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Concurso | Europan12: Kalmar (Suecia) | Primer premio | Madrid | DIC13 | 

n´UNDO celebra el primer premio Europan12 en Kalmar (Suecia).

Conservación, densidad y complejidad.

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Equipo/team: Indalecio Batlles, Alejandro del Castillo, Julia Font, Verónica Sánchez y Beatríz Sendín.

Unique, living frame and meeting place of the people, the landscape is crucial to material, mental and spiritual welfare of individuals and societies.

European Landscape Agreement.

Se propone en Kalmar una intervención desde la sostenibilidad económica, social, ambiental y cultural, mediante un desarrollo urbano basado en la densidad y la complejidad, priorizando la conservación del entorno y el territorio; dicha propuesta se argumenta desde:

No construcción, desde el respeto por el territorio y las zonas de alto valor ambiental que constituyen la identidad de Kalmar. Consolidando y protegiendo los paisajes y vacíos existentes, mediante una re-estructuración de comunicaciones, que re-defina la vía principal como elemento integrador: campo-ciudad.

Minimización, con criterios de mínimo impacto: energético, ambiental y visual de las nuevas construcciones. Modelo de urbanismo intensivo puntual, frente al extensivo. Complejidad de la trama urbana y en consecuencia del enriquecimiento de la trama social, mediante la diversificación de usos y tipologías.

Reutilización, de espacios e infraestructuras existentes, revisión y optimización de las mismas. Densificación de la trama existente sin alejarse de la escala humana. Propuesta de desarrollo poli-céntrico con la creación de nuevos centros.
For a real sustainable city, we would need to talk about one based on less energy needed by the system and more urban complexity.


Unique, living frame and meeting place of the people, the landscape is crucial to material, mental and spiritual welfare of individuals and societies.

European Landscape Agreement

Intervention in Kalmar is proposed from economic, social, environmental and cultural sustainability, through urban development based on density and complexity, giving priority to the conservation of the environment and the territory; this proposal is reasoned from:
No construction, as respect for the territory and areas of high environmental value that constitute the identity of Kalmar. Consolidating and protecting landscapes and existing voids, through a restructuration of communications, which re-defines the main road as an integrative element: rural-urban.
Minimization, with criteria of minimal impact: energetic, environmental and visual of new constructions. Model of accurate intensive urbanism, opposite to extensive one. Complexity of the urban grid and in consequence enrichment of the social link, through the diversification of uses and types.
Reuse of spaces and existing infrastructure, reviewing and optimizing them. Densification of the existing frame without getting away from human scale. Proposal of poli-centric development with the creation of new centres.
For a real sustainable city, we would need to talk about one based on less energy needed by the system and more urban complexity.

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