- # Construction
- # Social
- # Environment
- # Economy
Throughout history industries have been colonizers agents of a territory that in the short term will pass from margin to center.
This strategy, which responds to the logic of not disturbing, comes into conflict when the city grows and encompasses new territories that decontextualize the industrial core of their original productive role, turning them into decadent centers and new ruins in ours cities.
The proposal reorganize the correlative relation between periphery - industry - city under a logic that benefits the integration and cohesion of the territory, in an attempt to retake the industrial vestige as an element of identity and collective belonging.
The industrial ruins must be rethought as a public space that incorporates nature in its architecture, allowing its occupation through plants that form a new botanical garden of free access, using the maintime between ruin and fetishization of it through reuse projects.