Being concerned about the form that cohabitation has taken in contemporary cities we wander what were and are the spatial circumstances under which cohabitation has been determined in each
From the individuality the estrangement of the dense city until the experience of locus in terms of proximity and trust, in provincial places, there is a big gap.
The same thing happens between suburbia (wasteful of land) and the city (far too removed from the land).
We are about to explore the possibilities of a region-territory-district straight at the limits of our city , so this region marks a transition. The question is what do we suggest instead of living in blocks and suburban individual houses? The answer can be living and cohabitating in clusters.
Separation of life and car. A combination of two different layers of movement. A pedestrian and car red.
Interiority in the schematic layout of residence.
Common green and activity spaces for residential groups.
Protection from the outside without buildings-shields..but with a gradual increase and reduction of the height of the residential units from the outside to the inside.
Slight elevation from the side of the road.
Creating useful place for covering the parking needs of the residences.