Regenerating neighborhoods through the insertion of collective housing
The low density and lack of public spaces are two major factors that are detrimental to the urban quality of Córdoba in Argentina. Careful analysis of the Güemes neighborhood identified the need to suggest a series of measures to improve current conditions. Adaptable and multipliable buildings for flexible use are proposed, including a range of provisions to reduce the environmental impact of the project: green roofs, rainwater collection, grey water for irrigation, solar energy production, and the use of recycled materials for construction. The initiative is conceived as a public-private partnership creating answers to heal and improve the neighborhood.