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Raval Barcelona Streetscape Territories Notebook
Scheerlinck, Kris (ed.)

G. Boie, J. Perea, C. Crosas, J. M. Solè, M. Topolcanska, L. Reinders, H. Teerds, G. Girod, D. Hamerman, A. Betancour, C. J. Vesterlund, F. Massip, P. Dachs 

KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture, LUCA School of Arts, campus Sint-Lucas.

ISBN 2294-4672
143 pags.

13x21cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Streetscape Territories Workshop
Kris Scheerlinck

Ravaled Streetscape: Research Questions
Kris Scheerlinck

     Context

     The site

     On site

     A territorial site

     The big picture

Raval Revelations
Gaetan Lafenetre, Karin Lindwall, Maialen Lopez, Hinke Majoor, Lander Mentens and Niklas Salzmann

     Introduction

     Reading El Raval

     Framework

     PUE-theory

     Tools

     Intervention

Informal Raval
Bastien Dubois, Peter Geelmuyden Magnus, Laura Freiling, Karin Tajtiova, Laura Linsi, Marilyn Collet

     The White Space

     The Personalization

     From private to public

     The Eixample

Voidscape Ravalories
Antje Adriaens, Alba Alsina, Bozydar Gerginov, Alizon Lafleche, Linda Sieranowa, Edyta Swiatek

     Introduction:::Aproach:::Working Process

     Process

     Accordion 1: Void Catalogue

     Accordion 2: Sky, Walls, Pavement

     Accordion 3: Street and Ground Analysis

     Accordion 4: Interviews, Social Layer

     Accordion 5: Visual Conclusion and inspiration, concept

     Accordion 6: The colonised Void

  VOIDS
     VOID 1 THE OASIS

     VOID 2 THE SQUARE

     VOID 3 THE COLONIZED

     VOID 4 THE FARMING

     Reflection

Letting Raval Out of the Shadow
Fiona Gomez, Marina Ollé Sambola, Petrus Torstenson, Katarzyna Uchman, Jan Urban, Fie Vandamme

     'Hands off the self. Touch it and you make a ruin.'

  Workshop
     Fieldwork - discovery

     Analysis

     Proposal


     Critical appraisal

     Conclusion

On modes of working, research methods, design strategies and approaches
Ana Betancour & Carl-Johan Vesterlund

     Our point of departure

     The challenge of working with El Raval

     The impact of issues and tools from the imput sessions

     The variety of modes of working in the student projects

     Conclusion

Gentrification and the politics of urban space in El Raval
Leeke Reinders & Hans Teerds

Learning from Cerdà
David Hamerman & Guillaume Girod

Liberation and restoration in Barcelona
Gideon Boie

The Modern Raval: Urban Fabrics of Promiscuity. Post-reflexions on depth.
Carkes Crosas, Jorge Perea & Josep Maria Solé

     Urban dynamics at Raval

     Unbalanced equations. Pronuscuity and complementarity

Kinds of Urban Solitude
Maria Topolcanska

Quotes
All participants