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The origin of San Isidro is linked to agricultural-residential-educational projects that emerged under the National Institute of Colonization, during the 1950s in Spain. Its creation was motivated by the need to booster social and economic land reform, after the devastation of the Spanish civil..

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During the 50s The National Colonization Institute was created by the Franco regime to modernize the countryside and increase its productivity through water infrastructure, fields distribution and new villages. In the Alicante province were promoted three settlements: San Isidro (1953-62), Los..

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In 1969, José Luis Fernández del Amo designed the Nautical Club of the Dehesa de Campoamor urbanization on Orihuela, on the east coast of Spain. The aim was to promote a new summer center, to break tourism seasonality, complementing to the tourist offer and attracting increased purchasing power..

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Dagewo project is one of the first built designs of Zaha Hadid, completed within the International Building Exhibition Berlin 1987 - IBA Berlin 1987.

For IBA Block 2, so-called "women's block", building by and for women was a topic to be addressed. The fact that young Zaha Hadid was selected..

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Block 2

Berlin, Germany
by Peter Blake, ...

The plot between Dessauer Straße, Stresemannstraße and Bernburger Straße in Berlin-Kreuzberg, originally considered as a site for an ecological building by Frei Otto, was ultimately designated as a demonstration area for women’s issues. At the time, it was mostly wasteland. The St. Luke Church..

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The northern edge of the site fronts onto the artery of Viale Bligny, with the clatter of trams, the rush of busses, general traffic, people passing. It addresses the throbbing urban life of Milan, weaves into the mesh of the city. This frontage becomes the architectural opportunity to have a..

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Along the 45° parallel from the Atlantic coast to the Black Sea, an itinerant survey on collective actions, heritage, and imaginaries that reinvent common space beyond identity and borders. Today, as “relationships have been converted to services and commons to commodities”, we are looking for..

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Mapping the Margins

Thesprotia-Epirus, Greece
by TiriLab

"Mapping the Margins" is a series of maps and documentations, identifying, for the first time, all the women associations, local agriculture cooperatives as well as abandoned buildings in Thesprotia province, in order to create an active platform where many cooperatives can find a space to grow. Add to a collection

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