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Zurdos Team | Irreverent hypothesis on a posible city

Concept & Competition Zurdos Team | Irreverent hypothesis on a posible city

Zurdos Team | Irreverent hypothesis on a posible cityThis work is an academic production about metropolitan availabilities and potential conversion on rehabilitation to the current needs of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. The lack of social housing and the unique situation in the world of being an urban area with 18 football fields – many of them embedded in the plot established – and the circumstances involved for the Rio de la Plata culture on.

Zurdos Team | Irreverent hypothesis on a posible cityRegarding the practice of this sport (including violence hold by extreme supporters as such a accepted behavior), we put off the possibility of changing the habitat both metropolitan public space, land use and solution of green space on demands.

Zurdos Team | Irreverent hypothesis on a posible cityConsider this theorical scene – perhaps utopian or imaginary – let us think about of the city as a single body and prioritizing their interests in order to obtain a visible transformation that overcomes and put in the discussion how to operate and what happens when cultural values are affected constituents of our “being a city”.

Zurdos Team | Irreverent hypothesis on a posible cityThe stadium of Boca Juniors will be the stage for the development of our case where we will develop strategies to complete our general theoretical framework.

Location: Specific study case: Boca Juniors stadium “Alberto J. Armando”, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Architect: Zurdos Team | Architect Pablo Medinaceli
Project name: Irreverent hypothesis on a posible city
Desing dates: First stage 2009 Second stage 2012
Contributors: Second stage: Architect Victoria Fernández Bruniar / Mr. Juan Cazado / Mr Juan Jose Fernández Bruniar
First stage: Architect Ignacio Queraltó/ Architect Santiago Chiban/ Architect Fernando Alvarez Toledo
Main issue: Public Space and social housing
A strategy for the consolidation of public space and social housing for Buenos Aires based on the idea of reconversion of the football stadiums.
Diagnosis: The lack of social housing and the unique situation of being a urban area with 18 professional soccer fields, and also the circumstances involving the culture in professional practice of this sport, we consider the possibility of modifying the metropolitan habitat by using this fields as public spaces and also contributing the demand of social housing.
Objective: We think the city as a single body with their own interest in order to obtain a visible transformation overcomes and put on the discussion of how to operate when constituents are affected cultural values of our “being a city”
Proposal: We believe in a more rational use of the public space that encourage recovery plant heritage, collective housing development and improvement of urban living spaces overcoming conflict.
Bibliography
Fabbri ,Alejandro – El nacimiento de una pasión, historia de los clubes de fútbol Gawiansky, A.
¿Espacio público, espacio de todos, espacio de nadie o de algunos?
El Umbral De La Metrópolis: Transformaciones Técnicas Y Cultura En La Modernización De Buenos Aires (1870-1930)
El paisaje como cifra de armonía.
Silvestri,Graciela
Liernur, Jorge Francisco
Welch Guerra, Max (editor) Buenos Aires a la deriva –Transformaciones urbanas recientes
Fabbri, Alejandro – El nacimiento de una pasión, historia de los clubes de fútbol 
Latitude and Longitude Coordinates: latitude 34°38’9.37″S longitude 58°21’53.60″O

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