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[OPTIONAL: EQUIPMENT AND URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS]
Summary: Discussion about requalification of territories through the design and development of infrastructure and equipment projects capable of structuring the urban space.
Objectives: Conceptual Objectives: Definition of the urban architectural project compatible with the structuring of temporal scenarios in degraded urban areas of port areas, having as a case study the port city of Santos and cases in Latin America. The search for an answer that comes from indicators generated by the various agents that promote contemporary demands, giving rise to flexible programs that appropriate current infrastructures to generate pleasant urban areas. Establishment of relationships between the scales of urban design and architectural pieces tested as economic engines of transformation in series, always seeking the desirable dialogue between hinterland, city and waters; Procedural Objectives and Skills: The ability to "simultaneous treatment of the design process at multiple scales allowing the integration of elements previously considered "multi and extradisciplinary", such as infrastructure, public space, programmatic mix, the dissection of the territory as the production stream of territorial indicators, allowing project scenarios that are temporarily placed for the reinvention of port areas through their infrastructure”; Attitudinal Objectives and Values: “The city's production involves operators of different types and interests. The urban project aimed at port areas, structured by the understanding of agents operating in the territory, promoted by different public-private spheres, corporate presence and social agents as interlocutors”.
[ SCHEDULE ]
Class 1 – Overview and emblematic cases in Latin America. Approach of the current situation of the Port Infrastructure, Hinterlândia and AIVP + RETE Programs. Territorial Development and Global Port Model
Class 2 – Individual case studies; Virtual Visit - Rio de Janeiro Port Area – Water edge and infrastructure / occupation of central area and historic structures. Dublin's SmartDockland.
Class 3 – Logistical development and maritime economy. Design approaches and establishment of economic relations for territorial development: 1. Urban Scenario; 2. Territorial economic development; 3. Logistical Demands in the Brazilian Territory.
Class 4 – Case Studies – Approach to the Cases of the Ports of the Pacific Coast and their contrasts with the productive structure with the Ports of the Atlantic;
Class 5 – Evaluation – Presentation of proposals, complementary theme; The Port Area of Rio de Janeiro
Class 6 – Thematic Class - Guest speaker + case; The Port Area of Rio de Janeiro / CASE: Incubator in Shipyard.
Class 7 – Workshop / Applicability and proposals + Orientations under debate; Thematic Class - Guest speaker + case
Class 8 – Application and assessment in port economics, global study of Latin American relations, international ranking of ports and study of global productivity. Territorial Development Strategies and Programs
Class 9 – Studio / Applicability and proposals + Orientations under debate
Class 10 – Assessment – Presentation of proposals: Urban designs + architectures / insertion and spatialities / architectures and programs.
Class 11 – Viver Metrópole Week – Activity with and extension: TERRITORIAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES OF DEGRADED URBAN ZONES IN HINTERLÂNDIA OF THE PORT OF RIO DE JANEIRO - RJ / BRAZIL.
Class 12 – Understand the management process and competitiveness in Latin American regions, considering technological, informational and logistical efficiency characteristics.
Class 13 – Understand the geographic efficiencies and productivity arising from data technologies, workstations and intelligent infrastructure, evaluating the processes of maritime connectivity, transport and global relationships between hub ports. Completion of proposals and scenarios for solutions in the Port of Santos.
Class 14 – Contextualize and analyze the aspects of the Port of Valparaíso due to its territorial importance on the Pacific coast, evaluating the structure and current proposals for the storage area and urban sectors that expand the relationship with the city.
class 15 – Review of papers presented throughout the semester. Final Works - Presentation of proposals
LEITURAS - ECONO
AVAILABLE FROM 12.03.2021
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