Location: Santiago, Dominican Republic
Year: 2020 | Bachelor's Thesis
In collaboration with: Maria Camila Díaz
Supervisors: Henry Paulino Torres &  Pura García
Public spaces are a necessity when creating an urban proposal. Through these public spaces it is possible to integrate different communities, and more importantly providing many opportunities in the area for further growth and development. The project emerged on the lack of public spaces and facilities in Reparto Peralta, Dominican Republic.
The design creates a safe and inclusive space for the surroundings neighborhoods through a community center that includes basic facilities such as primary care centers, police station, cultural, sports, and other multi-purpose amenities for all ages. The design also respects the existing vegetation and uses appropriate materials for the comfort of the user by harmonizing building materials and the natural surrounding landscapes.
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