Page 1

francesca vergani u r b a n i s t


u r b a n

p l a n n e r

[2] Oostende, Belgium & [4] Kortrijk, Belgium

[3] Taihu - Beijing, China

[7] Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela

[6] Caracas, Venezuela

[5] Callao-Lima, Peru [1] Kumasi, Ghana

[8] Paraitepuy, Venezuela


portfolio 2014

motivation p.5

curriculum vitae p.6

academic projects p.9 Master or Urbanism and Strategic Planning_Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL)

[1] Kumarket. Distending Trading ecologies on contested space_Final Thesis Project [2] Interfaces: Bridging Ecologies _Urbanism Studio [3] Serve the City / Serve the Village. Taihu as a Water Cleaning Machine_Landscape Urbanism Design Studio [4] Oostende: Weaving the Net. Public Spaces Network. Lighthouse Project_Strategic Spatial Planning Studio

p.10 p.20 p.26 p.34

Urban Planning Studies_Universidad Sim贸n Bol铆var (USB)

[5] Strategic Guidelines for Urban Renewal of the Callao Historical Center_Final Thesis Project


professional projects p.49 Inteplan-Glocalstudio

[6] Urban Shortcuts_Research Project [7] Urban Development Plan for UD-151_Private Project

p.50 p.54

Roger Martinez Proyectos Urbanos / Corporaci贸n Venezolana de Guayana (CVG-Edelca) [8] Paraitepuy Masterplan_Private Project


publications p.63




I am a qualified Urbanist and Urban Planner graduated at the Universidad Simon Bolivar

in Venezuela, and I recently got a Master degree of Urbanism and Strategic Planning (cum laude) at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. My intention is to extend my experience in an International context on Urban Design and Strategic Planning. In that regard, I am keen to work for a multidisciplinary firm with projects at different scales, where I can learn and contribute as well.

During my professional experience, mainly based in South America, I had the opportunity

to participate in a variety of projects at different stages of architecture, planning and design, such as technical, economical and financial feasibility studies; quantity surveying; real estate valuation; urban planning and design at different scales; research on transportation and mobility; management, promotion, and implementation of plans.

In addition, during my master studies I was privileged to be exposed and confronted to

a variety of urban realities in Europe, Africa and Asia. This provided a greater perspective and a more integral comprehension of different urban fields. I also hold a degree of Second Dan in the Martial Art Aikido, which has given me a lot of discipline and tools for social and negotiation skills.

I have always been very disciplined and committed to quality in every aspect of my

life. I am very proactive, efficient, organised and with excellent communication skills. My former employers describe me as a very dynamic person, versatile, with a high level of responsibility and determination. I’m flexible, quick to pick up new skills and eager to learn from others.

I hope there is a suitable opening at your firm at the moment, I would be delighted to

discuss any possible vacancy with you at your convenience. Thank you for taking the time to read my portfolio,

Yours sincerely,

Francesca Vergani


curriculum vitae education

Master of Urbanism and Strategic Planning

Promotion and Urban Planning Assistant Manager

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | Leuven, Belgium

Masterplan management and promotion. Ellaboration of marketing strategy, stakeholders engagement, construction planning process and planning implementation for three, large scale and mix-use, rental zone projects in complex key locations in Caracas and Maracay (Venezuela). Organization of competitions for architectural projects to be built at the three rental zones. Organization of competitions for branding the FFAB and the development "City of Arts" as part of the largest project.

cum laude mention Sep 2011 - Sep 2013

Aikido Black Belt

Second Dan Aikikai Certified by USAF and Hombu Dojo | Tokyo, Japan Jan 2000 - Feb 2011 Marubashi Dojo | Caracas, Venezuela

Bachelor of Urban Planning Sep 2002 - Mar 2008

Universidad Simoóón Bolivar | Caracas, Venezuela

Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (registered until 3rd year) Sep 1999 - Jul 2002

Universidad Simoóón Bolivar | Caracas, Venezuela

software AutoCad

SketchUp Adobe Suite [ Illustrator | InDesign | Photoshop ] Office Suite [ Word | Excel | Power Point ]

skills & competences Urban and City Photography Written Communication Physical Model Making Presentation Management


Spanish (mother tongue) English (fluent) Italian (intermediate) 6

work experience

Fundacióon Fondo Andres Bello UCV | Caracas, Venezuela Oct 2010 - Sep 2011

Urban Planner

Inteplan - Glocalstudio | Caracas, Venezuela Sep 2008 - Sep 2010

Researcher on “Urban Shortcuts”, a project directed at formulating a model for improving accesibility, and establishing a viable urban structure for informal settlements built on hilly terrain. Assistant for an urban plan on a mixed use district, dealing with inundation, provision of infrastructure, social services and zoning. Coordinator assistant of Caracas Watercity, a symposium / exhibit / urban intervention based on the role of water in the city. Participation in an architectural competition of a 4 and 5 starts hotel to be built at the centrally located Plaza Venezuela in Caracas.

Urban Planner

Gerenco | Caracas, Venezuela Apr 2008 - Sep 2008

Technical, Economical and Financial feasibility analysis of big scale residential developments. Inspection, project construction status monitoring and reporting to stakeholders, for five big scale residential developments and a shopping mall. Market valuation of appartments and permit procedures for habitability of residential developments.


Infrastructure Management Regional Government of Callao | Lima, Peru Aug 2007 - Dec 2007

Thesis Project: "Strategic Guidelines for the development of the Callao Historical City Center". Proposal of strategic guidelines and program, to coordinate big scale infrastructure ongoing projects with medium scale urban renovation projects, encouraging investement for the preservation of heritage and for upgrading degradated residential areas.

Urban Planner Assistant

Roger Martinez Proyectos Urbanos | Caracas, Venezuela June 2006 - Dec 2010

Development of local plan for Indigenous Community of Paraitepuy (Gran Sabana National Park), organization of fieldwork, interviews with action groups; report and presentation to CVG Edelca and the community. Quantity surveying for three projects of aqueducts, sewers and drains to supply Informal Settlements built on hilly terrain in Baruta Municipality. Researcher at identifying priorities of conservation of ecosistems for a territorial scale project facing the Atlantic Sea and its biodiversity.


awards & recognitions

Recultivating the Garden City of Kumasi

2012 | Travel Grant for Thesis Research in Ghana

Worked in a team with students from Columbia University (New York) and KNUST (Ghana). Organized by UDL (New York) and consisting of lectures and visits to 3 strategic areas of the city; representing conditions of periphery, ring road area and city center. The aim was to ellaborate design strategies for the development of Kumasi.

2012 | European Grant for Intensive Program “Recycling City”

[February 2013 | Urban Design Lab | Kumasi, Ghana]

Recycling City

[June 2012 | EMU - IUAV University of Venice | Venice, Italy]

Worked in a team with European Master of Urbanism students and Atlantis Students from PARSONS The New School for Design, on a local, urban based project, involving the concept of the recycling city. The work was published along with other academic research in a publication through the University of Venice, Italy.

Re-considering the Village in the (Expanding) City

[February 2012 | KUL Belgium & PKU China | Beijing, China]

Individual interpretative mapping after fieldwork performed in groups in Taihu (Beijing, China). The main purpose was to ellaborate research questions for the Landscape Urbanism Design Studio in KU Leuven and present an individual panel to the local and academic authorities in Beijing, China.

Caracas Ciudad de Agua (Caracas Watercity) [March 2009 | Glocalstudio | Caracas, Venezuela]

Worked in a team with profesionals specialized in water issues, graphic artists, biologists, and architecture and planning students. Workshop organized by Glocalstudio in collaboration with Professors of the University of Hanover. It was supported by the German Goethe Institut, Central and Simon Bolivar Universities, the Municipality of Chacao and the Contemporary Art Museum of Caracas Sofia Imber.


Re-Envisioning Health in Kumasi. Spatial Strategies

[April 2014 | Copyright Columbia University Press | First Edition | ISBN 9781312084025] ebook/product-21570324.html

Recycling City. Lyfecycles, Embodied Energy, Inclusion

[November 2012 | Giavedone Editore, Pordenone | edited by Lorenzo Fabian, Emanuel Giannotti, Paola Viganòóo | IUAV University of Venice | EMU]

Oostende... Weaving the Net. Strategic Spatial Planning Studio [April 2012 | Oostendse Oosterover | ASRO Leuven] see: htt://

VLIR UOS | Leuven, Belgium

Lifelong Learning Programme Erasmus | Venice, Italy

2012 - 2013 | Student Representative for MaUSP

POC (standing educational committee) KUL | Leuven, Belgium

2005 - 2006 | Student Representative for Urban Planning Urban Studies Academic Council USB | Caracas, Venezuela

2001-2007 | President of Aikido Club USB

Department of Student Organizations | Caracas, Venezuela

academic references

Bruno De Meulder | KUL Director of MaUSP & MaHS

Kelly Shannon | AHO - KUL

Professor | Institute of Urbanism and Landscape

Oscar Olinto Camacho | USB - AA

Professor of Urban Dynamics and Structure

Roger Martinez | USB

Professor of Urban Planning

Director at Roger Martinez Proyectos Urbanos Urban Planning Studies Coordinator 2005-2008 Director of Urban and Regional Studies Inst., USB 2008-2011 / +58-412- 5568816

professional references

Fundacion Fondo Andres Bello UCV

Frank Marcano | President


Begoñna Goicoechea | Promotion & Urban Planning Manager [] +58 (212) 761.6515/ 761.8826/ 761.4750

Inteplan - Glocalstudio Dietrich Kunckel | Director [] [] +58 (212) 9919113


Leopoldo Paoli | Managing Director []

Carlos Rendo | Managing Director [] +58 (212) 9510372



academic projects 2 0 11 - 2 0 1 3

Advanced Urban Studies Master of Urbanism and Strategic Planning [MaUSP] Katholieke Universiteit Leuven [KUL]


kumasi, ghana

254 km2 1,17 million inhabitants


academic projects

fall 2012

final individual thesis project

kumarket. distending trading ecologies on contested space

KUMARKET expresses the idea of Kumasi as a Market, where a better configuration of activities and infrastructure start to open spaces for the distending trading ecologies operating at KCM.

traders that have a symbiotic relation with the main market, as well as many traders located in different roads near the central area.

Considering the reactivation of the railtracks as a probable scenario, the first proposal is to split the main station into two multimodal stations towards the south and northeast edges of the inner ring road. This relocation would be more efficient in the sense that the main industries are located in those sides of the city.

The central area conceived as a market can start to accommodate other actors that don`t have space to access the “formal� city. An enormous entrepreneurial potential can be developed in the city center. The area selected for this exercise is the Kumasi Station Railtracks.

The need to restructure and to generate a co-ordinated multi modal system of stations, following a hierarchy of access and spaces would be translated into the incorporation of a tram line in the abandoned railtracks. This mean of transport requires less space, therefore a big area can be available for development.

After analyze the different actors contesting the space of the railtracks, made imperative the application of some measurements in order to keep this area working for the city, and not generating more problems such as congestion, pollution and lack of access to quality of life.

On the other hand, the trading identity and dynamic of the city make evidence the need for more space that should be an answer for the different forms of appropriation in the city. KCM has reached its capacity and now a vast area is invaded by informal

One of the main aspects that should be incorporated in any proposal for this site is to respect the pedestrian dynamic, where the people, and not the cars, dominate the space, but in a efficient and profitable way.


Viviana d’Auria


Prof. Bruno de Meulder Margaret Macharia Prince Aboagye Anokye


kumarket. distending trading ecologies on contested space deconstructing kejetia central market WA







< A



kejetia lorry park kcm buildings adjacent to kcm kumasi railway station secondary terminal railtracks

kejetia lorry park

north border of kejetia central market


kejetia central market

framing trading ecologies wholesalers


single retail sellers

mixed retail sellers

Transport Hub


Temporary Traders


<Inexpensive and small products>

<variety and rapid shopping>

Mixed Retail Sellers <Variety and complementary products>

mobile traders

Single Retail Sellers <Specialized and attractiveness>

kejetia central market daily cycle


informal economy, street trading and appropriation of space railtracks


fenced green area


green area




temporary traders


traffic islands and medians occupied




KCM and Kejetia Lorry Park


Kejetia Lorry Park


Sidewalks appropriated at Fante New Town GRCL Buildings and tracks Green Fenced Area

urban fabric

green fenced area

green fenced area


GRCL buildings and tracks



Kejetia Lorry Park



traffic islands and medians

Sidewalks appropriated at the CBD

Kumasi Zoo

railtracks. a contested space railtracks with potential to be reactivated

pedestrian traffic

new buildings giving back to the tracks

temporary and mobile traders

urban agriculture

internal periphery


kumarket. distending trading ecologies on contested space metropolitan vision WA

local vision kejetia central market markets trading corridors commercial ring industries knust kumasi airport railtracks public transport system






pedestrian lane

cluster of urban agriculture

mobile traders

single retailers

conceptual section



temporary traders on platforms


passeig markets kejetia lorry park main roads tram tracks tram stops

conceptual plan

platforms with temporary traders

single retailers cargo platform

fenced cluster of urban agriculture

fenced green space

transport platform (+0,60m)

access from street

single and mixed retailers


single retailers

5 10

mobile traders


pedestrian lane

cluster of urban agriculture

pedestrian lane

controlled access

public transport system

transport platform

pedestrian lane


kortrijk, belgium 80 km2 75.219 inhabitants


academic projects

fall 2012

urbanism studio

kortrijk. requalifying infrastructures The city of Kortrijk is undergoing a major metamorphosis, due to the increasing rationalization of health care and education. The four historic hospitals in the city center are closing their doors while being replaced by one brand new facility along the highway. The schools system is undergoing a similar development. These ongoing transformations have to be added to the consequences of the desindustrialization that devastated the city in different shocks and waves since the petrol crisis of the 1970s.

Commercially, the center is suffering from competition of big retail facilities in the periphery and it is without saying that convents and churches already lost most of their significance a long time ago. Short, the historic core of Kortrijk is losing a lot of exactly the central functions which in the past provided it its centrality. Last but not least, a lot of infrastructure realized the last 50 years to accommodate the car, proves to be oversized, misconceived and impossible to maintain as such. The Urbanism Studio proposes to rethinh the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s infrastructure to reframe the city and to generate ample place for new development concepts for the (historic) city with its multitude of vacancies. The studio forms part of the ongoing design research investigations of OSA - Research Group Urbanism and Architecture- in the region of Kortrijk.

guidance Prof. Bruno de Meulder Ivan Llach Catherine Vilquin Beatrice De Carli


The studio was divided in three groups (each of 9 participants), with each group functioning as an office. Each office developed 3 strategic projects to strengthen the overall vision.

strategic project team mejias, s.(venezuela), wondimu, s. (ethiopy), dinh chien, t. (vietnam), vergani, f. (venezuela) 21

interfaces: bridging ecologies analysis 0




productive landscape 0

patch dynamics





hard patches



soft patches


Within the patch dynamics of Kortrijk, the east boundary of the city is here

In view of the up-coming transformations that are inevitable along this

recognized as an extreme case of massive mono-functional, inert patch-

axis, the project recognizes and reinforces different systems of ecology

work of productivity - where the role of mobility infrastructures has been

and activity, with the aim to promote stronger forms of integration be-

to enclose tangential movements around the city.

tween the existing urban patches.

existing conditions 0





water structure

green structure


strategy_proposed systems 0





water machines

green spine

destinations & accesibility






this view...




The resulting intervention is further justified by the services it provides

With the intention of creating a more coherent â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;wholeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; out of the pres-

to the inhabitants of Kortrijk. The structuring elements of the axis,

ently fragmented structure of the city, water treatment infrastructures

found in the existing blue-green systems of the landscape, serve as a

are conceived as the basic structural backbone; three major systems

means to re-envision both the ring and the canal, as well as to create

of places as the major organs; and green elements as the flesh that

new addresses that filter the entry to the city from the East.

holds everything together.

1 2







1000 m


beijing, china

80 km2 75.219 inhabitants


academic projects

spring 2012

landscape urbanism design studio

re-considering the village in the expanding city. taihu, china

The Taihu and Yizhuang Districts are 30 kilometers away from Beijing and southeast of the city´`s 6th ring road. The low-lying area is between two large/ new densified towns, Tongzhou (an important city in China`s history, being at terminus of the Grand Canal) and Yizhuang, which serve as regional service centers. The areas presently has a population of 83.000, clustered in 46 villages (including Ciqu New Town) and is expected to triple its population in the coming 10 years. The dispersed patchwork of residential, industrial and agricultural land includes wetlands and ponds that support fish farming and lotus cultivation. Within the Beijing master-planning ideal, the territory was envisioned as one of the socalled “green wedges” between the first and second green rings of the city, however, unstoppable urban growth has thwarted such plans and the site will inevitably become an extension of Beijing itself -clearly reinforced by the introduc-

tion of the high speed train that bisects the area (connecting Beijing-Tianjin). Built between 2005-8, travel time from the site to Beijing`s Forbidden City from the site`s Yizhuang Station will be 20 minutes. The study area to be investigated in Taihu and Yizhuang Districts occupies an area of roughly 180km2 and is on relatively flat area (7.8-8.3 meters above sea level). Amongst the 46 villages that occupied the study area, 14 were bull-dozen in 2010 to make way for a planned commercial and office development south of the Yizhuang Station area; 6000 inhabitants were relocated to residential slabs in neighbouring Ciqu New Town. Of the remaining settlements in the study area, Taihu Town is the largest (with 4000 inhabitants). There are also a number of villages that have developed specialized crafts in history and in the contemporary economy. There is also Beijing International Book City - a large warehouse-like building between Taihu and Hujiafa Village that has a regional draw.

guidance Prof. Kelly Shannon Viviana d’Auria


The studio was divided in three groups (each of 8 participants), with each group functioning as an office. Each office developed 4 strategic projects to strengthen (and revise) the overall vision. The studio focused on three phases of a design and policy process: urban analysis, urban visions for the region and development of strategic urban projects.

o ff i c e t e a m

bolik, i. (germany), tao,c. (china), hautekiet, l. (belgium), ilie, b. (romania), wei, l. (china), willemse, t. (belgium), moerman, m. (belgium), vergani, f. (venezuela)

strategic project team

moerman, mieke (belgium), vergani, francesca (venezuela),


serve the city / serve the village office project

The title “Serve the City, Serve the Village” originates in the 1944s,

City Area, 1975

when Mao used the slogan “Serve the People” for his political campaign. As Taihu is located on the fringe of the rapidly growing metropolis of Beijing, the area will inevitably become part of the city fabric. Currently however, the identity of Taihu features a clear contrast between dense traditional villages and open fields defined by the highly depleted irrigation system. City Area, 1988

In order to mantain such characteristics, Taihu has to serve the city by becoming a valuable asset for its urban logics. Beijing produces a considerable amount of garbage, has very polluted water infrastructure flowing through it, is clouded by heavily polluted air - amongst the worst values in China - and has exploding population in desperate need for new housing.

City Area, 1992

City Area, 1996

1940´s: mao´s famous political slogan

City Area, 2002

2012: a new vision for taihu

fast expanding metropole beijing

(source: master plan of beijing 2002-2020) (Source: Master Plan of Beijing 2002 – 2020)


serve the city

provide a protective + productive forest

create a wet land again

keep & requalify villages + provide new housing/diversity

landfill art and energy

clean the air

purify sewage

provide housing

take the garbage

waterstructures as the underlaying system

serve the village

from nimby -not in my backyardto wimby - welcome in my backyard

Turning these problems into assets has led to the complete reversal of the NIMBY (Not in my backyard) approach to a WIMBY concept: Welcome In My Backyard. Welcome garbage, we shall mould you into fascinating landfill art. Welcome dirty water, we will let you flow and treat you until a purified sewage system will provide Taihu with a hydrologically sustainable condition once again. An embracing forest will clean the polluted air and at the same time provide protection to the area, reconverting the agricultural patterns into wind corridors and reinforcing a productive landscape. New residential housing will be provided in accordance with the scenario of seeing Taihu´s population double by 2020, without however destroying the existing clustered change between dense urban fabric and open fields

fabric and its connection with the intermidiate landscape. 29

A vision for the future of Taihu is developed which, while serving the city with new spatial qualities, new work opportunities, introduces recreational uses and re-qualifies the tradituonal village housing by injecting more diversity and services. Ultimately, it also serves the village and the people of Taihu.


1. purification step 2. purification step 3. purification step canal system rivers original ponds protective forest

domesticated forest fodder crops chinese herbs recreational turf treenursery

orchard vegetables medow in the Forest soil phytoremediation wind corridor

village industry high rise development new neighborhoods landfill/ garbagehill




terrain of water. taihu as a water cleaning machine strategic project sequencing sections

Based on the premise “Serve the CIty, Serve the village”, the site is

overall scheme 200m


porposed as a cleaning landscape for grey and black water. Topography, water infrastructure, seasonality and level of water pollution in Taihu and its surroundings are all to play a role. Two systems are taken into account.


Firstly grey water from the villages is treated with reed ponds that are integrated with the village clusters and city fabric. An aerated lagoon


is the most compatible system with Beijing´s cold climate and is imag-


ined as the outcome of three low-tech treatment phases which occur after a preliminary filtering phase.


The sewage system is divided over two existing water structures, the first one being the fourth branch canal. The second structure is located along the fifth branch canal, in the southern part of the site. 500 m

Existing agricultural and built landscape features configure the new

2 km

1 km Primary treatment North-West area

Primary treatment clustered villages

Secondary treatment North-West area

Secondary treatment clustered villages

Tertiary treatment North-West area

Tertiary treatment clustered villages

Tertiary treatment North-West area

Canal structure with treated water Existing polluted canal and rivers

Primary treatment clustered villages South-East of the Liangshui River Secondary treatment clustered villages South-East of the Liangshui River Tertiary treatment clustered villages South-East of the Liangshui River

Primary treatment Ciqu Town and surroundings Secondary treatment Ciqu Town and surroundings Tertiary treatment Ciqu Town and surroundings Tertiary treatment Ciqu Town and surroundings Town Clustered village Sewage flow

waterscape. Finally the system proposes recreational water elements downstream as well as irrigated land. The highly polluted Liangshui and Xiataihou Rivers are treated separetely long their course by plants and shellfish. 31




Liangshui|Xiaotaihu River

Primary treatment North-West area

Primary treatment clustered villages

Primary treatment Ciqu Town and surroundings

Floodable area with river treatment

Secondary treatment North-West area

Secondary treatment clustered villages

Secondary treatment Ciqu Town and surroundings

Tertiary treatment North-West area

Tertiary treatment clustered villages

Tertiary treatment Ciqu Town and surroundings

Clustered villages

Tertiary treatment North-West area

Tonghui North Canal untreated

Existing canal structure used for treatment system

Tonghui North Canal treated to the level of agricultural irrigation

Existing canal structure used for irrigation

Primary treatment clustered villages South-East of the Liangshui River Secondary treatment clustered villages South-East of the Liangshui River Tertiary treatment clustered villages South-East of the Liangshui River

Tertiary treatment Ciqu Town and surroundings

Existing ďŹ sh ponds used for productive landscape Existing ďŹ sh ponds used for productive landscape




5m stone path

concrete terrace


stone path

flower market [c - c’]

ping pong area


wooden platform

water canal

wooden platform


flower market

open market


open market

flower market



concrete terrace

productive platform | floodable terraces [b - b’] 20m

stone path

watching tpwer




connection path

stormwater park [a - a’]

concrete terrace

Liangshui river

wooden terrace

5m restaurants

main path


wooden platform

weeping willow tree




productive ponds



productive waterscape

individual project








oostende, belgium

37,72 km2 70.284 inhabitants

semester timetline


academic projects

f a l l 2 0 11

strategic spatial planning studio

oostende...weaving the net

This report is showing the results of a team of 16 people working together - 14 students and 2 professors. We never met before, we all have different backgrounds, origins, languages, cultural ways, vocabularies and meanings to explain and understand conceptual and abstract ideas. The main challenge was to work together as one big team, all on the same case study with the same goals and intentions. The case study we were dealing with was Oostende, a Flemish City on the Belgian Seaside. Most of us had never heard about this city, most of us had never even been in Belgium before. We can already say that we have learned as much about “What is strategic spatial planning” than about “How to work as a one big team”. And we will see that these two processes can be compared on many levels – starting with the variety of actors, with sometime contradictory interests, implied in the process. So, how have we proceed, how did we produce this report and how to read it?

In the previous page, a timeline of the semester is showing our work out. Step by step, day-by-day, we have learned how to organise the tasks in a coherent way, listening to everybody’s opinions, ideas and questions. We visited the city, met stakeholders and some other actors who are also interested in the potential development of the city. We maintained the communication with them to be helped and informed. We had many turntables, endless discussions between 3, 4, 14 or 16 people! We had some moments of questioning, some times of disillusion but mainly great moments of sharing, learning, complicity, of strong motivations and engagements! Without any doubt, Strategic Spatial Planning deals with passion! We organised and re-organised the teams and their topics of research. Thus a “synthesis group”, which later became the “common group”, had been quickly recognised as necessary to reach this consistency and assume the information sharing between each team and member.The report reflects the result of a strong coordination and of a rich engagement of each member.

guidance Prof. Jan Schreurs Bart Pluym


The studio consisted on a big team of 14 people working for a common vision and it was divided in three groups (4/5/5 participants), each group developed strategic projects to strengthen the overall vision. An online publication of the final report is available on: see: htt://

studio team

jacob, j. (belgium), voigt carvalho, a. (brazil), kaonga, c. (zambia), kabir, s. (iran), senol, g (turkey), zaraj, e. (albania), lakic, s (bosnia herzegovina), kim, j. (south korea), okemwa, e. (kenya), fernandez, p. (spain), rad, m. (iran), ying, xie (china), mejias, s. (venezuela), vergani, f. (venezuela)

strategic project team

voigt carvalho, a. (brazil), kaonga, c. (zambia), kabir, s. (iran), ying, x. (china), vergani, f. (venezuela)


oostende... weaving the net studio project

conceptual plan of the common vision


Oostende, a city adapted to its context, having its own identity but

Design criteria based on diversity, while respecting different back-

being part of a system of Harbors in the Belgian Coast

grounds, lifestyles, traditions and history

Eliminating physical and social barriers that fragment the city, con-

An attractive city for younger, offering quality of life, culture and edu-

necting and integrating through a system of public spaces. Open the

cation. At the same time respecting elders who enjoy and participate

sights from west to east and from east to west

contributing to city´s life

The Old Harbor as a catalyst for a change connected with the City

A participative and dynamic community that is welcoming and that

Center, creating the new core of the city

recognizes â&#x20AC;&#x153;the otherâ&#x20AC;?

public spaces network. cohesion through network strategic project

In order to appreciate the fragmentation, the city was viewed from the various aspects of functionalities such as the land use i.e. urban centre, residential, beach, commercial, green area, camping and industrials; transport infrastructure, landscape and public spaces and buildings. The intersections of at least two of the different modes of transportation create very important points within the transport network.The landscape consisted of beach, green areas, natural dunes system and the blue areas. Public spaces with facilities included beach, pedestrian ways, square/parks, museum, school/university and casino, landmarks In a bid to identify the critical areas of possible strategic intervention, a logical approach was devised to arrive at the most likely locations for the projects. The various functionalities identified above were mapped. The different layers (maps) were subsequently overlapped and spots of convergence were located. These were referred to as nodes.


lighthouse project individual project

- Creation of mobility and accessibility conditions that endorse cohesive urban spaces, connecting the different places/spaces and making possible the easy access to people. - Promotion of the existing networks of flows (such as roads, pedestrian circulation, etc.) continuity, in order to allow easy access to the entire urban network, avoiding the creation of barriers. - Promotion of multifunctionality in the network of places/spaces, ranging from commerce, residential and services to facilities and entertainment / recreational activities. - Promotion of functional complementarity between several places/ spaces in the city, always keeping the principle of proximity in mind.

built heritage_lighthouse lighthouse project


amphibus A link from the station to the east bank by way of amphibian bus (amphibus) is proposed. Being an attraction by itself, it avoids complicated instalations.

cultural centre / permeable structure Based on the project â&#x20AC;&#x153;Parque Exploraâ&#x20AC;? designed by Architect Alejandro Echeverri (Medellin, Colombia), a permeable Cultural Centre is proposed in the industrial structure near the lighthouse. The proposed use for this Centre is longlife education programs and iteractive cultural activities that enrich and entertained youngers and olders.

cultural centre / spots Complementing the project, some interactive activities related with the main function of the Cultural Centre can be spread trough kiosks and cultural / artistic installations, protecting the space but proposing uses that allow soft interaction with the natural heritage.

cultural centre / services building Considering the lighthouse as a joint, another structure with same architectural guidelines is proposed. The building might contain some commercial services related with the cultural use, e.g. Restaurants, souvenirs shops. The structure could be used for communal services compatible with the residential use of both banks.

timber decks Using as a reference Corrubedo Park in Spain, a set of elevated timber decks is proposed in the dunes. This eco-friendly intervention would protect environment permitting the natural movement of the sand and its vegetation. At the same time they could connect the remained Atlantic wall structures with the proposed Cultural centre and the Fort Napoleon.

amphitheater An open air amphitheater based on St. Kilda Promenade in Melbourne, Australia, is proposed next to Fort Napoleon This less invasive intervention could be used for relaxing and hosting certain outdoor activities. It should be equipped with a retractable roof covering to protect the people from sometimes hostile wind and dust. 39


academic projects 2002 - 2008

Urban Planning Studies_Universidad Sim贸n Bol铆var (USB)

[5] Strategic Guidelines for Urban Renewal of the Callao Historical Center_Final Thesis Project


callao (lima), peru 146.98 km2 888,798 inhabitants


academic projects


final thesis project

strategic guidelines for urban renewal of the callao historical center The Callao Historical Center (CHC), in Lima, Peru, is a very important architectural and cultural legacy for the country. The Regional Government of Callao has had the initiative to develop large-scale projects within the Callao Region, e.g. Malecon del Milenio and Costa Verde Highway. These large developments have a common joint in the Historical Center of Callao, which represents one of the main heritage architectural gems in the country but unfortunately it was abandoned after an earthquake in 1940 and the intensive growing of Lima, offering a more attractive lifestyle. Currently the CHC is in a high state of deterioration, and is characterized by high levels of insecurity, abandoned structures and incompatible uses within it’s tourist vocation. Some efforts have been made to improve the physical conditions such as the recuperation of some squares and public spaces, while simultaneously launching a program to “adopt a balcony” which encourage private companies to sponsor the recuperation of some balconies that are part of the architectural heritage of the city. The thesis focuses on developing Strategic Guidelines which aim to synchronize these efforts and propose a program that

allows the City Center to become a ’booster’ for the residential and commercial area, preventing the structures to become part of the harbour by proposing new uses and structures to promote the touristic activity of the area. Diagnosis was developed after literature review from heritage archives and history of the city , field visits, surveys and mapping the different conditions of the structures, resulting in a series of thematic plans and SWOT analysis. This diagnosis resulted in the zoning of the study area and description of the current role. Subsequently the proposal for the sector was developed, which is based on a functional diagram that explains the role proposed and the Strategic Guidelines developed in detail by sector within the study area. It is important to propose solutions that consider both spatial and physical aspects of economic, social and environmental. In this sense, it is essential to have policies that address not only the ornament of the city, but the quality of life of its people , ensuring adequate living conditions through access to services, employment and growth opportunities.

institution Callao Regional Government (CRG)

promoters Prof. Roger Martinez (USB) Arch. Javier Vidal (CRG) 43

strategic guidelines for urban renewal of the callao historical center callao historical center


DIAGNÓSTICO. Ubicación y Relación con el Contexto PERÚ




Costa Peruana Océano Pacífico Río Rímac Base Naval de la Marina de Guerra Principal Aeropuerto Jorge Chávez Principal Puerto

DIAGNÓSTICO. Ubicación y Relación con el Contexto


Ferrocarril de carga




CENTRO HISTÓRICO Segunda Ciudad mas industrializada del país Costa Peruana Océano Pacífico Río Rímac Base Naval de la Marina de Guerra Principal Aeropuerto Jorge Chávez Principal Puerto


Ferrocarril de carga Segunda Ciudad mas industrializada del país aerial view of the study area

lima-callao evolution 45

mapping and zoning of the study area


PROPUESTA.por Lineamientos Estratégicos por Sector PROPUESTA. Lineamientos Estratégicos por Sector ineamientos Estratégicos Sector

volumetric and programmatic proposals




PROPUESTA. Lineamientos Estratégicos por Sector

A. Lineamientos Estratégicos porLineamientos Sector PROPUESTA. Estratégicos por Sector PROPUESTA. Lineamientos Estratégicos por Sector PLAZA GÁLVEZ


PROPUESTA. Lineamientos Estratégicos por Sector


Se plantean conectores en las Calles Miller y Gálvez,

lantea el cambio de uso de la edificación

los cuales establecerán un vínculo entre las EnMatriz estos yejes se plantean servicios turísticos como

za ubicada en el jirón Salaverry, el cual

Gálvez. En estos se propone la mejora de las fachadas pal Hotel de la zona de estudio, con cafés agencias de viaje y oficinas de turismo. En cuanto al Adicionalmente se plantea yuna nueva el mantenimiento de sus pavimentos. En cuanto al

uso comercial se plantea que este dirigido a la venta cación en ruinas que se encuentra la usos, se plantean comercios locales cambioende que llejón Valega, el cual sería sustituido por de souvenir y artesanías, este tipo de comercios

sirvan tanto a turistas como a los residentes de la

3 pisos con restaurantes y servicios

zona, asi como servicios turísticos básicos como permite establecer una conexión atractiva entre la parte se plantea la restauración de la agencias bancarias, centros telefónicos, internet, la reemplazada plantean conectores en las Calles Miller y Gálvez, zona hotelera y elSeReal Felipe. se plantea el cambio de uso de la edificación Seotros. plantean conectores en las Calles Miller y Gálvez, entre los cuales establecerán un vínculo entre las Matriz y Para este sector se plantea el cambio de uso de la edificación Plaza ubicada en el jirón Salaverry, el cual En estos ejes seGálvez. plantean servicios los cuales establecerán vínculo entre lasjirón Matriz y En estos se proponeturísticos la mejora decomo las fachadas envolvente de un la Plaza ubicada en el Salaverry, el cual principal Hotel de la zona de estudio, con cafés y el mantenimiento de sus pavimentos. En cuanto al pasaríase a propone ser el principal Hotel dede la agencias zonafachadas de estudio, con cafés Gálvez. la mejora las iso. Adicionalmente se plantea una nuevaEn estos de viaje y oficinas de turismo. En cuanto al cambio de usos, se plantean comercios locales que en el primer piso.pavimentos. Adicionalmente planteaal una nueva edificación en ruinas que se encuentra la y el en mantenimiento de sus Ensecuanto sirvan a turistas como a los residentes uso se en plantea que este dirigido a la venta de la estructura en la edificación en ruinas quecomercial se encuentra la tanto el callejón Valega, el cual sería sustituido cambioporde usos, se plantean comercios locales que intersección con el callejón Valega, el cual sería sustituidozona, por asi como servicios turísticos básicos como de 3 pisos con restaurantes y servicios de souvenir este centros tipo detelefónicos, comercios agencias bancarias, internet, sirvan tanto a turistas como a los residentes de la y artesanías,

tra parte se plantea la restauración de la

ua a la reemplazada

zona, asi

una edificación de 3 pisos con restaurantes y servicios entre otros. como servicios básicos como turísticos. Por otra turísticos parte se plantea la restauración de la permite establecer una conexión

edificación contigua a la reemplazada agencias bancarias, centros telefónicos, internet, zona hotelera y el Real Felipe. entre otros.

atractiva entre la

En estos ejes se plantean servicios turísticos como agencias de viaje y oficinas de turismo. En cuanto al uso comercial se plantea que este dirigido a la venta de souvenir y artesanías, este tipo de comercios permite establecer una conexión atractiva entre la zona hotelera y el Real Felipe.



professional projects

2 0 0 6 - 2 0 11

Glocalstudio [6] Urban Shortcuts_Research Project [7] Master Plan Dalla Costa_Private Project Roger Martinez Proyectos Urbanos / CVG Edelca [8] Paraitepuy Master Plan_Private Project



433 km2 3,220,540 inhabitants (2010)


L s F d g o c

L a r p

©Bela Kunckel_Urban Shortcuts


A la e s n r v u


professional projects


urban shortcuts

approach to a model of structure and accesibility for hilltown developments

This study focuses on the issue of the ordering of residential developments, especially ‘favellas’ on steep slopes (hilltown developments). In the case of Caracas, the study explores the phenomenon of “informal hilltown developments” and its possible integration into the urban structure of the city, formally planned. While these informal hilltown developments are an urban reality experienced by most of the population of Caracas and an integral part of the image of the city, its systematic arrangement has not been sustained attention from planners and authorities. These large sections of the city, in the worst cases were excluded from urban plans and in the the best cases were the subject of policies of “improvement”, whose success has been limited, simplistic, and in some cases, questionable, due the imbalance between costs and benefits. As a result, the question is raised of which have been the reasons for the lack of viable proposals to achieve a substantial improvement in the quality of life of the inhabitants of the “hilltown developments”. This study starts from the assumption that the main factor was lack of solutions that have not been adapted to the topography of these neighbourhoods.

Recognizing the topography as the dominant element in determining the characteristics of the developments built on steep land, has had the suspicion that traditional planning instruments have not been able to recognize the problems inherent in these areas properly, leading to no solutions tailored to their specific characteristics. For this reason, special effort was made to explore non-traditional and ‘out of the box’ cases to diagnose and define the problem of urban informal settlements and formulate concepts for planning and structuring approaches. It has been the aim of the study to arrive at a preliminary proposal for a model that is generally applicable and has the potential to foster ongoing and sustainable way the ordering of these urban areas and substantially improve its accessibility and mobility and to contribute to improving the quality of life of its inhabitants.

team Dietrich Kunckel Bela Kunckel Carolina Reyes Ana Gonzalez Francesca Vergani 51

planificada con la finalidad de garantizar las condiciones mínimas de calidad de vida en cuanto a movilidad

urban shortcuts

approach to a model of structure and accesibility for hilltown developments


os o asentamientos informales en s latinoamericanos son un tópico ebido a las similitudes y puntos de a que los identifican. Caracterizados emas políticos, sociales y cos similares, los asentamientos es han sido la respuesta ante roblemas de desempleo, falta de de vivienda, y distribución desigual enada de los recursos económicos, nes internas, entre otros. do con Baldó y Villanueva en la ón Un Plan para los Barrios de “los barrios son asentamientos ales de desarrollo progresivo, os a partir de invasiones de que no pertenecen a sus residentes plan, o más específicamente, un , que cubra los requerimientos a r por toda urbanización producida mente en la misma ciudad y . rrio o asentamiento informal es n embargo existen ciertos patrones comunes en torno a su formación. neral, suelen establecerse en residuales y/o periféricos de la onde las limitaciones topográficas o ciones de riesgo no permiten el o formal de la ciudad, y ante la falta das efectivas que impidan su lotes de terreno poco apropiados esarrollo de vivienda son ocupados 5.1 ¿CUAND O ES NECESARIO? e un sistema de auto-organización, a como resultado el desarrollo de K:\[] urban shortcuts\Fotos e Imagenes\Salida de Campo 22.01.09 a orgánica y espontánea.

4.3 CREANDO LA HORIZONTALIDAD 4.1 UNA MIRADA AL DESARROLLO EN PENDIENTE COMO EDIFICIO URB S:\xx [] urban shortcuts\xx dvd 04\00 ccs-d i p l o m\00 vortrag\190

La un estructura u Contraste entre desarrollo infor (San Agustín) de Parq dey las losTorres asentam Central, Caracas. Las torres mas a informales en Caracas y Sur América y las segu mas altas dependiente Latinoaméricarequ (64 pis 225m de altura)

la intervención planificada con Llamar a Greta Galia parade tomar finalidad garla desde Plaza Venezuela, o DK des las condiciones Teresa Carreño mínimas de cal vida en cuanto movilidad

En términos generales, la inserción de estos sistemas se podría justificar cuando:

S:\xx [] urban shortcuts\xx dvd 04\00 ccs-d i p l o m\00 vortrag\190

Existe un promedio de desplazamiento peatonal superior al estándar. Situación presente en la mayoría de los asentamientos urbanos formales o informales.

Grafico mas explicito

La pendiente a superar o el recorrido vertical peatonal del origen al destino, mayor a 15 metros. Densidad alta. Afluencia de peatones elevada. La misma infiere tácitamente la adecuación de un u otro sistema. Cantidad de poblacion La necesidad de la intervención se refuerza cuando se evidencia un déficit de espacios públicos y servicios de ámbito primario

S:\xx [] urban shortcuts\xx dvd 04\00 ccs-d i p l o m\00 vortrag\190


la palomera. two views of an informal townhill settlement

T:\[] urban shortcuts\Info de Urbanshortcuts en ARCHIVE\2. La Palomera\Imagenes DVD4


S:\xx [] urban shortcuts\xx dvd 04\00 ccs-d i p l o m\00 vortrag\190

premises for mobility and accesibility model

medios condicio dinámic T:\[] urban shortcuts\Info de Urbanshortcuts en ARCHIVE\2. La Palomera\Imagenes DVD4

No se tr sino de sistema transpor moviliza peatone

La confi desarro pendien el edific vislumb inserció mecaniz público


CALLE?) ©Bela Kunckel_Urban Shortcuts T:\[] urban shortcuts\Info de Urbanshortcuts en ARCHIVE\2. La Palomera\Imagenes DVD4

T:\[] urban shortcuts\Seminario

S:\xx [] urban shortcuts\xx dvd 0

©Bela Kunckel_Urban Shortcuts

nshortcuts en ARCHIVE\2. La Palomera\Imagenes DVD4

©Bela Kunckel_Urban Shortcuts

©Bela Kunckel_Urban Shortcuts S:\xx [] urban shortcuts\xx dvd 03\003\m a q u e t a s 2\Bela 2. Teil

vertical transportation systems and posibilities on implementation


el caso de los sectores Campo Rojo y Berríos, éstos se encuentran en un escenario

n belleza, al encontrarse en el tramo final del Río Caroní en su confluencia con el R

noco, con un alto potencial recreativo y con áreas que ameritan su conservac

ológica, que de hecho en el Plan Maestro del Savepor este sector de Dalla Costa junto c

ciudad guayana, venezuela stillito (que se encuentra en el borde izquierdo del Río Caroní), conforman parte de 433 km 2

850,262 inhabitants (2011)

puesta de espacios abiertos que se planteó en dicho instrumento, y que se pued

egrar a todo el sistema de áreas verdes y recreativas de Ciudad Guayana.


Imagen II. 40. Vista Aérea de la Confluencia de los Ríos Orinoco y Caroní

professional projects


urban development plan for UD-151

(campo rojo, dalla costa and berrios)

The Design Unit (UD) 151, Campo Rojo, Dalla Costa and Berrios, is located extreme northwest San Félix sector of the city, on the right bank of the Caroni River. It is composed by five units of urban design called La Laguna, Guaiparo, Sabana Piedra, Los Arenales and Las Piedritas. These sectors are considered informal since their occupation was not planned or asisted by any public institution, bringing some issues as lack of facilities, water supply issues, electricity shortages among others. On the other hand, this Plan is part of Master Plan for the System of Green Areas with recreational potential (SAVEPOR) which is a tool for planning , management and management of green areas that are considered as a major integrated and diversified park system and recreational areas (recreational and cultural spaces differentiated), related to the Caroni River and the surrounding urban context, accessible to the public in a controlled manner, and seeks to expand the recreational offer of Ciudad Guayana in the contemplative, scenic, educational aspects, research and articles, without interfering with the operation requirements of the Lower Caroni Hydroelectric System (main electrical supplier for the country). The configuration and location of geographic areas Savepor in the city center and on the Caroni River, allow Ciudad Guayana has a “blue-green heart” as opposed to traditional venezuelan cities, where the center is the point of maximum density in the urban development. This presents a unique opportunity to create an urban and environmental landmark, symbol of the region of great environmental value.


Bolivarian Municipality of Caroni Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela


Kunckel, D., Kunckel, B., Reyes, C., Gonzalez, A., Vergani, F., Vila, E. , Parraga, Z., Williams, E., Posligua, L. 55

urban development plan for UD-151

En cuanto a la trama urbana se puede observar que, mientras el tejido urbano de San Félix

(campo rojo, dalla costa and berrios)

presenta redes viales planificadas, el Sector Dalla Costa presenta un tejido orgánico y fractálico que resulta de la ocupación anárquica del terreno. Esta trama genera manzanas irregulares y de tamaños variados que no permiten el desarrollo armónico del sector.

The guidelines and criteria for the ellaboration of the Plan for the UD 151 were based on • Defining the urban edge with respect to safety requirements , ensuring the feasibility of monitoring and control of security spaces Caroni River, specially regarding the floodable areas during rain season. • Reconcile security requirements with environmental protection and landscape, recreation and urban planning .

II.4.4. Morfología y Dinámica Urbana II.4.4.1. Trama Urbana y Patrón de Ocupación

• Establish a close relationship between urban areas and the Caroni River landscape - both visually and with regard to recreation, tourism and leisure.

El Sector Dalla Costa esta conformado por las Unidades de Diseño Urbano número 150 y 151. Éstas Unidades se construyeron mediante invasiones al sur de la línea del Ferrocarril II. 8. Vistaobedeció Aérea delasector Campo Rojo del medio físico, como Pao Palúa, cuyo “patrónImagen de ocupación las restricciones

aerial view of campo rojo

presencia de quebradas o lagunas, sin tenerSavepor una forma predeterminada”5. Esta situación Fuente:

• Sort uses and facilities based on the constraints and opportunities

impide el diálogo entre la ciudad de San Félix y el Sector Dalla Costa ya que no hay

of each vocation sector, in response to the demands and aspirations

conexiones fluidas entre ambos.

Adicionalmente, esta forma desordenada e irregular de las manzanas conlleva a la falta de

of its people.

un sistema de jerarquización vial eficiente que permita las conexiones claras entre los diferentes sectores que conforman las UD 150 y UD 151. Aunado a esto, la construcción de la Avenida Guayana sobre un banqueo de terreno funciona como una barrera que separa

• Ensure accessibility of each sector , ensuring adequate to the main

casi completamente las UD 150 y 151, dejando sólo la conexión peatonal a través de la

road system of the city , parking and service lines of public transport

Plan Especial de Desarrollo Urbano de la UD-151.Campo Rojo, Dalla Costa y Berríos, Parroquia Dalla Costa, Municipio Caroní, Edo. Bolívar



• Strengthen the landscape, environmental and cultural values ​​of each sector , towards maintaining and promoting their identity as the main part of the city recreation system

Imagen II. 7. Vista caroni Aérea de Berrios San Félix river andysome floodable Fuente: Savepor

56 5


land use proposal

facilities and services


paraitepuy, venezuela 0.45 km2 394 inhabitants (2006)

Š Carlos Manuel Martínez


professional projects


paraitepuy masterplan

identifying priorities of attention and land management in paraitepuy community. gran sabana municipality, bolivar state Paraitepuy de Roraima is a small indigenous community of Pemones within the Canaima National Park (Venezuelan Rainforest). It works as a previous stop on the way to Roraima Tepuy, a very famous touristic destination that consists on trekking and hiking the Tepuy. The Paraitepuy community offers guides and porters for the tour to Roraima Tepuy. On the other hand, CVG Edelca, the electricity national company and its corporation for the development of the South of Venezuela is trying to develop guidelines to keep the heritage and cultural identity of the communities, as well the prevention of rapid modernisation and its consequences and threats for the indigenous communities. Therefore the aim of this project was to identify the priorities that had to be addressed; the commons and cultural heritage of the community; establish by proposing facilities and guidelines for design; land management that allows to preserve the traditions; and simultaneously give time and space to the touristic activities and sustainable growth. A diagnosis workshop was made with some representatives of the community that included children. The purpose of this was to identify the main problems and threats that the touristic activity and the modernisation of nearest communities might affect the settlement. Pemones have always been very respectful of nature and their environment, but mass tourism and poor policies make them vulnerable to drastic changes with dire consequences. The workshop proofed to be succesfull. It allowed to generate a possible future vision for the town; the first guidelines for the elaboration of the final report; land management proposal; and priority to water management.

client CVG- Edelca - Roger MartĂ­nez Proyectos Urbanos


MartĂ­nez, R., Vergani, F. , Leal G., Gonzalez, A., Martinez, C. 59

diagnosis workshop


© Carlos Manuel Martínez

© Carlos Manuel Martínez

© Carlos Manuel Martínez

© Carlos Manuel Martínez

© Carlos Manuel Martínez

© Carlos Manuel Martínez

© Carlos Manuel Martínez

© Carlos Manuel Martínez

© Carlos Manuel Martínez

The guidelines and criteria for Paraitepuy Masterplan were based on • Defining edges for the village and the tourist area, giving services adequated for both. • Provide plumbing systems for fresh water and sewage, emphazising water treatment and the obtention of sludge for crops • Sort uses and facilities based on the constraints and opportunities of each vocation sector, in response to the demands and aspirations of its people.

proposal_services and infrastructure

• Ensure a minimal footprint for the natural areas. Providing areas for recreation, sports and open areas for camping. • maintaining and promoting the identity and cultural values of Pemon Community. Developing policies to ensure the tradition and vocation for touristic services while keeping the legacy of Roraima Tepuy. • Provide an adequate road system to avoid soil erosion and gullies on the track.





2012 - 2014


Published on April 2014

Published on November 2012

漏 Columbia University Press

Giavedone Editore, Pordenone

First Edition_ISBN 9781312084025

edited by Lorenzo Fabian, Emanuel Giannotti, Paola Vigan贸

Available on:

ISBN 978-88-98176-00-7 (printed version)

SBN 978-88-98176-01-4 (ebook)


IUAV University of Venice / EMU]


Oostendeâ&#x20AC;Ś weaving the net S tudio

S trategic S patial p lanning KU LEUVEN _ FALL SEMESTER 2011 _ FINAL REPORT _ 23/12/2011 _ WITH PROF. JAN SCHREURS & BART PLUYM

Published on April 2012 Oostendse Oosterover_ASRO Leuven Available on: see: htt://

65 66

Portfolio Francesca Vergani 2014  

Urbanist + Urban Planner | Portfolio 2014

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you