3rd Cycle Talk CATASTROPHY AND PLANNING 3rd Cycle Talk CATASTROPHY AND PLANNING 2017-05-31

3rd Cycle Talk CATASTROPHY AND PLANNING

May 31, 2017. FAAD Auditorium -2. Republic 180.

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

RECONSTRUCTION, LANDSCAPE AND ECOLOGY

How do landscapes shape after a catastrophe? It should be noted that after a catastrophe the landscapes are reconfigured spatially, aesthetically and normatively, although they remain dependent on what exists.

Mauricio Onetto presents these unexpected landscapes by discussing the historicities, sensitivities and policies that disasters highlight in the moment of rethinking the urban, architectural and aesthetic values? before and after catastrophes and confronting them with the social realities of every season.

Angela Delorenzo presents the case of the city of Valdivia and the opportunities that arise after the earthquake of 1960, from an urban area and site design, so that the morphology of the city adapts to these environmental conditions.


Exhibitors:
Mauricio Onetto.

Doctorate (PH.D.) and Master in HISTOIRE ET CIVILISATIONS, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS, Paris). Degree in History of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He is currently Professor and Researcher at the IDESH Institute of the Autonomous University of Chile, and heads the Fondecyt No. 11150474: "Configuration and Territorial Perception of Chile. Geopolitics, representations and imaginary around the Estrecho de Magallanes.

Angela Delorenzo

Co-founder of LAND Arquitectos. He received a Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture, with emphasis in Environmental Planning and Urban Design (MLA) of the University of California, Berkeley and a diploma in Evaluation and Project Management of the Business School of the University of Chile. Architect at Finis Terrae University.

New Reconstruction Project_ Mariano Egaña Rural School New Reconstruction Project_ Mariano Egaña Rural School 2017-05-12

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Under Initiatives L A N D and together with the Foundation Desafio Levantemos Chile we are working on the reconstruction of this school of 218m2 for 20 students of elementary school, also has a comunity garden and a small bikepark. Collaborating: Alberto Ramirez structural calculation, Dicyp especilidades, Illustrious Municipality of San Javier and MINEDUC Talca architect Mauricio Vera.

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PLADBI Punta de Lobos is a replicable model in other similar coastal areas under environmental or cultural risk.

 

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Finger Joint House
is recognized by Top 100 Projects of Archdaily, it has been chosen by users of the platform as one of the 100 most important works of architecture in Chile, in the celebration of 10 years of Archdaily.

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Santa Rosa School was nominated tu the awards Work of the Year de Plataforma Arquitectura.

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