Tuesday, May 19, 2009

New Agglomeration Design Proposal, China by Jorge Ayala

In the last century, cities have become the most frequented environment for humankind, concentrating both wealth, poverty, decision making process and acting both as a machine to channel a constantly growing global capitalism but also hosting the last remaining structures of political power to balance it.

Jorge Ayala’s proposal for a new agglomeration in China seek to develop an strategy that embraces the overall site, a 27 square kilometre island in the Pearl River Delta, including its natural energies such as tidal variation, local mangroves reserve and seasonal rainfall.

Credit images: © Jorge Ayala

Jorge Ayala is based between Paris and London (RIBA Part 3 eligible) currently working at Plasma Studio on projects within China.


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