Phase 4 – TRASH BARTER MARKET

Trash Barter Market is an exchange program that manage the waste created during the tardeo time on Saturdays in Alicante by creating an infrastructure that permit new situations appear in the Central Market square related with trash and social interaction.

WORK IN PROGRESS

02 _ Main Objetives

The main objective is create a new link between the market and the 25th of May square organizing the activities developed there in order to create new relations between the users and approach the space to the neighbours while developing a project that create awareness with recycling.

 

 

03 _ Portada strategies

To get it we are going to follow the next strategies that will be followed for manage the project in a suitable way:

04 _ Strategy01

05 _ Strategy02

06 _ Strategy0307 _ Strategy0408 _ Strategy0509 _ Strategy06

 

The following concepts will be developed in order to structurate the project:

03 _ Concepts

The first step is to create the Market Association that involve the traders but also the bars, and the neighbours, that are the agents affected by the “tardeo” and the market activity.

The association is in charge of manage the project and organize the activities in collaboration with the cultural associations and the city council, and assume the responsibility of maintaining a proper square image.

 

The Exchange System structurate the whole project by managing the waste of the “tardeo”, and creating a barter market that will be set in order to provide benefits to the traders and the users of the market.

 

In the end, it is important to organize and control the Activities developed there, above all the “tardeo” but developing new situations that make the square a cultural and social reference point during the whole week.

 

 

13 _ Portada designs

DESIGN OBJECTIVES

 

 

DESIGN BENEFITS

 

11 _ Barter Market -  RESUMEN

 

06 _ Cuadro de diseños

 

 

BRANDING 

 

DESIGN #03 – LOGO

15 _ A03 Logo -  design

 

ADVERTISING

 

DESIGN #05 – ADVERTISING BARTER MARKET

20 _ B05 Advertising - Complete design

20a _ B05 Advertising -  Objectives

21 _ B05 Advertising -  city center 22 _ B05 Advertising -  design 23 _ B05 Advertising -  design 24 _ B05 Advertising -  References25 _ B05 Advertising -  design2 city 26 _ B05 Advertising -  References

DESIGN #06 – IMAGE BARTER MARKET

27 _ B06 Image -  design

 

 

28 _ B06 Image -  References

 

Reference:

Inkacycle:   http://www.inteligenciascolectivas.org/inkacycle/

 

OBJECTS

 

DESIGN #09 – BARTER STANDS

39 _ C09 MODULO GRADA - design

40 _ C09 STAND TRUEQUE - development 41 _ C09 STAND TRUEQUE - development

 

 

 

DESIGN #11 – MARKET PARLIAMENT

45 _ C09 PARLIAMENT - development

 

 

DESIGN #12 – SOCIAL FURNITURE

42 _ C09 REUNION+DIVERSION - development42a _ C09 TARDEO - development 43 _ C09 REUNION+DIVERSION - development 44 _ C09 COLUMPIOS DIVERSION - development

44a _ C09 MODULO GRADA - development35 _ C09 Stands - References

 

DESIGN #13 – TEMPORARY STRUCTURE

49 _ C13 STRUCTURE - development

50 _ C13 STRUCTURE IMAGE - development

 

ACTIONS

 

DESIGN #14 – EXCHANGE BREAKFASTS

 

The Exchange Breakfast is an action that involve the neighbours and the common citizens that want to join the activity.

The idea is set an activity simmilar to the “tardeo” act but thought for sharing and involving the people that usually are affected in a negative way fot the “tardeo” to live the experience and participate in the public life by offering and reciving in a good mood and confirming that another way of relating is possible.

 


85 _ D13 Breakfast -  Development0184 _ D13 Breakfast - Objectives83 _ D13 Breakfast - References

References:

Desayuno con Viandantes:  http://www.desayunoconviandantes.org/

Permanent Breakfast:  http://www.permanentbreakfast.org/

 

 

DESIGN #15 – BARTER DAYS

 

Barter Days are developed once a week and stablish a system of exchange of food coupons by giving recyclable waste produced at home. This activity wants to set a new relation with the trash and attract new users to the central market, stimulating with its development the market activity.

87 _ D14 Barter Days - Objectives

 

88 _ D14 Barter Days - References

Cambio Verde and Mercado de Trueque are two of the initiatives in South America that change products related with food for home waste, there are a lot of other type of markets based on the barter concept all arround the world.

References:

_Mercado de Trueque (Mexico D.F.):

http://mercadodetrueque.org/pagina/

http://www.sedema.df.gob.mx/mercadodetrueque/

_Cambio Verde (Curtiba – Brazil) :

http://www.taringa.net/posts/ecologia/5524232/Programa-cambio-Verde—Residuos-por-alimentos.html

_Others

http://truequezaragoza.blogspot.com.es/

http://www.artbarter.co.uk/index.php

 

With the same infrastructure during the tardeo days a simmilar exchange is produced by changing the empty bottles for benefits in the users purchases that cause an increasing of the sales for the traders.

90 _ D14 Tardeo Exchange- Barter Days _ Development

 

DESIGN #16 – COOKING FREE LESSONS

The Barter Days have associated other activities as the cooking lessons, related with the products that users are going to buy that complement the situations created for that days.

The lesson also produces additional relations with the assistants in the spaces where the extra activities are located by sharing experiencies and meeting new people.

 

 

DESIGN #17 – LEISURE & CULTURE BARTER DAYS

 

98 _ C09 GALLERY - development 99 _ C09 GRADA TRUEQUE - development

 

DESIGN #18 – TRASH WORKSHOPS

95 _ C09 MODULO WORKSHOP - development 96 _ WORKSHOP

 

BENEFITS

 

SOCIAL

An increment of the social interactions appear with the project. The relations that implies the “tardeo” on saturdays  now have a physical support that also promote new relations during the week, creating new links between the neighbours, the traders and the tourist with an increasing of the affluence to the market that also produces other benefits.

 

ECONOMICAL

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL

 

 

CULTURAL

 

 

 

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