Architecture, Lima, Time, Food System
"I propose to inteverne this otherwise spread out and disconnected environment and insert programmatic interfaces that result in interactions between the different users to be located there, without compromising the market’s need for efficient transactions. An other important factor is time. This will be done by the formulation of two different strategies that deal with different scales. On a larger scale, zoning is to be redefined, concentrating administrative, leisure and event program relevant to the 3 clients so as to spatially unify already built structures. On a smaller scale, this program acts as a creator of visual and spatial connections with the market halls, bringing the merchants who work there closer to the market administration run by EMMSA and the food policy makers working with APEGA.
Dammert, Santiago, "Political Dialogue: spatial opportunities within the Lima food system" (2013). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 167.
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