Design-led explorations to tackle climate change
Edited by Viviana d’Auria, Ward Verbakel, and Basil Descheemaeker
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First volume in the new series LAP <Landscape and Architecture Projections>- an innovative series on architecture, urbanism, and landscape
Against the backdrop of climate change and intensifying human occupation, explorative design strategies can play a role in recalibrating the relation between landscape logics and urbanization patterns in the Andes.
Urban Andes marks the start of the new series LAP on innovative design research in architecture, urbanism, and landscape. It is the result of a two-year collaboration (2018-2020), initiated by the CCA in cooperation with KU Leuven and various partners, including local organizations and the VLIR-UOS. A co-production of students, researchers and designers, this book suggests alternative futures in the light of climate change in the Andes, crossing scales of landscape systems to new settlement typologies within the Cachi River basin of Ayacucho, Peru.
Contributors: Basil Descheemaeker (KU Leuven / UCL-LOCI), Ward Verbakel (KU Leuven), Viviana d’Auria (KU Leuven), Margarita Macera Carnero (KU Leuven), Monica Rivera Muñoz (KU Leuven), Louise Blancquaert (KU Leuven), Elisabeth De Clerq (KU Leuven), Thomas Hawer (KU Leuven), Willem Hubrechts (KU Leuven), Sigrid Vangeneugden (KU Leuven), Bruno De Meulder (KU Leuven), Bram Willems (CCA).
This publication is GPRC-labeled (Guaranteed Peer-Reviewed Content).
7 (RE)FRAMING THE URBAN ANDES
21 PARALLEL NARRATIVES FOR CITY AND BASIN
89 WORKSHOP #1 FROM BASIN TO CITY
103 THESIS EXPLORATIONS EMERGING NEIGHBOURHOODS
131 WORKSHOP #2 (RE)DEFINING AYACUCHO
153 AN ONLINE CONVERSATION
Format: Edited volume - ebook
Illustrated in full colour
Publication: August 21, 2022
Series: LAP 1
Languages: English: United States
Viviana d’Auria is an associate professor in international urbanism at KU Leuven and co-head of the Urban Design, Urbanism, Landscape and Planning division.
Ward Verbakel is partner at plusoffice architects, guest professor at KU Leuven, and member of the artistic board of A+ Architecture in Belgium.