Urban Planning Havana —
The 2012-2015 INTBAU Charrettes
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URBAN PLANNING HAVANA
The International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU) in partnership with C.E.U. Cuba promote, lead and organize annually, an Urban Planning Havana Charrette.
The International Urban Planning Havana Charrette builds on work from previous years of international architects and planners join Cuban experts and local communities for a one-week charrette to develop proposals for the regeneration and development of the waterfront area of Centro Havana.
Focus group during the 8th Havana Charratte for the waterfront west of the Alamendares.
Photo by Caesar Studio Archives 2015©
Ideas for “A Master Plan for 21st Century Havana¨ are tested in the Charrettes. For more information about the Masterplan or the Charrettes, contact the leader and organizer Julio Cesar Perez Hernandez at Caesar Studio.
MASTER PLAN OF HAVANA
“The challenges of Urban Planning Havana are many and huge but the most important one will be the integration of this territory as proposed in the Master Plan.” –Julio César Pérez, leader and organizer.
Leader and organizer: Julio César Pérez, Historian and organizer: John T. Pilling, Appreciated members: Oscar Jaime Rodríguez, Héctor Gómez Adán.
Urban Planning Havana
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