Architecture, Lima, Time, Food System
“I propose a more complex project composed of hybrid programs that reflect a deeper analysis of the site and its relations to the city and its food system, as well as 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. Since market activities tend to take place at different times than more generic office hours within which most people work, it is important to design program with time slots in mind, generating not only spatial interfaces but chronographic interfaces”
Dammert, Santiago A., "Political space: an opportunity within the Lima food system" (2012). Architecture Thesis Prep. 206.
Syracuse University School of Architecture submission
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