‘places where we can meet, connect and take care’
‘where we meet’ project in Tilburg.
‘Where we meet’ is a project which starts from stories and aims to solve the needs which come from it. The location is ’t Zand (Tilburg); the theme, care and living in the future; the guide line: interviews with the neighbors and institutions.
both, people and place.
Neighbours are disconnected and need improvements. The urban space is rigid and turn the back to allow social interactions.
broken the inaction buildings.
The most significant building which gather this conditions is placed in Statenlaan; and herewith we will try to turn it around and upside down in order to make spaces where we can meet, connect and take care.
architecture for a social interaction.
The project finds its meaning and base in the concept of ‘architecture for maintenance’ (to build a chain of help between neighbors) and social interaction (to avoid one of the future treatment for the society, the dementia).
‘where we (can) meet’.
Architect: Paula Cores Barral
Type of project: academic project, 3º year Master (AAS Tilburg)
Phase: definitive design
Topic: collective housing, restoration
Place: Tilburg (NL)
Mentor(s): Johan de Wachter and Carry Rosenblatt