Category: David Tejeda Tejera

Phase 4 · La Puça [EDITED]

The format for this Phase is format C “desing”. Continue reading


Phase 3b · La Puça a Carolines [EDITED]

From phase 2 and 3a, I saw the opportunity to restart the neighbourhood with the installation of a street market, recovering the public it had since they lost Campoamor, on the other side of the neighbourhood, but instead of a regular open air vegetable market, the flea market became the best option. Continue reading

Phase 3a · Article · Kunsthaus Tacheles

1 Introduction

After the fall of the Wall, this graffiti-slathered art squat became a permanent fixture on Oranienburger Strasse, drawing locals and tourists to its galleries, cultural venues, bizarre sculptures and beer garden. Although over time it lost much of its anarchic edge, it was still one of the few bastions of alternative spirit in this heavily gentrified area.

During the period of Germany’s union, the Aussiedlergesetze enabled immigration to Germany of some residents from the former Soviet Union. The current decade experiences an increasing influx from various Western countries. Especially young EU-Europeans are settling in the city.

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Phase 3a · Article · PICH

1 Introduction

Appears in the city the necessity to give continuity to the internal areas more degraded and abandoned by the city. After a growth against the suburbs of the city, the historical centre and adjacent neighborhoods where in freefall, was it due to the inhabitants left to live in areas which satisfied better their necessities or because they were abandoned by the corresponding authorities.

In this study case it’s presented an urban intervention that tries to unite all the agents in the neighbourhood and the authorities to modify the working system and the exterior image of the area, by creating new equipments or regenerating the existent.

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Delimited by Jijona Avenue, Jaime Segarra and Mayor Suárez Llanos, the neighborhood of Carolinas Bajas shown in the eyes of the visitor as a populated centre consolidated urbanistically, in which resides almost ten thousand people living in blocks of flats in three to four heights.

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