastern The MASP has one of the most comprehensive transportasector sector of the ofinthe city, along along thethe train train lines. lines. This This trend created created tion systems allcity, Latin America. The region istrend connected an an »island »island of richness« of richness« in the in the south-western south-western part part of the of the city,city, to the seaside and to the vast South-American hinterland amidst amidst a »sea a »sea of poverty«, of poverty«, mostly mostly concentrated concentrated in the in the ea-eaby numerous highways and train lines (for commodities onstern and and southern southern sectors sectors (Meyer (Meyer et al., et al., 2004). 2004). ly)stern and is served by three large airports.

São Paulo is also an international hub for advertising and marketing.

In the In the beginning beginning of the of the 21st 21st century, century, continuous continuous urban urban de-development velopment occupies occupies thethe best best part part of of thethe municipality municipality and 193 and overspills overspills to the to the contiguous contiguous municipalities, municipalities, forming forming a dense a dense andand extensive extensive urban urban mass. mass. Radial Radial or or multiple-nuclei multiple-nuclei devedevelopment lopment models models areare no no longer longer enough enough to explain to explain thethe comcomplex plex urban urban structure structure resulting resulting from from thatthat process. process. In the In the case case of São of São Paulo, Paulo, thethe sheer sheer size size of the of the metropolis metropolis made made thethe development development of multiple of multiple service service andand employment employment centres centres clearly clearly indispensable. indispensable. This This resulted resulted firstfirst in the in the de-decentralisation centralisation outout of the of the Central Central Business Business District District andand later later in the in the development development of multiple of multiple centres centres of service, of service, consumpconsumptiontion andand work, work, while while thethe oldold urban urban core core was was drained drained from from much much of its of its former former economic economic vitality. vitality. This This process process was was coucoupled pled with with thethe absorption absorption of smaller of smaller municipalities municipalities andand thethe incorporation incorporation of their of their centres centres as as services services andand commercial commercial subsub centres centres in São in São Paulo. Paulo.

Paulo Paulo stillstill passes passes through through São São P riesries andand thethe port port of Santos, of Santos, butb gerger thethe most most dynamic dynamic sector sector of to Although Although networks networks areare geograph geogra cially cially produced produced andand historically historica notnot static, static, they they areare constantly constantly chac figurations figurations based based on on these these netw n ging. ging. At At thethe intra-urban intra-urban level, level, thet ration ration made made thethe existence existence of eve of e andand spatial spatial networks networks necessary. necessa rolerole of of São São Paulo Paulo at at thethe head heao system system hashas remained remained unaltered unalter thethe beginning beginning of the of the XXXX century, centu a first a first wave wave of industrialisation, of industrialisatiot of capitals of capitals issued issued from from coffee coffee pla At At thethe inter-urban inter-urban level, level, wewe canc tiontion of a ofhierarchical a hierarchical urban urban syst sy vast vast Brazilian Brazilian territory. territory. At At thethe intra-urban intra-urban level, level, extended exten nised, nised, promoting promoting thethe appearance appeara thethe emergence emergence of »main of »main nodes« node render render thethe networks networks reasonably reasonab over over an an extended extended territory. territory. One O cess cess is the is the existence existence of various of varioub of the of the municipality. municipality. Apart Apart from from th minals, minals, thethe citycity hashas 24 24 large large loca l connected connected to to train train stations stations anda These These busbus terminals terminals attempt attempt to tensive tensive network network of 990 of 990 local local busb lionlion passengers passengers perper year year (SPTra (SPT

The MASP is indisputably the financial and economic core The distinction between growth and development is impor- of Brazil. The region’s GDP isAnother Another sign sign of of thethe necessary necessa tant in order to analyse public policies that allegedly promoandand polycentric polycentric spatial spatial organiza organ te both, while in reality stressing only the former. forms of governance of governance andand politic pol approximately 45% that of theforms urbanised urbanised territory. territory. federal state and 15% of that In the In the core core municipality, municipality, »sub-m »sub 2. The economic core of Brazil »regional administrations« administrations« in the in The development development of São of São Paulo Paulo as as a polycentric a polycentric metropolis metropolis »regional ofThe the country (IBGE, 2005). in face in face of the of the necessity necessity to d t corresponds corresponds to the to the »centrifugal »centrifugal mode« mode« described described by by ChamCham- nedned São Paulo is a metropolis of superlatives. It is the largest Networks ar king. Sub-municipalities Sub-municipalities were were in pion pion (2001) (2001) andand used used by by Lambregts Lambregts (2006). (2006). It later It later includes includes king. urban agglomeration in South America, with roughly 18 mildent administrative administrative units; units; they they en features features from from thethe »incorporation »incorporation model«, model«, with with thethe absorpabsorp- dent lion inhabitants (IBGE, Brazilian Institute of Geography and pendence pendence in deciding in deciding where where to p t tiontion of middle of middle andand small small sized sized cities cities intointo thethe urban urban mass. mass. are constan Statistics, 2005). According to Habitat-UN, it is one of the frastructure frastructure andand services. services. They Thea largest urban agglomerations in the world, after Tokyo, Melating »local »local master master plans«, plans«, whic w In fact, In fact, thethe Greater Greater São São Paulo Paulo Metropolitan Metropolitan Area Area is characis charac- lating new spatial xico City and New York (UN, 2006) development development strategies, strategies, com c terised terised by by thethe exacerbated exacerbated growth growth of one of one single single municipamunicipa- calcal plan plan of the of the core core municipality municipa litylity (São (São Paulo) Paulo) between between thethe second second halfhalf of the of the XIXXIX century century sterster The »Grande São Paulo« (Greater São Paulo Area) is a based th by by thethe mayor mayor ofon of São São Paulo Pau andand thethe lastlast decades decades of the of the XXXX century, century, followed followed by by thethe de-de- tedted large metropolitan region located in the Brazilian federal going debate debate about about whether whether the centralisation centralisation of industrial of industrial activity activity in the in the second second halfhalf of the of the going state of São Paulo. The Metropolitan Area of São Paulo constantly e sub-municipality master master plans plans we XXXX century century andand a dramatic a dramatic decrease decrease of population of population growth growth sub-municipality The MASP, far from being a (MASP) is a politically recognized planning and administrain the in the core core municipality. municipality. The The latter latter managed managed meanwhile meanwhile to to tive unit. It is the largest of 25 official Metropolitan Regions However, sub-municipalities sub-municipalities arearv keep keep control control over over productive productive processes processes throughout throughout thethe BraBra- However, agglomeration, inhomogeneous Brazil. The MASP comprises 39 municipalities, with a tovisions, visions, comprising comprising from from 250,00 250 zilian zilian territory. territory. tal area of 8,051 km². The build-up area covers 2,139 km², which makes makes it necessary it necessary to su to This This process process is related is related to the to the role role of the of the citycity as as thethe place place which is a approximately collection very different stretching 70-80 kmof in the East-West Axis 96 96 districts, districts, sometimes sometimes w where where various various kinds kinds of of networks networks have have been been articulated articulated intointo and 50 km in the North-South axis. 200.000 inhabitants. inhabitants. Urban Urban plann pl through through 450450 years years of history. of history. NotNot merely merely transportation transportation andand 200.000 municipalities, concerning their tootoo large large andand a legal a legal definiti defi communication communication networks networks areare important important here here (the (the city’s city’s firstfirst stillstill The population density is not homogenous throughout the ve ve units units has has been been sought. sought. function), function), butbut also also business business andand service service networks. networks. ParticuParticumetropolis, but the average is 2,631 inhabitants/ km2. The lar lar geographical, geographical, social social andand political political factors factors allowed allowed agents agents extension, population, level of core municipality (São Paulo) has a density of approximaoperating operating in São in São Paulo Paulo to keep to keep a quasi a quasi monopoly monopoly of certain of certain tely 7,171 inhabitants/ km . networks at different at different times times in history in history (e.g. (e.g. coffee coffee exports exports or or development and economic networks The Consolidation Consolidatio automobile automobile production). production). Through Through time, time, agents agents controlling controlling 4. 4.The The MASP is indisputably the financial and economic core certain certain networks networks slowly slowly abandoned abandoned their their monopoly monopoly in order in order ofof aa New New Corporate Corpora ofactivities. Brazil. The region’s GDP is approximately 45% that of to assume to assume new new roles roles or or added added more more dynamic dynamic activities activities to to 2

the federal state and 15% of that of the country (IBGE, 2005). The region is home to one of the most diversified industrial complexes in Latin America. The high level of articulation between various industrial sectors and the highly advanced services sector is evident, especially in the automobile industry. The most important industrial sectors are chemicals, automobiles, food and drink industry, heavy machinery, publishing, electrics and plastics. The service sector employs 51% of the working force, that

thethe existing existing ones, ones, changing changing thethe configuration configuration of networks of networks operating operating in the in the citycity (e.g. (e.g. coffee coffee exports exports areare stillstill largely largely mamanaged naged from from thethe São São Paulo Paulo Commodities Commodities Stock Stock Exchange Exchange andand a large a large part part of the of the coffee coffee production production of the of the State State of São of São

The The existence existence of of a polycentric a polycentr complex complex scenario scenario for for thethe develop deve According According to the to the Bolsa Bolsa de de Imóve Imó lo Real lo Real Estate Estate Stock Stock Exchange Exchan

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o Paulo before reaching factobut coffee exports are no lonof the economy). aphically defined, they are soally determined. Networks are changing and new spatial connetworks are constantly emerthe sheer size of the agglomeever more extended functional ary. At the inter-urban level, the ad of the Brazilian productive ed since it was established at ury, when the city experienced on, thanks to the accumulation plantations in its hinterland. can also observe the constituystem with main nodes in the

nded networks had to be orgaance of a nodal hierarchy, with es«. This happened in order to bly manageable and functional One good example of this prous bus terminals in many parts m three large intercity bus terlocal bus terminals, very often and the underground system. to articulate an incredibly exbus lines that transport 2.5 bilTrans, 2006).

ary development of hierarchic nization is to be found in new litical organisation of the vast

b-municipalities« replaced city the early 2000’s. This happeto de-centralise decision mae introduced as semi-indepeny enjoy a high degree of indeto place investment in local iney are also in charge of formuwhich are meant at guiding loomplementing the overall maality. »Sub-mayors« are indicaulo (although there is an onthey should be elected). The s were approved in 2004.

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velop their »comparative advantages« and create conditions for agglomeration and the constitution of »clusters« of innovation and productivity. The »comparative advantage« concept was first pointed out and largely publicised by Porter (Porter, 2000) at the Harvard Business School, among others. It was first understood as a corporate management tool, but was quickly incorporated by city planners and urban managers as an important tool for the adjustment of cities to an emerging economic scenario of simultaneously dispersed production and concentrated command. One of the most powerful notions in regional economics and economic geography is the notion of »agglomeration economies« (Moulaert and Gallouj, 1993: 91). Agglomeration economies are basically economies that are dependent on the spatial proximity of economic activity (Parr, 2002:153). Pol~se (2005:1432), defines agglomeration economies as »the productivity gains derived from the geographical clustering of firms and people«.

Faria Lima Avenue (area 4). This kind of large infrastructural intervention is made in order to provide places where business can agglomerate, but the preponderant factor seems to be concentrated and controlled real estate appreciation. This exaggerated concentration of resources increases returns for landowners, investors, developers and clients, while other sectors of the metropolis are not optimally occupied or developed, emphasizing spatial and social fragmentation.

faster accomplishment of agreements between sellers and buyers, according to the theory that face-to-face interactions (Storper and Venables, 2003). In his definition of »innovation clusters«, Porter also includes universities, quality control agencies, »think tanks«, professional training associations and commercial associations. Those institutions ought to produce specialised training, education, information, research and technical support, allowing for greater speed and efficiency in synergies between economic agents.

compete for relatively few spots, inflating the price of real estate in a very uneven form.

the global level must be able to compete between themselves. From this point of view, São Paulo can be understood as the place where networks operating in a large area of the South American continent are articulated and managed, in competition with large metropolises that offer similar comparative advantages AND which operate over a similar geographical base: Buenos Aires and Santiago of Chile. The greatest advantage of São Paulo, which cannot be overcome by the other two South American global cities, is the articulation of networks and links in the huge Brazilian market, over which São Paulo reigns.

Roberto Rocco, architect, TU Delft, Bouwkunde, Department of Urbanism, Chair of Urban Renewal and Strategy E-mail: rocco@bk.tudelft.nl

6. Conclusion

Heavy public investment has been allocated to certain arThe greatest advantage of São eas of the metropolis, leaving other parts of the metropolis without poor or any investment. This created marked imbaPaulo, which cannot be overcome lance in the provision of services and urban technical networks, which did not affect the role of São Paulo as the head of the Brazilian productive system and the main South byIn short, theit isother American believed thattwo clusters South of competitiveness and American »global city«. From the standpoint of productivity innovation can generate the necessary impulse for the inand competitiveness, the metropolis does not »need« to be global cities, is the articulation crease of economical dynamics, thus producing a benefisocially or spatially homogeneous, as »agglomeration ecocial impact for the society »as a whole«. nomies« can take place in an archipelago-like configuration. ofFornetworks and links in the huge The metropolis becomes in effect increasingly heterogeneLevy (1999), in order for this to happen, there must be ous and discontinuous, both spatially and socially. Heterosynergies between a large number of activities, which Brazilian market, over which São geneity in the form of deep unevenness in the distribution should be physically close to each other, allowing the perof urban services, infrastructure and accessibility is a tool manent exchange of knowledge and information and allofor land and real estate appreciation, because comparative Paulo reigns. wing for the emergence of innovation. Proximity also allows advantages are made scarce and economic agents have to

This is consistent with Robert Kurtz’s theories on the »archipelago« of developed areas within a territory, not necessarily interconnected, and not necessarily spreading wealth through the whole.

processes described are questionable in thethe light of SãoThePaulo as the head of the analyses of social patterns in the metropolitan territory. re not static, theyThis combination of factors, according to Levy (1999), Brazilian exEconomic andproductive social sustainability become central themes system plains the »renaissance« of many global metropolises. Glofor further and equitable growth. Third World Metropolises cities presumably accommodate networks that help gently changing andbal change to remain competitive in the global arena, but andmust the main South American nerate creativity and innovation. Such networks would allow they have to do so combining the »adaptation« of their sparecombination and change, following the essential structures and the solution of their own internal probconfigurations permanent tial need for flexibility in today’s economical order. “global city”contradictions. As the case of São Paulems and inherited lo suggests, these contradictions are paradoxically intensihese networks areSuch line of thought has been appropriated by urban plan- fied by the effort of adaptation to the new global scenario. ners and local governments, in the form of strategic plans, emerging. nourishing the idea that cities whose networks operate at

re very large administrative di0,000 to 500,000 inhabitants, o subdivide them even further s with more than 100.000 to lanners claim that districts are inition for smaller administrati-

on ate Axis

ric structure has produced a elopment of business clusters. óveis de São Paulo (São Paunge), São Paulo currently has

Urban transformation following the appearance of flexible capitalism and globalisation is irrevocably attached, in the Brazilian case, to the penetration of transnational corporations and the response given by local administrations to their structural requirements. This response has often translated itself in the form of Large Urban Projects, such as

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Figures Figure 1: São Paulo in relation to other South American metropolises. Map by R. Rocco. Data sources: NASA 2002, UN Habitat 2006, IBGE 2006. Figure 2: The Metropolitan Area of São Paulo and its political components (2004). The municipality of São Paulo (highlighted) is the largest one and where urbanisation is more intense. Large urbanised areas are also to be found in the northeast of the main municipality (Guarulhos) and the southeast (the ABC cities, where the automobile and chemical industry have agglomerated. Map: Roberto Rocco. Satellite photo source: NASA (2004)

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NETWORKS ARE NOT STATIC, THEY ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING AND NEW SPATIAL CONFIGURATIONS BASED ON THESE NETWORKS ARE CONSTANTLY EMERGING.

SANTO ANDRÉ MAUÁ

HOSPITAL

SÃO BERNARDO

MARKET HOTEL SCHOOL LIBRARY THEATRE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM

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CITY CLUSTERS

FRANCISCO MORATO SANTA ISABEL FRANCO DA ROCHA

MAIRIPORÃ

CAJAMAR CAIEIRAS

PIRAPORA DO BOM JESUS

ARUJÁ GUARULHOS

SANTANA DE PARNAÍBA

GUARAREMA

ITAQUAQUECETUBA

BARUERI OSASCO ITAPEVI

POÁ

JANDIRA CARAPICUÍBA

VARGEM GRANDE PAULISTA

TABOÃO DA SERRA

FERRAZ DE VASCONCELOS

SÃO PAULO

SUZANO BIRITIBA-MIRIM

SÃO CAETANO DO SUL

EMBU

MAUÁ DIADEMA

COTIA

SALESÓPOLIS

MOGI DAS CRUZES

RIBEIRÃO PIRES RIO GRANDE DA SERRA

ITAPECERICA DA SERRA SANTO ANDRÉ SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

SÃO LOURENÇO DA SERRA

EMBU-GUAÇU

JUQUITIBA

SITE OF INTERVENTION

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OSASCO

Osasco

Population:

666,740

Density: GDP:

10,264 ppl/km 58,822 R$ per capita 39,283,027 thousand R$ total 0.002% 7.8% 70.7%

Agriculture: Industries: Services: Public investments:

Main service:

158,089,068 R$ 18,700 companies active Banks

GUARULHOS

Guarulhos

Population:

1,299,249

Density: GDP:

3,834 ppl/km 35,248 R$/capita 43,476,753 thousand R$ total 0.01% 24.6% 56.3%

Agriculture: Industries: Services: Public investments:

Main service:

339,117,825 R$ 31,826 companies active Airport

SÃO PAULO

Sao Paulo

Population:

11,253,503

Density: GDP:

7,398 ppl/km 42,152R$ per capita 477,005,597 thousand R$ total 0.004% 16.1% 64.9%

Agriculture: Industries: Services: Public investments:

Main service:

1,984,858,284 R$ 554,344 companies active Metropolitan center

SANTO ANDRÉ Population:

676,407

Density: GDP:

3,848 ppl/km 26,035 R$/capita 17,644,718 thousand R$ total 0.007% 26.3% 59.9%

Agriculture: Industries: Services: Public investments:

ABC Region

Main service:

Population:

406,718

Density: GDP:

12,536 ppl/km 30,332 R$/capita 11,786,624 thousand R$ total 0.001% 38.6% 45.5%

Agriculture: Industries: Services:

108,657,946 R$ 26,000 companies active

Public investments:

Church administration

Main service:

MAUÁ

35,107,598 R$ 9,945 companies active Industries

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

Population:

444,136

Population:

805,895

Density: GDP:

6,741 ppl/km 18,124 R$/capita 7,633,782 thousand R$ total 0.001% 33.3% 52.2%

Density: GDP:

1.869 ppl/km 47,175 R$/capita 36,337,338 thousand R$ total 0.001% 33% 45.1%

Agriculture: Industries: Services: Public investments:

Main service:

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40,006,680 R$ 7,110 companies active Industries

Agriculture: Industries: Services: Public investments:

Main service:

160,122,386 R$ 27,619 companies active Industries


OSASCO University City

STRATEGIC PLAN

SÃ T

ABC Region

São Bernardo do Campo

new regional center

Universities and libraries Automotive companies (industries and headquarters) Libraries Airports Existing motorways Proposed connections - public transport

DYNAMIC CLUSTERS

METROPOLITAN REGION CAMPINAS SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS

PORT SANTOS

CONNECTIONS CITY HALL PARK

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OSASCO University City GUARULHOS Airport City

SÃO PAULO The City

ABC Region

São Bernardo do Campo

new regional center

EXISTING METRO NETWORK

OSASCO University City GUARULHOS Airport City

SÃO PAULO The City

ABC Region

São Bernardo do Campo

new regional center

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A POLYCENTRIC METROPOLITAN AREA

SÃO PAULO The City

OSASCO University City

Adm center I

Extension of the São Paulo University Investments in temporary housing Real estate New scientific center heath and culture Promote mobility international students

business

Commercial a Touristic Dest circulation of

Financial

Service-orie

Adminis

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New Terminals Train service development linking Rio de Janeiro-Galeão A and Campinas-Viracopos airports Air

cargo logistics

GUARULHOS Airport City

Free trade zone Multi-modal

transport hub Cargo

Technological park/innovative

businesses

ministrative

International s Headquarters

and Residential Core tination Innovation/ knowledge

l institutions

ented economy

strative center

Automotive Industries Technological

esearch headquarters

New airport of SPRM Inter-modal terminal

Logistics Center

International business hub Automotive Industries Technological research headquarters New airport of Sao

ABC REGION

Paolo Metropolitan Region

São Bernardo new regional center

terminal

Intermodal

Logistics Center

International business hub

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FERRAZOPOLIS

AVENIDA B.FARIA LIMA

RUA M.DEODORO

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ANCHIETA MOTORWAY

RUA JURUBATUBA

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STADIO 1o DE MAIO SÃO BERNARDO

RUA JURUBATUBA

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SÃO PAULO

AVENIDA B.FARIA LIMA

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CITY HALL SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

CITY MUSEUM

PARQUE CITTA DI MAROSTICA

CITY HALL PARK

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FERRAZOPOLIS

RUA JURUBATUBA

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Historically perceived as the first Brazilian settlement built away from the sea and situated in Mountain Range of the Sea, of the Atlantic Plateau, City Park Hall occupies a position of strategic significance in the Metropolitan region of São Paulo. The planned intensification of transport through the site renders inevitable its emergence as a new center. The question is not whether City Hall Park will develop, but how? If successful, a new city center in São Bernardo could fulfill its ambitions and establish a node for interaction between potential centralities in the São Paulo metro region.

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STRATEGY


SITE The existing use of the site consists primarily of infrastructure, transportation, and logistics. The operations of the neighborhoods and its related functions define the quality of much of the site. What if, rather than attempting to suppress or insulate these uses from new development, they are considered as latencies capable of forming the identity of a new site, perhaps even a new center? Can the introduction of new urban conditions benefit from and reinforce the existing conditions of the site?

CITY HALL PARK

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SITE RESTRICTIONS

MOBILITY NETWORK

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GEOLOGICAL FORMATION

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SITE RESTRICTIONS

DISCONNECTED EDGES

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grid inefficiency (enhances fragmentation) ARCHIPELAGO

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SITE RESTRICTIONS

GREEN SPACES

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INFRASTRUCTURAL SPINE

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GRID STUDIES

NEW YORK

BARCELONA

LONDON

TOKYO

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PARIS

MOSCOW

SAN FRANCISCO

COPENHAGEN

Due to the sites unfortunate geological transformation, it is void of consistent spatial continuity, thus eliminating a singular or consistent framework to organize the area a as whole…

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SITE STRATEGY The design organizes the site into a series performative archipelagos, each dedicated to particular forms of leisure and performance. The irregular placement of the islands, are reinforced with Icons which seem to exist in a state of radical impermanence. The icons form a continuity of irregularity, each with different types of spaces and functions, each varying in terms of architectural typology, density, and landscape.

STEP 01: UNIFY

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IN

4M

STEP 02: HUMANIZE

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SITE STRATEGY Adjacent to the Performative Landscape is the existing neighborhood. Whereas Islands & supporting Icons provide difference and diversity, the existing neighborhood provides cohesion and unity. The neighborhoods desire to cross over, mix, and occupy the performative landscape serves as proverbial glue for the site. By reorganizing the adjacent streets vehicular traffic to one-way flow, and consolidating infrastructure, transportation, and logistics to the center of the site, and beneath the proposed Metra line, the existing roads adjacent to the site are transformed into commercial boulevards. The site is no longer a residual geological junk space, but the the physical and programmatic center of the neighborhood.

W

E

STEP 03: POROSITY

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STEP 04:

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SITE STRATEGY

CULTURE

RETAIL RETAIL LEISURE

LEISURE

RETAIL

CULTURE RETAIL

TRANSPORT RETAIL

LEISURE

RETAIL

CULTURE RETAIL

LEISURE

RETAIL

OFFICE RETAIL

OFFICE

HOTEL RETAIL

STEP 05: BRANDING

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STEP 06: LANDSCAPE

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POROSITY

WORKERS

CITY HALL PARK

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RESIDENTS

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POROSITY

VISITORS

CITY HALL PARK

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ALL USERS

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CITY HALL PARK

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PROGRAM

LEISURE

1.2%

7,851 m2

TRANSPORT

6.1%

39,410 m2

HEALTHCARE

3.1%

19,858 m2

3,600 2,401 1,850

39,410

F

5,256 3,600 3,602 7,400

34,322

CULTURE

16.1%

103,441 m2

28,760 9,853 12,006 18,500 2,628

25,925

29,558

RETAIL

17.5%

112,739 m

2

E

36,018 9,250 9,360 19,705 18,009 18,500

HOTEL

18.9%

D

121,734 m2 65,520

10,512 28,800

C

48,024

OFFICE

36.8%

236,656 m2

37,000

B 112,320

A

PARKING

368,461 m2

The masterplan envisioned consists of six programmatic anchors: all dedicated to specific themes unique to San Bernardo: Creative Industries, Automotive Industry, Film, Technology, and Performance.

TOTAL:

1,010,149 m2

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PROGRAM

DISTRIBUTION

OFFICE

HOTEL

CULTURE

LEISURE

CITY HALL PARK

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RETAIL

HEALTHCARE

INDUSTRIAL

RESIDENTIAL


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6.570 m2 Retail 2.628 Office 3.942

6.570 m2 Healthcare 5.256 Office 1.314

6.570 m2 Office 5.256 Culture 1.314

3.425 m2

33,008 m2

Culture 3.425

Culture 33.008

3.425 m2

Culture 3.425

900 m2

900 m2

Retail 900

Culture 3.425

3.425 m2

Culture 3.425

3.425 m2 Retail 3.425

3.425 m

2

3.425 m2

Culture 3.425

Culture 3.425

900 m2

72.000 m2

Retail 900

Leisure 3.600 Healthcare 3.600 Culture 14.400 Retail 21.600 Office 28.800

98.525 m2 Transport 39.410 Culture 9.852 Retail 29.557 Hotel 19.705

120.060 m2 Leisure 2.401 Healthcare 3.601 Culture12.006 Retail 36.018 Hotel 18.009

92.500 m2

Office 48.024

Leisure 1.850 Healthcare 7.400 Culture 18.500 Retail 9.250 Hotel 18.500

187.200 m

2

Retail 9.436

Hotel 65.520

Office 112.320

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Office 37.00


CITY HALL PARK

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The anchors are closely related through innovation and research, and provide the basis for strategic and economic cooperation for the metro region. In addition, four other primary types form the majority of the program: office, healthcare, retail, and hotel. The 10 program types are distributed in formations that overlap and weave tightly with each other to generate a rich and diverse mix. In this way, every programmatic typology finds it’s most appropriate location and retains an efficient coherence within the whole.

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PERFORMANCE PLAZA


The form of the building is pragmatic response to the site conditions: the indoor theatre carves itself beneath the contours of the site, thus, the extruded parcel, forms into an amphitheater creating a signifier of performance. The retaining wall which support the amphitheater, as well as the functional spine for the indoor theatre, is simultaneously a digital theatre dedicated to performance: sports, theatre, music, etc.  Thus the building and the entire plaza is a performance in and of itself.

6.570 m2 Retail 2.628 Office 3.942

6.570 m2 Healthcare 5.256 Office 1.314

6.570 m2 Office 5.256 Culture 1.314

33,008 m2 Culture 33.008

Peugeot Hospital São Bernardo

Shopping Metrópole

City Hall

Expo Center and Event Plaza

Parque Cittá Di Marostica New city museum M-12 Paco Municipal

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CITY HALL PARK

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MUSEUM PARK


We have achieved a balanced dichotomy by creating a connection of buildings to satisfy the institutional demands of the Film center; namely to produce, market, and celebrate the industry. In contrast but also in support of this structure, the landscape stands clear of regulation.  It is here that we envision the natural, human, and organic moments, which truly create culture through conversation and interaction.  The proximity of these spaces will bring each’s attention to the other, creating a tension but also perhaps a synergy. This tenuous relationship between the two spaces is necessary for a creative space. It is only through this stark contrast that something new may emerge, making the center a living space rather like a lab or a studio: a space whose purpose is flexible and can adapt to the needs of upcoming generations of young people, retaining its relevance and vitality to an audience who by nature reject the old and are quick to recognize the passé.

Film Studios

Association of Muslim Youth

New city museum M-12 Paco Municipal Stadio 1o de Maio SB

Exhibitions and Sports Centre

Recreation and Shopping

M-13 Djalma Dutra

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CITY HALL PARK

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CREATIVE LABS


3.425 m2

Culture 3.425

3.425 m2

Culture 3.425

900 m2

Not solely a container for a lab, but a lab itself. Separating the functions into three slabs allows for maximum flexibility and change. However, the slabs are linked via shared program; thus the building can perform as one machine, without sacrificing the unique demands of each user. The laboratory fosters m2 extends itself to the practical a spirit of innovation900 that 3.425 functions of the programCulture it supports.

Retail 900

3.425 m2

Culture 3.425

3.425 m2 Retail 3.425

3.425 m

2

3.425 m2

Culture 3.425

Culture 3.425

900 m2 Retail 900

72.000 m2 Leisure 3.600 Healthcare 3.600 Culture 14.400 Retail 21.600 Office 28.800

Film Studios

Association of Muslim Youth

New city museum M-12 Paco Municipal Stadio 1o de Maio SB

Exhibitions and Sports Centre

Recreation and Shopping

M-13 Djalma Dutra

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CITY HALL PARK

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CITY CENTER


98.525 m2 Transport 39.410 Culture 9.852 Retail 29.557

The City Centre serves as both the physical and programmatic centre of the immediate site and the City of SĂŁo Bernardo. The arrival plaza plaza for students, tourist, residence, workers, and officials and from the entire metropolitan region.

Hotel 19.705

Stadio 1o de Maio SB

Transportation Hub and Retail Park Antonio Anjoletto

Commercial zone-Furnitures

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M-13 Djalma Dutra

Hospital do IMASF


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INCUBATOR CITY


120.060 m2 Leisure 2.401 Healthcare 3.601 Culture12.006 Retail 36.018 Hotel 18.009 Office 48.024

Commercial zone-Furnitures Natinal Institute of Social Security

The intent of this project is to create an institutional building for a culture that thrives outside of the institution.   Startup and Entrepreneurs, and in particular digital culture, has defined itself in contrast to the mainstream, to the staid expectations of each preceding generation.  The Start-up has drawn the lines of battle with the trite, the expected and the known.  Thus a paradox for us: how to create an infrastructure of support to satisfy the conflicting needs of the organization while serving a radical and emerging culture without stifling it or creating a box that inadequately represents the fluid needs of a culture which is by nature always in flux.

M-13 Djalma Dutra Catholic Church Santa Vitoria Eye clinic ABC

Retail, Leisure and Culture

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CONVENTION CENTER


92.500 m2 Leisure 1.850 Healthcare 7.400 Culture 18.500 Retail 9.250 Hotel 18.500 Office 37.00

The convention center is the ultimate autonomous object within the urban development: the building floats atop a pool of water, adjacent to the obvious Gateway Tower. The activities of the Convention Center, circulation, function, services, events, and density are hidden within a form which at once appears to be known, but is not. The entrance itself, is uncomfortably torn from the natural urban plane, to create an intimate threshold between the known and unknown; a gateway into an autonomous architectural heterotopia in constant levitation.

M-13 Djalma Dutra

Offices and Convention Center

Car related commerce

Twin Towers Shopping Catholic Church

Residential towers

M-14 Pça. Lauro Gomes

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GATEWAY TOWER


187.200 m2 Retail 9.436

Hotel 65.520

Office 112.320

The position of the Gateway Tower is essentially a paradox: it is simultaneously a potential gateway as well the terminus to the urbanized areas of the São Paolo metropolitan area – due to this critical placement, the tower must signify both arrival & departure, thus clearly demarcating the urban from the rural…

M-13 Djalma Dutra

Twin Towers Shopping Mall

Headquarters, Hotels and Entertainment Residential towers

M-14 Pça. Lauro Gomes Public Market Lauro Gomes

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CITY HALL PARK

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Taking the effects of dense planning into consideration it is critical to acknowledge. The World Health Organization’s suggestion of 16m2 of open space area per person. Sao Bernardo currently has an average of 12 m2 per person. The design creates a green oasis for the city to generate an unprecedented quality of life for future inhabitants and neighbours.

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HARDSCAPE

Urban plaza Pavement Pavers CITY HALL PARK

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INVENTORY

Rubber playground tiles

Concrete planks

Natural stone

Timber boarding

Rock

Seashell gravel

Rough soil

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Hard court sportfields


SOFTSCAPE

Water Green spine Grass

Paths Lush green Tropical forest Trees CITY HALL PARK

124


INVENTORY

Açaí palm

Anadenanthera colubrina

Calliandra tweediei

Schizolobium parahyba

Miltonia cuneata 125

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Erythrina falcata

Butia yatay

Vriesea carinata

Tibouchina semidecandra

Thelypteris


PERFORMATIVE LANDSCAPE

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

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1. Amphitheatre

2. Urban Cinema

3. Tropical Forest

4. Lush Green Hills

5. Station Plaza

6. Sports

7. Conference Park

8. Green Spine


PERFORMATIVE LANDSCAPE

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TECHNICAL


PROGRAM

OFFICE PARCEL

AREA

BUILDING

GFA

FOOTPRINT

COVERAGE

GFA 279,700

FOOTPRINT

COVERAGE

66%

4.60

187,200 279,700 92,500 187,200

29,860

66%

4.60

120,060 92,500 120,060 120,060

10,000 14,360

A

60,823

AREA

BUILDING

A

60,823

A1

PARCEL

B

30,556

B C

30,556 28,868

C D

28,868 56,374

D

56,374

E

77,379

E

77,379

A2 A1 A2 B1 B1 C1 C1 D1 D2 D1 D3 D2

98,525 120,060 98,525 98,525

91,585 98,525 72,000 91,585

10,000 29,860

14,360 9,000

3,425 72,000 3,425 3,425

685 9,000 685 685

D4 D3 D5 D4

3,305 3,425 3,425 3,305

685 685 685 685

D6 D5 D7 D6

3,305 3,425 900 3,305

685 685 225 685

D8 D7 D9 D8

900 900 900 900

225 225 225 225

D9 E1

52,718 900 33,008 52,718

225 10,601

E2 E1 E3 E2

6,570 33,008 6,570 6,570

438 10,601 438 438

E4 E3 PAÇO E4

6,570 6,570 N/A 6,570

438 438 9,865 438

PAÇO

N/A

9,865

FAR

% OFFICEm2

FAR

%

m2

0.53 149,32

60% 0.53 112,32 149,32

40% 112,32 37,00 60%

47%

3.93

40% 40%

48,02 37,00

47% -

3.93 3.41

40% 40%

48,02 48,02

0% 40%

48,02

23.2%

3.41 1.62

0% 31%

28,80

23.2%

1.62

40% 31%

28,80 28,80

40%

28,80

-

28.1%

0.68

20%

10,51

28.1%

0.68

20%

10,51

80%

5,25 -

20% 80%

1,31 5,25

60% 20%

3,94 1,31

60%

3,94

36.8%

% NET_TOTAL %

642,588

236,65 36.8%

PARKING NET_TOTAL

368,461 642,588

PARKING

368,461

TOTAL

1,010,149

354,984

TOTAL

1,010,149

354,984

118,32 236,65

118,32

CITY HALL PARK

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PROGRAM OFFICE

HOTEL

RETAIL

CULTURE PROGRAM

HEALTHCARE

TRANSPORT

LEISURE

% OFFICEm2

% HOTELm2

% RETAILm2

%CULTURE m2

HEALTHCARE % m2

TRANSPORT % m2

%LEISUREm2

%

%

%

%

%

%

m2

0.53 149,320

iii

m2

30%

84,020

60% 0.53 112,320 149,320

35% 30%

40% 112,320 37,000 60% 40% 40%

m2

7%

18,610

65,520 84,020

5% 7%

20% 35%

18,500 65,520

48,024 37,000

15% 20%

40% 40%

48,024 48,024

0% 40%

m2

%

m2

7%

18,500

9,360 18,610

0% 7%

18,500

3%

7,400

10% 5%

9,250 9,360

20% 0%

18,500

8%

7,400

18,009 18,500

30% 10%

36,018 9,250

10% 20%

12,006 18,500

3% 8%

3,602 7,400

15% 15%

18,009 18,009

30% 30%

36,018 36,018

10% 10%

12,006 12,006

3% 3%

48,024

20% 15%

19,705 18,009

30% 30%

29,558 36,018

10% 10%

9,853 12,006

0% 3%

0%

-

20% 20%

19,705 19,705

30% 30%

29,558 29,558

10% 10%

9,853 9,853

0%

31%

28,800

0% 20%

19,705

28% 30%

25,925 29,558

31% 10%

28,760 9,853

4%

40% 31%

28,800 28,800

0%

-

30% 28%

21,600 25,925

20% 31%

14,400 28,760

40%

28,800

30%

21,600

100% 20%

3,425 14,400

100%

3,425

100%

3,425

100%

3,425

100%

3,305

100% 100%

3,425 3,305

100% 100%

3,305 3,425

100% 100%

3,305

100%

900

100%

100%

900

100%

900

3%

7,400

0.00

m2 -

1%

m2

1,850

--

1%

1,850

-

2%

1,850

0.00

-

2% 2%

2,401 1,850

3,602 3,602

0.00

-

2% 2%

2,401 2,401

3,602

0.40

39,410

0% 2%

2,401

40% 0.40

39,410 39,410

0%

-

3,600

0.00 40%

39,410

4%

3,600

5% 4%

3,600 3,600

0.00

-

5% 4%

3,600 3,600

5%

3,600

5%

3,600

0.00

20%

10,512

0.00

-

5%

2,628

0.65 100%

34,322 900

0.10

5,256

-

0.00

-

20%

10,512

0.00

-

5%

2,628

100% 0.65

33,008 34,322

0.10

5,256

-

0.00

-

80%

5,256 -

--

20% 100%

1,314 33,008

20% 80%

1,314 5,256

--

0% 20%

1,314

80%

5,256

60% 20%

3,942 1,314

40%

2,628 -

0% 0%

--

80%

5,256

60%

3,942

40%

2,628

0%

-

36.8%

18.9%

17.5%

16.1%

3.1%

6.1%

1.2%

236,656 36.8%

121,734 18.9%

112,739 17.5%

103,441 16.1%

19,858 3.1%

39,410 6.1%

7,851 1.2%

118,328 236,656

60,867 121,734

56,369 112,739

86,200 103,441

9,929 19,858

32,842 39,410

3,926 7,851

118,328

60,867

56,369

86,200

9,929

32,842

3,926

354,984

182,601

169,108

189,641

29,787

72,252

11,777

354,984

182,601

169,108

189,641

29,787

72,252

11,777

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PARCEL DATA

E

D1

E

E

E

77,379

D1 44,896

D D2 C2 C1

C 11,729

C1 B2

B

11,478

11,478

17,139

17,139

11,729

12,676

B 17,880

B1

A2

A1

C

44,896

D

D2 C2

B2

B1

77,379

A2

A

A

19,035

12,676

17,880

41,788 19,035

41,788

A1

PARCEL NUMBER

PARCEL AREA

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EE 0.68 0.68

EE 28.1% 28.1%

SITE: SITE: 77.379 77.379 m2m2

FOOTPRINT: FOOTPRINT: 21,780 21,780 m2m2

DD 1.62 1.62

DD 23.2% 23.2%

SITE: SITE: 56.374 56.374m2m2

FOOTPRINT: FOOTPRINT: 13.100 13.100m2m2

CC 3.41 3.41

CC 0% 0%

SITE: SITE: 28.868 28.868 m2m2

FOOTPRINT: FOOTPRINT: n/an/a

BB 3.93 3.93

BB 47% 47%

SITE: SITE: 30,556 30,556 m2m2

FOOTPRINT: FOOTPRINT: 14,360 14,360 m2m2

AA 4.60 4.60

AA 66% 66%

SITE: SITE: 60,823 60,823 m2m2

PARCEL FAR

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FOOTPRINT: FOOTPRINT: 39,860 39,860 m2m2

PARCEL COVERAGE


BUILDING DATA

E_1

33,008 m2

E_2

6.570 m2

3.425 m

D_3

2

3.425 m

Culture 3.425

D_7 900 m

2

Culture 3.425

Retail 3.425

D_8

900 m

3.425 m

Culture 3.425

Retail 900

900 m

Office 5.256 Culture 1.314

D_5 2

D_9 2

6.570 m2

Healthcare 5.256 Office 1.314

D_4

2

E_4

6.570 m2

Retail 2.628 Office 3.942

Culture 33.008

D_2

E_3

2

Retail 900

3.425 m

D_6 2

Culture 3.425

900 m2

Culture 3.425

D_10

3.425 m2

Culture 3.425

D_1 72.000 m2 Leisure 3.600 Healthcare 3.600 Culture 14.400 Retail 21.600 Office 28.800

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C_1 98.525 m2

Transport 39.410 Culture 9.852 Retail 29.557 Hotel 19.705

B_1

Leisure 2.401 Healthcare 3.601 Culture12.006

120.060 m2

Retail 36.018 Hotel 18.009 Office 48.024

A_2 92.500 m2

Leisure 1.850 Healthcare 7.400 Culture 18.500 Retail 9.250 Hotel 18.500 Office 37.00

A_1 187.200 m2

Retail 9.436

Hotel 65.520

Office 112.320

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DISTANCES FROM METRO STATIONS ix

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MOBILITY

Av. P

ery

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nch

Av. Wa lla

Av. Im

ce

per

ado

ett

Sim

i

r Pe

ons

dro

en

II

SECONDARY ROADS

Bus Terminal Metropolitano de S.B.C.

Bus Terminal Joao Setti

Bus Terminal Ferrazopolis

BUS STOPS CITY HALL PARK

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Metro line 18

- BRONZE

M-11 Baeta Neves

M-12 Paco Municipal

M-13 Djalma Dutra

M-14 Pรงa. Lauro Gomes

M-15 Ferrazopolis

METRO LINE 18

PEDESTRIAN ROUTES xi

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SITE ACCESS RETAIL

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PARKING

P P

P P

P

xiii

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

P


SITE ACCESS EMERGENCIES

CITY HALL PARK

xiv


DROPOFF

xv

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO


SITE ACCESS BIKES

CITY HALL PARK

xvi


CARS

xvii

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO


SITE ACCESS DELIVERIES

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PEDESTRIANS

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APPENDIX


WORLD ECONOMY

1,850 1,736

3,577

10th CANADA

4th Germany

3,577

9th Russia

7th UK 1,493

2,776

12th Spain 15,094

5th France

5,870

2,198

8th Italy

1st USA

11th India 2,492

6th Brazil

3rd Japan

7,298

1,676

2nd China

GDP - US $billions

National Nominal GDP Source: Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program /Sérgio Costa | Investe São Paulo | Global Cities Initiative

1st China 15,523,658

8th Russia

(%)

1,968,789

3.3

2nd Japan

2.9

10th France 2.5

2.1

1.7

4,105,853

n

latio opu

p

1,682,814

5th USA

201,032,714 (2013)

8,554,219

3rd Germany 5,388,456

9th Mexico 1,810,007

Po

pu

1.2

4th South Korea

lat

ion

7th Brazil 2,623,704

0.8

gro

wt

6th India hr

ate

4,167,089

3,285,496

0.4

1960

1970

1980

1990

2000

2011

Source: World Bank, World Development Indicators 2012

Car Industries in the world

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9th Russia 143,657,134

1st China 1,360,720,000

3rd USA

6th Pakistan

317,518,000

10th Japan

185,613,000

127,220,000

8th Bangladesh

2nd India

7th Nigeria

1,240,210,000

173,615,000

5th Brazil

152,518,015

4th Indonesia 249,866,000

201,032,714

Most populated countries

(%) 3.3

9th Russia 143,657,134

2.9

2.5

1st 201,032,714 China

n

ulatio

3rd USA

pop

1,360,720,000

(2013)

6th Pakistan

317,518,000

10th Japan

185,613,000

127,220,000

2.1

8th Bangladesh 1.7

2nd India

Po

pu

7th Nigeria lat io

1,240,210,000

173,615,000n gro

1.2

wt

5th Brazil

hr

ate

0.4

1960

1970

1980

1990

Source: World Bank, World Development Indicators 2012

Most populated countries

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2000

4th Indonesia 249,866,000

201,032,714

0.8

152,518,015

2011


BRAZIL

Roraima

Amapá

Amazonas

Maranhão

Pará

Ceará Rio Grande do Norte Paraíba Piauí

Pernambuco

Acre

Alagoas

Tocantins

Sergipe

Rondônia Bahia

Mato Grosso

Distrito Federal Goiás Minas Gerais Espírito Santo Mato Grosso do Sul

São Paulo

Rio de Janeiro

Paraná

Santa Catarina

Rio Grande do Sul

ADMINISTRATION

26 States

BRAZIL

625 Municipalities

SAO PAULO STATE

39 Municipalities

SAO PAULO METROPOLITAN REGION

SAO PAULO

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FERNANDÓPOLIS

JALES

ITUVERAVA

VOTUPORANGA

BARRETOS AURIFLAMA

FRANCA SÃO JOAQUIM DA BARRA

SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO NHANDEARA

ANDRADINA

CATANDUVA

ARAÇATUBA

ADAMANTINA

RIBEIRÃO PRETO

NOVO HORIZONTE

BIRIGUI

DRACENA

BATATAIS JABOTICABAL

LINS

SÃO JOÃO DA BOA VISTA

ARARAQUARA TUPÃ

PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE

PIRAÇUNUNGA

SÃO CARLOS

MARÍLIA

BAURU

JAÚ

RIO CLARO

LIMEIRA

MOJI-MIRIM

ASSIS AMPARO

GUARATINGUETÁ

PIRACICABA

BANANAL

CAMPOS DO JORDÃO CAMPINAS

BOTUCATU OURINHOS

BRAGANÇA PAULISTA AVARÉ

SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS

JUNDIAÍ

TATUÍ

PARAIBUNA/PARAITINGA FRANCO DA ROCHA SOROCABA

GUARULHOS

OSASCO

ITAPETININGA

CARAGUATATUBA

MOJI DAS CRUZES SÃO PAULO

ITAPEVA

ITAPECERICA DA SERRA PIEDADE

SANTOS

CARAGUATATUBA

ITANHAÉM

CAPÃO BONITO REGISTRO

São Paulo is the largest Brazilian metro area. It is also home to the largest employment base (9.5 million workers), the largest GDP ($473 billion makes up 20 percent of the Brazilian GDP and ranks 11th globally), and the second highest GDP per capita ($23,704 ranks only behind Brasília). 0

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80

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1000-3000

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Primary Road Network Primary Road Network

Rail Network Rail Network

Source: ANAC-Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil, 2005.

Source: ANAC-Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil, 2005.

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!

Água Boa

! !

Uruaçu

Nova Xavantina

!

"

Ceres

!

Barra do Garças

!

Brasília

Goiás

" !

Januária

%

Jaraguá

São Luís de Montes Belos

!

"

Anápolis

!

Unaí

Goiânia

%

" !

!

!

!

Acreúna

!

Pires do Rio

!

!

"

Jataí

Rio Verde

!

! Santa Helena de Goiás

!

!

!

Bocaiúva

Pirapora

! Caldas Novas

Montes Claros

Paracatu

Mineiros Morrinhos

Ipameri

!

Várzea da Palma

João Pinheiro

Goiatuba

!

Catalão

! !

Quirinópolis

"

"

Araguari

!

Chapadão do Sul

" !

"

Ituiutaba

Patos de Minas

Monte Carmelo

!

Uberlândia !

Paranaíba

!

Iturama

" !

Santa Fé do Sul

! !

!

!

Jales

!

!

Uberaba

"

Araxá

!

!

!

!

!

"!

Guararapes

!

!

!

"

!

"

"

"

Maringá

Cianorte

! !

"

Bandeirantes Cornélio ! Procópio

"

"

"

Arapongas

!

Araraquara

São Manuel

"

Botucatu

!

!

Telêmaco Borba

Laranjeiras do Sul

"

Itapeva !

o Beltrão

" !

"

"

"

Chapecó

" "

Concórdia

"

Erechim

xxvii "

Canoinhas

"

!

Antonina

"

Paranaguá

Mafra Rio Negrinho São Bento do Sul ! !

!

Timbó

Jundiaí

!

"

" !

São Lourenço

Paraíba do Sul ! !

!

Itajubá

!

Cruzeiro

"

Resende

"

Três Rios

Valença

Teresópolis

! Volta Redonda

"

Rio de Janeiro

Lorena

Aparecida !"

! Bragança Paulista

"

São José dos Campos

Angra dos Reis

%

" São Paulo

%

!

"

Joinville !

São Francisco do Sul

!

Gaspar

"! Navegantes !

Curitibanos

"

Caraguatatuba São Sebastião

Santos

Registro

Lages

%

“Grand”National Metropolis

%

National Metropolis

%

Metropolis

"

Regional Capital

Tijucas

"

Subregional Center

!

Local Center

!

Campos Novos

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

National Linkages

Camboriú

Rio do Sul

"

Florianópolis

!

Juiz de Fora

Caxambu

Santa Rita do Sapucaí

! ! Guaratinguetá

Ubá

São João Nepomuceno

"

Cambuí

Extrema

"

"

Blumenau Itajaí

"

Videira

Joaçaba

!

Campinas

"

Rio Pomba

Lapa

Caçador

!

!

"

Capão Bonito

Palmas

Xanxerê

Sorocaba

Piedade !

!

São João del Rei Barbacena

Três Corações

Pouso Alegre

"

Socorro Serra Negra ! ! Amparo

!

"

"

Conselheiro Lafaiete

Itararé

% !

"

"

Tatuí

Itapetininga

!

!

!

Curitiba

!

Capivari

"

"

Lavras

!

!

"

Ponta Grossa

Irati

União da Vitória

! Mogi Guaçu Moji!Mirim Itapira ! !

Ponte Nova

Congonhas ! Ouro Branco

"

Perdões

Andradas

Jacutinga Ouro Fino

Ouro Preto

Varginha

Poços de Caldas

Espírito Santo do Pinhal

!

Castro

s

Pato Branco

!

Rio das Pedras

!

Três Pontas

"

Oliveira

Itabirito

Jaguariaíva

Guarapuava

!

João Monlevade

Campo Belo

São João da Boa Vista

!

Araras

!

!

!

"

"

Leme

Alfenas

São José do Rio Pardo

Wenceslau Braz

Ivaiporã

!

!

Limeira

!

"

"

" Piracicaba

Tietê

"

!

Boa Esperança

Guaxupé

Santa Cruz das Palmeiras

!Cerquilho

Apucarana

Formiga

!

Mococa

Pirassununga

"

"

"

!

!

Rio Claro

Jandaia do Sul

!

!

Santa Rita do Passa Quatro

!

Avaré

"

!

!

!

!

Cajuru

! ! Descalvado

São Carlos

!

!

%

Pará de Minas

"

Arcos

São Sebastião do Paraíso

!

! Santo Antônio da Platina

Ibaiti

!

Cravinhos

Barra Bonita

" "

Piraju

!

Jaú

Santa Cruz do Rio Pardo

Campo Mourão

"

!

Lençóis Paulista

!

Jacarezinho

!

Passos

Ribeirão Preto

Pederneiras

Palmital

!

"

!

!

! Ourinhos

Londrina !

"

Batatais

Matão

Ibitinga

Bauru

Assis !

Nova Esperança

"

!

"

"

"

!

!

"

Itaú de Minas !

!

Paraguaçu Paulista

Porecatu

" Franca

Orlândia

Taquaritinga

Tupã

Marília Garça

!

!

!

Lins

Belo Horizonte

Nova Serrana

São Joaquim da Barra

Bebedouro

Itápolis

Teodoro Sampaio

Paranavaí !

!

Novo Horizonte

!

Rancharia

!

!

! !

Santa Adélia Monte Alto ! ! Jaboticabal !

Itajobi

Ituverava

!

Catanduva

Osvaldo Cruz

Presidente Prudente !

!

Promissão

!

!

"

!

Penápolis

Adamantina

!

José Bonifácio

!

Olímpia

!

"

!

Presidente Venceslau

Tanabi

Birigui

Dracena

Bataguassu

"

Guaíra

Barretos

"

Andradina

Araçatuba

!

!

São José do Rio Preto!

Itabira

Itaúna Divinópolis !

Votuporanga

Sud Mennucci

!

Pitangui

! Bom Despacho

Frutal

Fernandópolis

Ilha Solteira

Três Lagoas

"

"

!

São Gotardo

!

!

Guanhães

Cassilândia

!

!

Curvelo

Patrocínio

!

!

Diamantina

Itumbiara

! !

Janaúba

!

!


BRAZIL

METROPOLITAN NOMINAL GDP

Roraima Amapá

Manaus

$ 31,031

Amazonas

Fortaleza

Maranhão

Pará

Ceará

$ 31,031

Rio Grande do Norte

Paraíba Piauí

Recife

Pernambuco

$ 36,494

Acre Alagoas

Tocantins

Sergipe

Rondônia

Bahia Mato Grosso

Salvador

$ 54,624

Brasília $ 139,209

Goiás

Distrito Federal

Minas Gerais

Belo Horizonte $ 94,895

Espírito Santo Mato Grosso do Sul

Grande Vitória

$ 31,104 São Paulo Rio de Janeiro

Campinas $ 61,487

Rio de Janeiro $ 194,875

Paraná

Curitiba

Nominal GDP (x1000$)

São Paulo

$ 65,148

$ 472,984

500 Santa Catarina

Baixada Santista $ 28,423

250

100

Rio Grande do Sul

Porto Alegre $ 74,834

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Top 3 Metropolitan Areas Profile

Source: Brookings Institution, Global Monitor 2012

São Paulo

Rio de Janeiro

Brasília

Population in millions 2012

20.0

12.0

3.8

Employment in millions 2010

9.5

5.3

1.8

GDP per capita 2012

$23,704

$16,282

$36,175

Exports in billions 2007-2012

$99.9

$46.2

$2.4

Share of metro area output by industry (2012) Share of metro area output by industry (2012) Source: Brookings Institution, Global Monitor 2012

1.80% 6.10%

0.70% 2.40% 8.00%

2.40%

1.80%

1.80%

5.90%

6.10%

6.10%

14.50%

14.50%

0.70% 2.40%

0.70% 2.40%

8.00%

8.00%

2.40%

2

5.90%

5

17.60%

17.60%

1

19.90%

19.90%

1

17.70%

1

32.30% 4.00% 0.30%

3 4 0

14.50%

30.40%

30.40%

30.40%

5.90%

5.90%

5.90%

17.70% 62.10% 1.80%

28.40% 3.50%

9.30%

Rio de Janeiro

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Commodities Construction 20.60% Business/Finance 3.90% Manufacturing 0.50% Local Market Trade and Tourism Brazilia Transportation Utilities

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

32.30% 4.00% 0.30%

Sao Paulo

28.40%

28.40%

3.50%

3.50%

9.30%

9.30%

Rio de Janeiro Rio de JaneiroBrazilia

62.10% 1.80%

62.10% 1.80%

20.60% 3.90% 0.50%

20.60% 3.90% 0.50%

Brazilia Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo


SÃO PAULO

METROPOLITAN ANALYSIS

PRIMARY ROAD NETWORK

SECONDARY ROAD NETWORK

7

7

13

19

16 1

1

6

23 2 11 21 11

12

11

12 8

8

12

3

3

4

4

5 17

2

2

15

4

5

5 20

9

9

18

10

10

9

0

5

10

20 Kilometers

EXISTING METRO NETWORK

PROPOSED METRO NETWORK

FRANCISCO MORATO SANTA ISABEL FRANCO DA ROCHA

MAIRIPORÃ

CAJAMAR CAIEIRAS

PIRAPORA DO BOM JESUS

ARUJÁ GUARULHOS

SANTANA DE PARNAÍBA

GUARAREMA

ITAQUAQUECETUBA SÃO PAULO

BARUERI

ITAPEVI

OSASCO

JANDIRA

POÁ FERRAZ DE VASCONCELOS

CARAPICUÍBA

TABOÃO DA SERRA

VARGEM GRANDE PAULISTA

SUZANO SÃO CAETANO DO SUL

EMBU

BIRITIBA-MIRIM

MAUÁ DIADEMA

COTIA

SALESÓPOLIS

MOGI DAS CRUZES

RIBEIRÃO PIRES RIO GRANDE DA SERRA

ITAPECERICA DA SERRA SANTO ANDRÉ

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO SÃO LOURENÇO DA SERRA EMBU-GUAÇU

JUQUITIBA

RAIL NETWORK

GREEN SPACES

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FRANCISCO MORATO SANTA ISABEL FRANCO DA ROCHA

MAIRIPORÃ

CAJAMAR CAIEIRAS

PIRAPORA DO BOM JESUS

ARUJÁ GUARULHOS

SANTANA DE PARNAÍBA

GUARAREMA

ITAQUAQUECETUBA SÃO PAULO

BARUERI

ITAPEVI

OSASCO

JANDIRA

POÁ FERRAZ DE VASCONCELOS

CARAPICUÍBA

TABOÃO DA SERRA

VARGEM GRANDE PAULISTA

SUZANO SÃO CAETANO DO SUL

EMBU

MAUÁ DIADEMA

COTIA

RIBEIRÃO PIRES RIO GRANDE DA SERRA

ITAPECERICA DA SERRA SANTO ANDRÉ

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO SÃO LOURENÇO DA SERRA EMBU-GUAÇU

0

JUQUITIBA

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5

10

20

CIVIC FUNCTIONS

MUNICIPALITIES

LIBRARIES

MUSEUMS

UNIVERSITIES

HOSPITALS

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

Kilometers

SALESÓPOLIS

MOGI DAS CRUZES

BIRITIBA-MIRIM


SÃO PAULO

METROPOLITAN AREA

FRANCISCO MORATO 7

FRANCO DA ROCHA

MAIRIPORÃ

CAJAMAR

CAIEIRAS

PIRAPORA DO BOM JESUS

GUAR

SANTANA DE PARNAÍBA SÃO PAULO

1

BARUERI 8

OSASCO ITAPEVI

JANDIRA 4

CARAPICUÍBA

2

VARGEM GRANDE PAULISTA

TABOÃO DA SERRA

SÃO CAETANO DO SUL 5

EMBU

DIADEMA

COTIA

9

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

ITAPECERICA DA SERRA

SÃO LOURENÇO DA SERRA EMBU-GUAÇU

JUQUITIBA

0

5

10

20 Kilometers CITY HALL PARK

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SANTA ISABEL

ARUJÁ

RULHOS GUARAREMA

ITAQUAQUECETUBA

12

11

POÁ 3

FERRAZ DE VASCONCELOS

SALESÓPOLIS

MOGI DAS CRUZES

SUZANO BIRITIBA-MIRIM

MAUÁ

RIBEIRÃO PIRES RIO GRANDE DA SERRA 10

SANTO ANDRÉ

HOSPITAL MARKET HOTEL SCHOOL LIBRARY THEATRE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM

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SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO


LONDON

Cambridge

Milton Keynes

Ipswich Luton

Oxford

LONDON Reading

Chatham & Gillingham

outh

8,287 km2 7,100,000 (2008) 1,100 per km² 173 municipalities

Density ( people/m2)

Brighton Road Network

Rail Network Cambridge

Cambridge

Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes Ipswich

Luton

Ipswich Luton

Oxford

Oxford

LONDON

LONDON

Reading

Reading

Chatham & Gillingham

Southampton

Chatham & Gillingham

CITY HALL PARK

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RANDSTAD

Alkmaar

Haarlem Almere

AMSTERDAM Amersfoort

The Hague

Utrecht

Rotterdam

8,308 km2 15,010,295 (2012) 5,285 per km² City + 32 boroughs

Density ( people/m2)

Road Network

Rail Network

Alkmaar

Alkmaar

Haarlem

Haarlem Almere

Almere

AMSTERDAM

AMSTERDAM Amersfoort

The Hague

Utrecht

Rotterdam

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SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

Amersfoort

The Hague

Utrecht

Rotterdam


SÃO BERNANDO DO CAMPO

FERRAZ DE VASCONCELOS

SUZANO

SÃO CAETANO DO SUL

MAUÁ

SANTO ANDRÉ

DIADEMA

RIBEIRÃO PIRES

RIO GRANDE DA SERRA

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

CUBATÃO SÃO PAULO

SANTOS

SÃO VICENTE

PRAIA GRANDE ITANHAÉM

MONGAGUÁ

0

2.5

5

10 Kilometers

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SAO BERNANDO DO CAMPO

DEMOGRAPHICS

Density Sex Ratio

Habitants/Km2

0 - 85

< 2.000

85 - 90

2.000 - 5.000

90 - 94.5

5.000 - 10.000

94.5 - 99.4

10.000 - 20.000

99.4 - 100

50.000 - 100.000 > 100000

Unoccupied Individual Housing

0 - 2.6

17 - 33

2.6 - 3

93 - 51

3 - 3.35

52 - 84

3.35 - 3.75

85 - 228

3.75 - 7

Individual Housing

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Average Habitants per House

0 - 16

Collective Housing

10 -135

0-1

135 - 200

2-3

200 - 270

4-5

270 - 340

6-7

340 - 640

8 - 20


GUARULHOS

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

SANTO ANDRÉ

OSASCO

MAUA

DIADEMA

MOGI DAS CRUZER

ITAQUAQUECETUBA CARAPICUÍBA

HOUSING CONDITION

INFRASTRUCTURE

PUBLIC SERVICES

MOBILITY

URBAN WELFARE

SÃO PAULO

CITY HALL PARK

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Index of infrastructure condition

0.9

0.8

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

OSASCO

DIADEMA CARAPICUÍBA MAUÁ

GUARULHOS

0.7

SANTO ANDRÉ MOGI DAS CRUZES

0.6

ITAQUAQUECETUBA

0.5

0.4

0.5

0.6

0.7

Mobility indicator Each is the result of a set of indicators drawn from the 2010 census, the IBGE. It is considered that the dimensions that constitute the IBEU have the same weight, since the indicators, in turn, have different weights. The IBEU is therefore the result of the average of five dimensions. The index varies between 0 and 1 values​​, and the closer to 0 the worse is the assessment and closer to 1 the better.

Legend 1.000 - 0.901 0.900 - 0.801 0.800 - 0.701 0.700 - 0.501 0.500 - 0.001

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SANTO ANDRÉ

MOGI DAS CRUZES

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO GUARULHOS OSASCO DIADEMA CARAPICUÍBA

14km 15km

16km

18km

20km

ITAQUAQUECETUBA

MAUÁ

30km

22km

46km

SAO PAULO

1h 10min

1h25min

1h25min 1h40min

1h 45min

2h7min

2h10min

2h 40min

Distances and travel time from Sao Paulo city

CITY HALL PARK

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Main distances of municipalities form Sao Paulo

> More job positions available than the residents

>

More residents than job positions available

Concentration of job position and residences

800,000 500,000 200,000

Job positions available

Residents

Site of intervention

GUARULHOS ITAQUAQUECETUBA CARAPICUÍBA

SAO PAULO

46km

OSASCO

MOGI DAS CRUZES

DIADEMA

SANTO ANDRÉ

SÃO BERNARDO DO CAMPO

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MAUÁ


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