a + t magazine returns to the public realm through the STRATEGY series, which began in 2010 with the aim of highlighting and naming the strategies and actions underlying each project.
85 actions are identified within the 13 projects included in the issue.
They are all projects that add new dynamics to the public space through the incorporation of facilities for leisure, sports or recreational learning.
They are grouped according to:
-Scale of influence: Context, Site, Objects
-Type of strategy: Environmental, Socioeconomic, Aesthetic.
Strategies & Actions. Aurora Fernández Per
Recreating a Landscape
Gilles Brusset. L’Enfance du Pli. Meyrin (Switzerland)
Collaborating with the Users
NP2F Architects. Sports Area in the Gardens of Saint-Paul. Paris (France)
Recreating a Theme
Nendo. Tenri Station Plaza CoFuFun. Tenri (Japan)
Reusing a Corridor
MVRDV. Seoullo 7017 Skygarden. Seoul (South Korea)
Blurring the Limits
VAUMM Arkitektura. Alaberga Urban Lift. Errenteria (Spain)
Making Interior Landscapes
JAJA Architects. Activity Landscape Harboøre. Harboøre (Denmark)
Appropiating the Roof
ADEPT. Vestre Fjord Park. Aalborg (Denmark)
Applying a Generator Matrix
OLA Estudio. Lagoon pools at Monte do Gozo. Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
Hybriding Natural and Man-Made Processes
Ooze, Marjetica Potrc. Natural Bathing Pond and its Landscape. London (United Kingdom)
Learning by Doing
Students from Bartlett School of Architecture led by Jan Kattein and Julia King. The King’s Cross Skip Garden. London (United Kingdom)
Invigorating the Suburbs
Rozana Montiel, Alin V. Wallach. Cancha. Lagos de Puente Moreno, Veracruz (Mexico)
Rozana Montiel, Alin V. Wallach. Common-Unity. San Pablo Xalpa, Azcapotzalco, Mexico City (Mexico)
Learning by Playing
Wowhaus Architecture and Urban Design. Urban Farm at VDNKh. Moscow (Russia)