Open Seminar “Matanza-Riachuelo River Basin I2: Inclusion and Interdiscipline”

2015 · Buenos Aires

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Between June and November 2015, members of the Design and Development Program from the School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU) and the School of Social Science (FSOC), University of Buenos Aires (UBA), carried out the Open Seminar "Matanza-Riachuelo River-Basin I2: Inclusion and Interdiscipline". The activity consisted in series of seven meetings, where each of the seven work teams presented their research advance about social-spacial tensions in the Matanza-Riachuelo River Basin (territory that includes the jurisdictions of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires and the Buenos Aires province, Argentina). The teams work on diverse lines described in the Research Project sponsored by the UBA where they belong (UBACyT "Tensions, Projects e Interventions for Development with social-spacial inclusion in the Matanza-Riachuelo River Basin"). Alternately, the meetings were developed at the Institute of Human Spatiality (IEH), FADU, UBA, and the Center of City Studies (CEC), FSOC, UBA. Following is described the seminar program, with the corresponding dates, sites, topics and exhibitors.

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06/03 - FADU
"The Urban Issue: Debates on Inclusion in the City"
Adriana Clemente, Mónica Lacarrieu and team (Carolina Maglioni, Vanesa Marassi, Domingo Risso)

06/24 - FADU
"Projects for Social-Spatial Inclusion in the Matanza-Riachuelo River Basin, developed at FADU, UBA"
Guillermo Cabrera


07/22 - FADU

"Critical Analysis and Impact on Media of a Selection of City and Sectorial Plans for the Metropolitan Region of Buenos Aires (1990-2013)"
Margarita Gutman and team (Mónica Brazeiro, James Foley, Carolina Ipes, Javier Nesprias, Julia Nesprias, Ximena Puppo, Ileana Versace, Laura Wainer)

dyd seminarioabierto2015 p104012508/19 - FSOC
"Critical Analysis of Habitat Management Governmental Structures. Preliminary Ideas for Re-designing a Comprehensive Management of Popular Habitat in the XXI Century, under Participative, Inclusive and Democratic Premises".
Juan Pablo Scaglia and Verónica Gallardo


dyd seminarioabierto2015 p104013109/30 - FADU

"Tensions between Violent Subsistence Economies and Ways of Spatial Occupation in Social Vulnerable Territories at the Matanza-Riachuelo River Basin, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (CABA)".
Ariel Pradelli

10/28 - FADU
"Physical Space and Ways of Living at the Matanza-Riachuelo River Basin. Configurative and Semantic Readings."
Ariel Misuraca and team (Mariela Alonso Salgado, Alejandro Gianni, Omar Montero, Pedro Nolasco, Valentino Tignanelli)


11/25 - FSOC

"Theoretical Aproach and Planning Practice for the Re-urbanization of Popular Neighbourhoods at the Metropolitan Region of Buenos Aires"
Javier Fernández Castro 

 

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This program is supported by the JULIEN J. STUDLEY FOUNDATION
 
 
 

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