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| Territorial-capital-landscape Research

INVERScape(s): Barranco Inverted GUATEMALA CITY Preliminary Report / IABR 2014 - URBAN BY NATURE September 2013


INDEX


1. Scope brief. Introduction. 2. Questions and answers to the IABR enquiries. 3. Research precedents. Current public policies and Historic Timeline. 4. Territory description. The ravine condition. 5. Mental map - Research metodology 6. Research Timeline. 7. IABR - Exhibition Materials


SCOPE


E BRIEF. | An Introduction | AIMS AND OBJECTIVES.


INVERScape(s) is a ongoing two year research+project that investigates, explores and designs ravines of Guatemala City as territorial-capitallandscapes that challenge the dominating notion of understanding ¨underground¨ city levels as WASTE. ( a NO Manifesto ) Cover: INVERScape(s) Schema by oficiocolectivo®, 2013


| Ravines | AN UNCERTAIN ECOLOGY IN THE CITY.

Dan Holdsworth - Grand Canyon Plan View, 2012


INVERScape(s): BARRANCO Inverted

In 1777, after its destruction, Guatemala City was moved to a strategic territory, a set of pre-existing plateaus, a dramatic landform, where rain and erosion had carved deep ravines around and in the inner city, giving a morphologic phenomena that constrains the urban form and its society’s anthropo-geographical behavior since that time until our days. A shift on the ways that guatemalan citizens relates to nature and its space between the urban realm. Something that usually reflects a NO manifesto (by de facto), a situation without any appreciation to nature’s existence despite the geographical and ecological condition that easily pops out, as inherent and beneficial relationship between nature and urbanity. Even more obvious when is recognizable that our city is above the ravines level.

meters above sea level meters above ravines level (MARL) In local culture, to be “above” ravine’s level, is to be part of the city’s productive strata, thus everything that goes below level, represent the invisible layer denied by the city itself. For young generations, the culture of “can not”, in relation to the ravines possible uses, makes a kind of barred land in the urban agenda. Paradoxically, to consent this statement is to approve, on the one hand, that natural environment (our ecological persona) is what our city classify as waste and therefore, everything within its territory. On the other hand, creates a kind of exception, where poverty and social conflicts are allowed. The ravines are an uncertain ecology in the city, with important environmental attributes and in turn, territorial segregation still is the social challenge. What would be the citizen’s anthropo-geographical behavior if this condition was the opposite, an inverted one? What would be the urban challenges with a inverse landscape? How we would engage our natural scapes by expose them?


These questions address the necessity to ponder the ravines and its actual value to society. By using the idea of inverse landforms (as speculative method), the project aims to find a more visible way to confront the role of ravines in our city and local culture. INVERScape(s) inverted speculative space - a catalyst idea INVERScape(s) is a two years ongoing research+project that investigates, explores and designs ravines as territorial-capitallandscape behind the dominating idea of WASTE below city level. AIMS Discover - reverse confrontation (citizens perception about ravines) Evidence - territorial potential (trans-disciplinary work table process, mapping potentials) Implement - challenge by incorporate design (public policies, stakeholders and bottoms-up strategy) Nor activate the presence of ravines in the collective imaginary, or the idea of new urban parks for the city is enough, therefore, ravines are conceived as ensemble of the urban territory and not as a static image of nature, restricted to simple preservation operation. IS ABOUT Is about questioning those values in terms of social, economic and environmental potentials in a more comprehensive and participatory method, able to design proposals that produce a differentiated ravines as urban landscape, which informs and improves the city-planning agenda in Guatemala’s urbanization process. Is about innovative land-use possibilities via multidisciplinary approach, and also, concrete actions regarding the management and development of productive ravines as more active territory, integrated to the city’s urban complexity. Is about consider the way we think about nature in the city and the intentional strategy to inverse a state of depreciation about nature and urbanity below city level in local culture.


a NO Manifesto.

Schema: INVERScape(s) by oficiocolectivo速, 2013


| Ravines are NOT |


Q&


&A. | Questions & Answers | INQUIRIES FROM THE IABR.


Answering the enquiries sent by IABR on July 25th.

Q. Which is the way the project is being concretized together with the municipality and the university?

A. This research will unveil the ravines potential. Together with the Municipality, it will craft criteria for the upgrade of public policies for zones G-0 and G-1 determined in the POT (current building codes) . At the same time it will contribute together with the ongoing working group within the Environmental Department of the Municipality of Guatemala for the establisment of the “Ecological Belt� of Guatemala City.

A. Academically, we have formal agreements to develop research and design activities to be determined with the following Research Institutes and Architectural Schools: National Council of Science and Technology (CONCYT), General Office of Research (DIGI - USAC), San Carlos de Guatemala University (USAC), El Istmo University (UNIS) and, Rafael Landivar University (URL).

A. More information can be found in the Mental Map and Timeline sections of this document.

Q. How, and in which phases, will the (design?) project develop in the coming months (both in terms of research and in design work), and how are these public partners involved in this process to concretize the work? The aerial photographs are striking. We are wondering, though, in what form you intend to develop both the explanatory research and proposed design material with regards to the exhibition specifically.

A. We craft this document to broad our topic and answer those questions. In that regard, the main sections of this document are: Scope brief. Introduction. Questions and answers to the IABR enquiries. Research precedents. Current public policies and Historic Timeline. Territory description. The ravine condition. Mental map - Research metodology Research Timeline. IABR - Exhibition Materials


PO

LAND USE PLAN AND CUR


OT

| The Rules | RRENT BUILDING CODES FOR GUATEMALA CITY.


Primary Road System

General Urban Zones

Monofunctional Zones

Delegations

Civil Aviation Heights

Map: General Zones ( source: POT 2009 )


POT (Land Use Plan for Guatemala City) POT (Plan de ordenamiento territorial) is the the body of regulations for building and urban planning for Guatemala City. It categorizes the territory in general zones ranging from urban to rural from G-5 to G-0. G Zones Determine the applicable guiding parameters within a piece of land. It comprises the construction, land uses, and the procedures that must be followed in order to get municipal permits. G0-G1 These are characterized as natural and rural zones. Any type of construction is severely restricted.The land uses authorized for these zones are natural, conservative, and ecological (rural, agricultural activities, livestock or forests). These areas are considered environmentally valuable but have a greater risk for natural disasters due to their soil characteristics. They belong to the proposal of the ecological belt of the Municipality of Guatemala.


G2-G5 These are characterized as urban zones. The difference between these zones is the intensity of construction. Were the G-5 has the greater index of allowed buildability. Interestingly, they promote the mix uses in the entire city.

Map: Land Use for Guatemala’s Municipality ( source: POT 2009 )


Frozen Zones After the POT became effective, the ravines of Guatemala City were classified as G-0 and G-1. As a result, their economic and social value can be considered “frozen,� because they were reduced to an environmental conservancy areas. Although is true that such regulation allowed the partial conservation of the ravines, the absence of public policies to activate them caused abandonment and lack of integration to the the City.


Map: G0 + G1 Zones ( source: POT 2009 )


Topography Was a key issue to determine G0-G1. In G-0 the slope is greater than 40% while in G-1 is between 20% and 40%. Because of the ravine conditions, it is also taken into account the protection of strips on rivers, streams, flora, and wildlife. These general zones will be regulated in the guidelines “Regulations for the Development of the Ecological Belt of the Municipality of Guatemala.� However, the current attempts are only based upon a conservationist agenda neglecting their economic and social development.


TIMEL


LINE. | History | CULTURAL PRECEPTIONS OF RAVINES.


environmental

economical

social

impartial historical fact DATE

historical fact planned growth/ development moving the City to the “Valley of La Ermita”

- ravines as a SOLUTION TO FLOODING -

informal growth/ development ravines local cultural perception

(previous) settlements of Guatemala City

+ -

1750

events positive to the ravines

1800

1850

events negative to the ravines moving the city to the “Valley of La Ermita” - ravines as a SOLUTION TO FLOODING -

1776

1773

historical fact in timeline

founding of “Nueva Guatemala de la Asunción” - ravines as an ORIENTATION POINT -

- searching for a SAFER TERRITORY -

+

1821

Santa Marta earthquakes & floodings

1773

Iximché 1524

independence of G

-

“Valley of La Ermita” 1776

“Valley of Panchoy” 1543

1773

“Valley of Almolonga” 1527

Timeline: Ravine’s Historical review

dealing with waste and sewage water - ravines as areas for WASTE DISPOSAL -


1900

1910

1920

1930

1940

1950

?

“ravining” (spa: barranquear)

1948

- ravines as CONNECTIVITY & ADVENTURE -

30´S

- first stance: METERS ABOVE RAVINES LEVEL (MARL) -

- ravines as DRAINAGE AREA -

1917-1918

a new wastewater system

- ravines as SPACES OF VULNERABILITY -

- ravin

- ravines as DANGEROUS TERRITORY-

landfill

first informal settlements

earthquakes

“Olimpic Cit

“ravining” (spa: barranquear)

1940

the railway system (only until 1996)

1930

1885

economical & urban growth through agricultultural exportation

1883

1870-1900

Guatemala from Spain

- ravines as LEFTOVER SPACE -

- OFFICIALLY INTO the rav


1930

1940

1950

1960

1970

1980

barranquear)

EDOM 1972 -2000 (Unifying Proposal for Mun

- ravines as INTERMUNICIPAL TE

Engr. Raúl Batres - dams & social housing

“Olimpic City” sports facilities

80´s

- ravines as URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE -

- ravines as A

bridge constructions & metropolization - ABOVE the ravines -

- OFFICIALLY INTO the ravines -

- ravines as LEFTOVER SPACE -

VULNERABILITY -

Timeline: Ravine’s Historical review

1958

first informal settlements “La Limonada” - ravines as MARGINAL TERRITORY-

Civil War (36 years) - migration to the CITY, ravines as OPPORTUNITY -

earthquake

- ravines as AREAS 1981- 1994

1976

landfill

70´s

- ravines as DANGEROUS TERRITORY-

1960

1930

water was found at 4

“ravining” (spa: barranquear)

1940

30´S

1948

60´s

1972

NECTIVITY & ADVENTURE -

land value increa

- ra


2000

~2000

1990

2010

2020

2030

“ravining” (spa: barranquear) - ravines as a CULTURAL ACTIVITY-

2005

2013

- ravines as TERRITORIAL-CAPITAL-LANDSCAPES-

Ecological Metropolitan Belt - CEM (spa) - ravines as URBAN FORESTS -

“Metropolis 2010” sustainable city concept - ravines as an AGENT OF SUSTAINABILITY -

- ravines as DANGEROUS TERRITORY -

S OF RISK -

INVERScape(s)

peace agreements - housing policy - ravines as an INFORMAL OCCUPYING STRATEGY -

- ravines as FROZEN TERRITORY -

2005

ase

Land Use Management Plan - POT (Spanisch)

1998

avines as SQUATTING LAND -

hurricane Stan

hurricane Mitch - ravines as VICTIMS OF LACK OF PLANING -

2000

1996

A SOURCE OF WATER -

1996

400 feet

peace agreements - housing policy

1998

ERRITORY -

1996

nicipalities)

water is found over 2000 feet only - ravines in ECOLOGICAL DANGER -


TERRI


ITORY. | Geography | LOCAL UNDERSTANDING OF RAVINES.


GUA.

Map: Satellite view: Guatemala ( source: NASA/NOAA )


| GUATEMALA |


Peten Lagoon

GUATEMALA CITY

Atitlรกn Lake

Amatitlรกn Lake Ayarza Lagoon


a NO water culture

Motagua’s River Basin Izabal Lake

Map: Proximity to watersheds and reservoirs


1,592

MASL

our anthropo-geography?

| Guatemala City |

Satellite view: Guatemala ( source: NASA/NOAA )


Republic of Guatemala

Guatemala Department

Guatemala Municipality


Satellite view: Guatemala City


CITY OF RAVINES. In 1777, after its destruction, Guatemala City was moved to a strategic territory, a set of pre-existing plateaus, a dramatic landform, where rain and erosion had carved deep ravines around and in the inner city, giving a morphologic phenomena that constrains the urban form and its society’s anthropo-geographical behavior since that time until our days.


URBAN GROWTH.

Maps: Urban growth boundary


Guatemala Municipality

Metropolitan Area


PERS


SONA. | Form & Value | PORTRAITS AND FEATURES OF THE RAVINES.


Aerial view: Guatemala City Ravine


Aerial view: Guatemala City Urbanization


Aerial view: Connectivity in Guatemala City


Photo: “La Limonada”, the slums in Guatemala City


Photo: Occupying the ravines, a squatting strategy


Aerial view: Municipal Landfill in zone 3


Photo: “La Miner’ía”, people look for metal in sewage.


Population Density

Urban Footprint

City Zones


SURFACE HEIGHT - MASL

1,035 m

1,895 m


Basins in Guatemala City

Informal settlements

Landslide Hazard ( < 40% slope )


upland area

upland area

MARL METERS ABOVE RAVINES LEVEL

-460 m

0

400 m


Figure 1

1,900

1,800

1,700

1,600

1,500

1,400

1,300

1,200

1,100

0

1,000

2,000

Diagram: Topographic profiles

3,000

4,000

5,000

6,000

7,000

8,000

9,000

10,000


Figure 2

Fig. 1,2: Isometric cross sections

11,000

12,000

13,000

14,000

15,000

16,000

17,000

18,000

19,000

20,000

21,000


2

7 19

Z1 3 5 4

8

11 9 12

21 Map: Guatemala City zones ( Z )

13


6

18

17

24 25

10 15

16 14


54%

23%

30% 0%

8% 37%

25% 0%

0%

22% 0% 17%

Map: Ravineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s percentage by zones

25%

21%


% 50%

44%

%

70% 70% 11% 39%

41% 26%


OUR ECOLOGICAL PERSONA? 43%

from the territory are G0 + G1

> 2,00

is annual rainfa Guatemala Ci

24% the territory has slopes greater than 40째.

Satellite view: Ravines in Guatemala City, South Area


20

00mm

named ravines in the city.

all in ity.

80%

of the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ravines are private land.

0 value

ravine as urban potential.

2%

is urban growth for informal settlements in the city.

< 10% runoff water is treated.


RESEA


ARCH. | Ongoing | A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH RESEARCH.


RESEARCH PROJECT OUTLINE IABR INVERSCape(s): BARRANCO Inverted by oficiocolectivo®, 2013

Teamwork

DIGI STRATEGIES FOR URBAN LANDSCAPE:

Reweaving the urban territory

New forms of reading and exploring the urban landscape. Investigate the planning and design strategies that will guide the future development of the urban landscape.

Morphology + Typology

IABR 2014

RESEARCH

URBAN BY NATURE CONCYT

USAC

Related Companies to the Territory

ACADEMY

UNIS Technology Sponsors DESIGN: Modeling of possible acting scenarios, implementation and reprogramming of territory from a catalog of strategic toolbox to facilitate a new capital - territorial - landscape in the ravines of the municipality of Guatemala.

P

CONCYT

PROTOTYPE RESEARCH

FUNDS RESEARCH

E

oficiocolectivo®

INVERSCape(s): BARRANCO Inverted

Territory MAPPING: Strategic cartography to understand the productive potential of the ravines of Guatemala City, delimited from the POT rules as general zones (G0 + G1) for the Municipality of Guatemala.

A ATLAS

DIGI

MUNICIPALITY OF GUATEMALA SPECIALIST CONSULTANTS

Speculative

ANALYSIS: The ravines and its real value in society through an inverted geography as an idea (speculative method), in order to fi nd the role of this area in our city and the local culture.

GREEN

S INVERS

PLAN

Environmental Department of the Municipality of Guatemala

Ecological Greenbelt Management

Territorial

Others PUBLIC PARTICIPATION: Citizen participation workshops to assess and feed the GREEN-PLAN.

SEGEPLAN

Regulatory Planning and Management General Zones G0 + G1, inherited from the Territorial Ordering Plan (POT)

Territory

Mental Map: Building-up the research


Di

Provocation

Ev

DATA

Discover

TERRITORIAL ADVISOR :

Im

MAPS

Evidence

Implement

Critical - Advisory of the territorial phase.

Representative of DIGI - CIFA

ADVISOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Critical - Advisory of the design phase.

Eng. Luis Alvarez | ICCG & Representant of FODECYT

ADVISOR:

Speculative Phase Advisory

Coordination of research project - DIGI.

Critical - Advisory of the design phase.

PRODUCTION:

EDITION:

EDITION:

1. Photocompositions. 2. Speculative Territory Layout. 3. Modeling 4. Virtual Modeling Speculative.

1. Photocompositions. 2. Speculative Territory Layout. 3. Modeling 4. Virtual Modeling Speculative.

1. Photocompositions. 2. Prototypes and their components. 3. Modeling 4. Virtual Modeling Speculative.

PhD arch. Raúl Monterroso | USAC

TEAM: internship OBJECTIVES: Support for the development of products for the IABR:

COORDINATION: MSc. Arch. Erick Mazariegos Arch. Jorge Villatoro

MATERIAL (Municipality): 1. General Maps to start the study.

TEAM: -L.A. Alejandra Porras -Arch. Daniel Matias -Claudia del Cid (graduation project) -Gabriela González (internship)

2. DATA list to report census data and maps. TEAM: oficiocolectivo®:

3. Previous Territory Researches.

TRANS-DISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP:

1. Graphic research to communicate the value of speculation. (analogous cases or examples to inform)

4. POT Map.

1. Selection and strategic development to implementation the Prototype ravine. 2. Prototype Formulation.

2. abstraction of ideas about land speculation TEAM: -MSc. Arch. Andrés Morales -Arch. Felipe Vásquez -MArch. Hans Schwarz -MArch. Rafael Yee

3. INVERScape (s) - representation of the methodology speculative. 4. Meters above ravines level (MARL)

3. Conceptual Design of the Prototype. TRANS-DISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP: 1. Delimitation: Scope-Objectives.

4. Systematization of Design. 5. Design Development.

2. INDEXING: Development of criteria for the Atlas.

FINANCE CONSULTANT:

3. Crossing Information for Strategic Cartographies Atlas.

-MArch. Roberto Bianchi CRITICAL-METHODOLOGICAL ADVISOR:

4. Differentiation of the potential schemes of the area.

MArch. Ana Ingrid Padilla

5. Development of criteria for typological catalog ravines. DIRECTION: Arch. Ma. José Avendaño TEAM: -Arch. Cristian Rashjal -Eng. Diego Saravia -MArch. Julio Sam -MArch. Lourdes Benavente -Eng. Neri Pazzetti

6. Productivity schemes and scenarios.

MATERIAL: 1. Aerial photographs and orthophotos. 2. Shapefiles for speculation.

7. Cartography of the ravines in the urban ensemble. 8. Relationship of the urban impact - Urban Metabolism.

DISCUSSION:

GREEN - PLAN: 1. Draft. 2. Validation - Prototype Technique.

Citizen perception of the ravines, from a participatory workshop.

Products

CONRED & COMRED

Risks and disasters

FUNDAECO

Environment

S

A

P

INVERS

ATLAS

PROTOTYPE


INVE


ERS. | Provocation | INVERTED SPECULATIVE SPACE.


Discover reverse confrontation (citizens perception about ravines)

S

INVERS


INVERS: What would happen if the ravines landscapes of Guatemala City were inverted?

What would be its urban challenges?

How we would engage our natural exposed territories?

Render: The INVERScape(s) by oficiocolectivo速, 2013


â&#x20AC;&#x153;This privileged link between nature and culture that is created in our society through landscape refers back to the significance that each cultural model attributes to its physical environment and to the place that it occupies on the scale of values in relation to its formal structure.â&#x20AC;? (Vittorio Gregotti)


Ravines

Ravines

Ravines

+

Ravines

REAL TOPPGRAPHY

Schema: Topography features ( real & inverted )


Hills

Hills

Hills

-

Hills

INVERTED TOPPGRAPHY


Schema: Topography features ( real & inverted )


Render: Slums at INVERScape(s) by oficiocolectivo速, 2013


A territory of exceptions, an uncertain ecology with mayor environmental assets and challenging problems.


natural drainage system

unobstructed visuals by nature

flooding

obstructed visuals

Schema: The INVERS confrontation


heat island cooling

landfill below city level

heat island intesify

landfill as skyline


ravine slums

landslide below city level

favelas as skyline

landslide hazard to the city

Schema: The INVERS confrontation


infrastructure above

urban aeration by forest

underground Infrastructure

aeration above city level


ATL


LAS. | Data | MAPPING POTENTIALS FOR THE RAVINES.


Evidence mapping territorial potential (trans-disciplinary work table process)

A

ATLAS


SYSTEM APPROACH-MAPPING [N.E.S.] INVERSCape(s): BARRANCO Inverted by oficiocolectivo®, 2013

morphology vegetation/forestry hydrological systems mean annual precipitation climate regions forestry water captation basins soil type mean annual temperature

Natural Landscape ECOLOGICAL

ECONOMIC

Risk SOCIAL

flooding vulnerable areas landslides tectonic topology

Mental Map: Mapping the conditions at the ravines


private property land uses land use density in/formal housing construction density public space + services water infrastructure electricity infrastructure mobility paved surface urban layout topology

Built Environment

People

population densities ages distribution literacy employment socio economic structures


WASTE MANAGEMENT

Z11

Source

Kind

Reciclying

Daily Waste

Senario on Crisis

Schema: The ravines issues as potentials ( example )


WASTE PRODUCTION

Map Catalog

TON of prduction Industry Residence Retail Offices


INDEXING ( base conditions )

Natual Landscape

+

Risk

+

Built Environment

+

People

ATLAS Schema: Layering the ravines conditions


LOCATED POTENTIALS ATLAS: Strategic Cartographies Tactical analysis of territorial and economy potential for the ravines of Guatemala City as a tool for sustainable human settlements.


PROTO


OTYPE. | Strategies | PROCESSING SCENARIOS.


Action challenge by incorporate design (public policies, stakeholders and bottom-up strategy)

P

PROTOTYPE


SYSTEM APPROACH FOR ATLAS-PROTOTYPE INVERSCape(s): BARRANCO Inverted by oficiocolectivo®, 2013

CLASIFICATION CONDITIONS

RAVINE CLASIFICATION

PRESERVATION

ZONES

PRESERVATION

ECO RECREATIONAL

RAVINES ATLAS

TERRITORY: A comprehensive approach to the ravines related to the urban metabolism.

Mental Map: Atlas to Prototypes


MAXIMUM POTENTIAL

PROTOTYPES RAVINE SCALE

ARCHITECTURAL SCALE

AGRICULTURE

A1 HYBRID LANDSCAPES AGRICULTURE + CONNECTIVITY

A2

CONNECTIVITY/

A

TRANSPORTATION

A3

B1

HYBRID WATER MANAGEMENT

LANDSCAPES ECORECREATIONAL + PRESERVATION +

B2 WATER MANAGEMENT

B B3

WASTE MANEGEMENT

HYBRID

C1

LANDSCAPES ECORECREATIONAL + PRESERVATION + WATER

C C2

ENERGY

D1 HYBRID

PROTOTYPING

LANDSCAPES WATER + WASTE + ENERGY

D

OPEN SPACE

D2

E1

NATURAL

HYBRID E2 LANDSCAPES WASTE + ENERGY + PRESERVATION + DWELLING

E

E3

DWELLING

CAPITAL:

LANDSCAPE:

A set of definition that address the potentiality of the territory.

A toolbox for productivity via diverse prototyping solution base on performative landscapes.


AGRICULTURE

DWELLING

WATER MANEGEMENT

WASTE MANEGEMENT

ENERGY

CONNECTIVITY/ TRANSPORTATION

Schema: Potential map - Aims of a capital scenario


Prototypes

INVERS

ATLAS

PROTOTYPING

LANDSCAPES Data

INVERS

ATLAS

PROTOTYPING

CAPITAL Features

INVERS

ATLAS

TERRITORIAL

PROTOTYPING

Schema: From territory to prototyping the ravines


Schema: Operative topographies

G-LAND P-LAND

RE-LAND

D-LAND

E-LAND

A-LAND


PROJECT T


TIMELINE.


IABR - 2014 * - URBAN BY NATURE -

Municipalidad de Guatemala R

Research Funding

ATLAS - Research with DIGI / USAC Research Funding

PROTOTYPING - Research with CONACYT

FUNDAECO

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

FUNDAECO

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN 2014

FEB

Timeline: Proposed time and aims for the two years research, 2013-2015

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NO


GREEN PLAN

IABR - 2016 **

ATLAS (book)

* IABR - 2014 - URBAN BY NATURE explores the relationship between spatial design and the ecological agenda

PRESENTATION FUNDAECO

OV

DEC

** IABR - 2016 - ? will call attention to the relationship between spatial design and the (development of the) economy JAN 2015

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN 2016

An ongoing 2 years research by oficiocolectivo速 | TALLER DE ARQUITECTURA Y CIUDAD | With support from: Environmental Department of the Municipality of Guatemala, and universities: USAC + ISTMO + URL.


EXHIB


BITION.


ED MATERIAL PRINTED MATERIAL

PRINTED MATERIAL

hotographs & tic maps. cs & atlas. 1. s.

-Ravines´photographs & characteristic maps. -Infographics & atlas. Ravine’s Documental Photography. -Prototypes.

2. Feature’s Maps. 3. Infographics & Atlas Maps. 4. Prototype Schemas.

Schema: INVERScape(s) - Exhibition’s inventory

PRINTED(SCALE) MATERIAL (SCALE) MODELS MODELS

(SCALE) MODELS 1. City´s topography -Ravines´photographs model. 1. City´s topography model. & 2. INVERScape(s) conceptual 2. INVERScape(s) conceptual characteristic maps. model. model. -Infographics & atlas. 3. Pixelated model: Atlas – 3. Pixelated model: Atlas – -Prototypes. 1. Guatemala’s City Topography. Prototypes. Prototypes.

2. INVERScape(s) Conceptual Model. 3. Pixelated Model: Atlas + Prototypes.


VIDEO

VIDEO (SCALE) MODELS

BOOK + POSTER BOOK + POSTERVIDEO

VIDEO

BOOK + POSTER

1. City´s topography model. -Research cartoon -Research + cartoon + 2. INVERScape(s) conceptual infographics infographics model. (based on productivity). (based on productivity). 3. Pixelated Atlas – 1. Explanatory Cartoon + model: infographics - Stereoscopic-images/video. Stereoscopic images/video. Prototypes.

related to the territorial-capitallandscapes. 2. Stereoscopic images / video.

-Ongoing research -Ongoing catalog/ research IABR catalog/ IABR -Research cartoon + 2014 / large format. 2014 / large format. infographics (based on productiv -Poster: Photography -Poster:/ Photography / - Stereoscopic imag Ongoing Research Catalog. INVERScape(s) INVERScape(s) stereoscopic image stereoscopic image + explanatory/ text. + explanatory text. Photography INVERScape(s)

1. 2. stereoscopic image + explanatory text.


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