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Call for freedom. Understanding aid coordination in Haiti: a new perspective for a new response.

  1. 1. Call For Freedom-NEW (Haitian Art) Acrylic on Canvas 36X48 By Patrice Piard (For The Glory of Haitian Art) CALL FOR FREEDOM www.neeviaPDF.com
  2. 2. Understanding Aid Coordination in Haiti: a new perspective for a new response TUTORS Alexander Vollebregt_ Research Robert Nottrot_ Architecture Arjan van Timmeren_ Building Tech | P5_ Graduation presentation | 06112013 Federica Garofalo www.neeviaPDF.com
  3. 3. Presentation structure www.neeviaPDF.com
  4. 4. 1. Introduction 2. Research: theoretical background 3. Research findings 4. Design principles 5. Design 6. Open conclusions www.neeviaPDF.com
  5. 5. 1. Introduction 2. Research: theoretical background 3. Research findings 4. Design principles 5. Design 6. Open conclusions www.neeviaPDF.com
  6. 6. 1. Introduction 2. Research: theoretical background 3. Research findings 4. Design principles 5. Design 6. Open conclusions www.neeviaPDF.com
  7. 7. 1. Introduction 2. Research: theoretical background 3. Research findings 4. Design principles 5. Design 6. Open conclusions www.neeviaPDF.com
  8. 8. 1. Introduction 2. Research: theoretical background 3. Research findings 4. Design principles 5. Design 6. Open conclusions www.neeviaPDF.com
  9. 9. 1. Introduction 2. Research: theoretical background 3. Research findings 4. Design principles 5. Design 6. Open conclusions www.neeviaPDF.com
  10. 10. 1. Introduction 2. Research: theoretical background 3. Research findings 4. Design principles 5. Design 6. Open conclusions www.neeviaPDF.com
  11. 11. 1. introduction: challenges www.neeviaPDF.com
  12. 12. before we start talking... understand the context ...video www.neeviaPDF.com
  13. 13. WARNING! THE CONTENT OF THIS VIDEO MIGHT BE DISTURBING VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED ATTEZIONE! IL CONTENUTO DI QUESTO VIDEO PU0’ ESSERE SCIOC- CANTE: LA VISIONE è A DISCREZIONE DEL PUBBLICOwww.neeviaPDF.com
  14. 14. www.neeviaPDF.com
  15. 15. “ ... ” www.neeviaPDF.com
  16. 16. I have my reasons for being here... www.neeviaPDF.com
  17. 17. 1. Big disaster = complex research, simple design 2. Connect real problems to formal choices 3. Use of alternative materials www.neeviaPDF.com
  18. 18. 1. Big disaster = complex research, simple design • Understand a complex reality with massive contrasts • Simple project, big impact 2. Connect real problems to formal choices 3. Use of alternative materials www.neeviaPDF.com
  19. 19. 1. Big disaster = big challenges in research & design 2. Connect real problems to formal choices • Traducing problems into coherent architectural forms 3. Use of alternative materials www.neeviaPDF.com
  20. 20. 1. Big disaster = big challenges in research & design 2. Connect real problems to formal choices 3. Use of alternative materials • Integration in the cultural identity of Haiti www.neeviaPDF.com
  21. 21. 2. theoretical background www.neeviaPDF.com
  22. 22. research design www.neeviaPDF.com
  23. 23. 2 fundamental questions www.neeviaPDF.com
  24. 24. 1. why aid coordination? www.neeviaPDF.com
  25. 25. 2. why in haiti? www.neeviaPDF.com
  26. 26. Port au Prince www.neeviaPDF.com
  27. 27. FEW FACTS ABOUT HAITI 1. Poverty and illiteracy 2. Tropical climate 3. Country of voodoo 4. Rich artistic culture Ayiti “Land of Mountains” www.neeviaPDF.com
  28. 28. May 1 2011: Rosa St. Fleur, 45, stands with her children outside the metal shack they shared within the garbage-filled slum of Cité Soleil, Haiti. Picture by Ben Rusnak FEW FACTS ABOUT HAITI 1. Poverty and illiteracy 2. Tropical climate 3. Country of voodoo 4. Rich artistic culture www.neeviaPDF.com
  29. 29. FEW FACTS ABOUT HAITI 1. Poverty and illiteracy 2. Tropical climate 3. Country of voodoo 4. Rich artistic culture Image from touristmaker.comwww.neeviaPDF.com
  30. 30. FEW FACTS ABOUT HAITI 1. Poverty and illiteracy 2. Tropical climate 3. Country of voodoo 4. Rich artistic culture Haitian voodoo dolls Picture from madamepickwickartblog.com www.neeviaPDF.com
  31. 31. FEW FACTS ABOUT HAITI 1. Poverty and illiteracy 2. Tropical climate 3. Country of voodoo 4. Rich artistic culture Bidonville after the earthquake, Haitian artist FRANCILLON LAMEURwww.neeviaPDF.com
  32. 32. 250.000 people killed, more than 300.000 harmed. 1.7 million people left homeless In 2012 still over a million people living in tents. January 12,2010 | Earthquake in Haiti Picture taken on January 14, 2010 by Juar48 http://www.flickr.com/photos/juar/4275677590/ www.neeviaPDF.com
  33. 33. haiti is a challenging context www.neeviaPDF.com
  34. 34. Picture by Picture by Corbis fragile state, poverty natural disasters + complex emergency www.neeviaPDF.com
  35. 35. Disasters are disasters different effects according to where they hit www.neeviaPDF.com
  36. 36. Earthquakeinl’Aquila, Italy, 2009 Earthquake in Haiti, 2010 Image source http://www.celva.it/primopianoc.asp?id=17&l=1&n=187 Image source ©Alison Wright death, distruction and displacement Magnitude 6.3 308 deaths, 80.000 homeless Magnitude 7.0 250.000 deaths, 1.7 million homeless www.neeviaPDF.com
  37. 37. disaster after disaster no time to recovery no development www.neeviaPDF.com
  38. 38. http://blog.ob.org/tomas-drenches-haiti-%E2%80%9Cstreets-turned-into-rivers%E2%80%9D/ www.neeviaPDF.com
  39. 39. A child wades through a sea of styrofoam and plastic containers looking for plastic bottles that the family will sell for money in the slum area of Citi Soliel in Port-au-Prince, on September 13, 2011. (Reuters/Swoan Parker) www.neeviaPDF.com
  40. 40. what happens after a disaster? www.neeviaPDF.com
  41. 41. three main phases: 1. emergency first 6 months 2. recovery short term development 2-5 years 3. long term development from 5 years on www.neeviaPDF.com
  42. 42. in Haiti: recovery but no long term development 1. emergency 2. short term 3. long term www.neeviaPDF.com
  43. 43. vicious cycle of reconstruction leads to short term development Build - destruction - rebuild - destruction - rebuild - destructionwww.neeviaPDF.com
  44. 44. obstinate reconstruction without changing or adapting to the environment Build - destruction - rebuild - destruction - rebuild - destruction Human Nature Strikes Back by Daniel Cuomo Source: http://egn56.deviantart.com/art/Human-Nature-Strikes-Back-61132319 www.neeviaPDF.com
  45. 45. how do we break this vicious cycle? www.neeviaPDF.com
  46. 46. the 2010 haiti earthquake, can be a starting point towards a radical change 2010 2013 ?www.neeviaPDF.com
  47. 47. From disasters to aid coordination www.neeviaPDF.com
  48. 48. The future reconstruction of Haiti by Ricardo, for El Mundo. The writing on the man's knapsack says, International Aid www.neeviaPDF.com
  49. 49. Helping people in Haiti. (Chinese official media’s reporting of earth- quake aid for Haiti carries a nationalistic, self-promotional tune.) 2010.1.18 @Haiti www.neeviaPDF.com
  50. 50. Total Donations for Haiti Earthquake Relief: TOTAL: $14.9 billion + debt forgiveness CBSnews, Haiti earthquake aid, 20-04-2010 www.neeviaPDF.com
  51. 51. why so much money but no development?! www.neeviaPDF.com
  52. 52. who uses the money: humanitarian aid www.neeviaPDF.com
  53. 53. Current aid system: clusters UN clusters by UN OCHA www.neeviaPDF.com
  54. 54. UN clusters by UN OCHA Current aid system: clusters ruled by United Nations is not an official part of the haitian government www.neeviaPDF.com
  55. 55. Current aid system: clusters the clusters are the actors which decide how things are done UN clusters by UN OCHA www.neeviaPDF.com
  56. 56. Current aid system: clusters the clusters are the actors which decide how things are done delivery of aid UN clusters by UN OCHA www.neeviaPDF.com
  57. 57. Cooking kits provided by World Vision are distributed to earthquake survivors in Haiti, following the earthquake that struck the capital on 12 January 2010. Picture by Joshua Lee Kelsey www.neeviaPDF.com
  58. 58. Images by Reuters www.neeviaPDF.com
  59. 59. clusters: problems temporary system foreign aid UN clusters by UN OCHAwww.neeviaPDF.com
  60. 60. clusters: problems temporary system gaps in the local system foreign aid little involvement of haitians agencies UN clusters by UN OCHAwww.neeviaPDF.com
  61. 61. NGO cartoon by © Chris Riddell 2010 VERTICALITY OF THE CLUSTER APPROACH MAIN ORGANIZATION CLUSTER coordinators NGOs in the clusters PRODUCTS SUB BSUB A A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ... B C D E F G H www.neeviaPDF.com
  62. 62. Where do cluster people meet? www.neeviaPDF.com
  63. 63. in tents or containers: temporary structures UN base camp by MINUSTAH on Flicker www.neeviaPDF.com
  64. 64. example of shelter cluster meeting... Image by Shelter Cluster www.neeviaPDF.com
  65. 65. temporary clusters + temporary structures www.neeviaPDF.com
  66. 66. leads to... www.neeviaPDF.com
  67. 67. leads to... Cartoon by Peter Brookes from The Times, January 16 2010 www.neeviaPDF.com
  68. 68. 3. research findings www.neeviaPDF.com
  69. 69. 1 - Research: need of a continuous coordination system embedded in the local government 2 MAIN FINDINGS: www.neeviaPDF.com
  70. 70. Case study: Permanent clusters in Kyrgyzstan Disaster response in Kyrgyzstan by UN OCHA www.neeviaPDF.com
  71. 71. Implement permanent clusters in Haiti! Disaster response in Kyrgyzstan by UN OCHA Case study: Permanent clusters in Kyrgyzstan www.neeviaPDF.com
  72. 72. permanent clusters = continuous coordination to mediate foreigner and local agencies progressive development www.neeviaPDF.com
  73. 73. 2 - Design Need of a permanent place for coordination 2 MAIN FINDINGS 1 - Research: need of a continuous coordination system embedded in the local government www.neeviaPDF.com
  74. 74. Image: www.urd.org www.neeviaPDF.com
  75. 75. 4. design principles www.neeviaPDF.com
  76. 76. the choice of a sustainable design approach www.neeviaPDF.com
  77. 77. the choice of a sustainable design approach what is sustainability? www.neeviaPDF.com
  78. 78. the choice of a sustainable design approach what is sustainability? “TakinglessfromtheEarthand giving more to people.” the Rocky Mountain Institute, “Primer on Sustainable Building” Sustaunability scheme by ReThinkgroupwww.neeviaPDF.com
  79. 79. the choice of a sustainable design approach what is sustainability? Sustainable architecture: www.neeviaPDF.com
  80. 80. the choice of a sustainable design approach what is sustainability? Sustainable architecture: • uses locally available materials Construction worker in Bali, by Ibuku www.neeviaPDF.com
  81. 81. the choice of a sustainable design approach what is sustainability? Sustainable architecture: • use of locally available materials • resources that do not damage the environment Bamboo plants variety by Ibuku www.neeviaPDF.com
  82. 82. the choice of a sustainable design approach what is sustainability? Sustainable architecture: • use of locally available materials • resources that do not damage the environment • adapts to local environment and people Tornado by dummidumbwit web blog www.neeviaPDF.com
  83. 83. knowing all of this... www.neeviaPDF.com
  84. 84. how do you connect aid coordination to architectural design? www.neeviaPDF.com
  85. 85. research design www.neeviaPDF.com
  86. 86. 5. design www.neeviaPDF.com
  87. 87. Goals of the design: 1. Comfortable feeling given by natural ma- terials 2. Spaces for work open and tall : overview on the space. 3. A public place to connect aid coordina- tion a to local public events www.neeviaPDF.com
  88. 88. Goals of the design: 1. Comfortable feeling given by natural materials. Inspiration: Anna Heringer , METI school in Bangladesh www.neeviaPDF.com
  89. 89. Goals of the design: 1. Comfortable feeling given by natural ma- terials. Inspiration: Anna Heringer , METI school in Bangladesh 2. Spaces for work open and tall : overview on the space. Inspiration: Peter Rich, Mapungubwe Interpretation Cen- tre, South Africa www.neeviaPDF.com
  90. 90. Goals of the design: 1. Comfortable feeling given by natural ma- terials. Inspiration: Anna Heringer , METI school in Bangladesh 2. Spaces for work open and tall : overview on the space. Inspiration: Peter Rich, Mapungubwe Interpretation Cen- tre, South Africa 3. Space to connect aid coordination to lo- cal public events Inspiration: Ibuku, Green school, Bali www.neeviaPDF.com
  91. 91. qualities of the architectural space www.neeviaPDF.com
  92. 92. CONNECT ACTIVATE A CHANGE GATHER ORGANIZE DECIDE INTERRELATE ADAPTABLE FLEXIBLE SUSTAINABLE INDEPENDENT RESISTANT MEET FACE ATTRACT TALK COFFEE BREAK INTEGRATED ACCESSIBLE SYMBOLIZE SHARE EXCHANGE KNOW UNDERSTAND DISCUSS www.neeviaPDF.com
  93. 93. design outcome www.neeviaPDF.com
  94. 94. www.neeviaPDF.com
  95. 95. clusters offices and public space materials: bamboo, earthwww.neeviaPDF.com
  96. 96. location? www.neeviaPDF.com
  97. 97. First step: first coordination hub Port au Prince, Haitiwww.neeviaPDF.com
  98. 98. • HIGHWAY • PRIMARY ROADS • AIRPORT AND PORT www.neeviaPDF.com
  99. 99. • accessible: located along highway and primary road, between airport and harbour www.neeviaPDF.com
  100. 100. • accessible: located along highway and primary road, between airport and harbour • decentralized: close to the city centre but not in the centre, safer in disaster situations www.neeviaPDF.com
  101. 101. • accessible: located along highway and primary road, between airport and harbour • decentralized: close to the city centre but not in the centre, safer in disaster situations • interesting urban tissue: tent camp around an amphitheatre www.neeviaPDF.com
  102. 102. PROJECT AREA Arereal view of IDP camp, Prt au Prince by Google Earth www.neeviaPDF.com
  103. 103. Arereal view of IDP camp, Prt au Prince by Google Earth www.neeviaPDF.com
  104. 104. Arereal view of IDP camp, Prt au Prince by Panoramio www.neeviaPDF.com
  105. 105. Arereal view of IDP camp, Prt au Prince by Panoramio www.neeviaPDF.com
  106. 106. www.neeviaPDF.com
  107. 107. why it became what it became www.neeviaPDF.com
  108. 108. recalling the research goal... www.neeviaPDF.com
  109. 109. recalling the research goal... implement permanent clusters + space to work www.neeviaPDF.com
  110. 110. cluster system design concept www.neeviaPDF.com
  111. 111. masterplan generation www.neeviaPDF.com
  112. 112. Arereal view of IDP camp, Prt au Prince by Google Earth www.neeviaPDF.com
  113. 113. Finding site rules... www.neeviaPDF.com
  114. 114. Urban shapes www.neeviaPDF.com
  115. 115. Focus point: Amphitheatre existing urban element promoting the action of gatheringwww.neeviaPDF.com
  116. 116. 1 | AMPHITHEATRE | public spacewww.neeviaPDF.com
  117. 117. 2 | GRID | connects big and small scalewww.neeviaPDF.com
  118. 118. 3 | STAGEwww.neeviaPDF.com
  119. 119. 4 | CONNECT PUBLIC SPACESwww.neeviaPDF.com
  120. 120. 5 | PROLIFERATION | OFFICESwww.neeviaPDF.com
  121. 121. 6 | PROMENADEwww.neeviaPDF.com
  122. 122. MASTERPLAN 10 m www.neeviaPDF.com
  123. 123. MASTERPLAN 10 m www.neeviaPDF.com
  124. 124. MASTERPLAN FACADEwww.neeviaPDF.com
  125. 125. Image: Katharine Sutliff in Science. BUILDING AS A MEDIUM TO CONNECT www.neeviaPDF.com
  126. 126. connect place - to - place www.neeviaPDF.com
  127. 127. connect people - to - place www.neeviaPDF.com
  128. 128. connect people - to - people through spaces www.neeviaPDF.com
  129. 129. how do you bring many people together and then them go apart? www.neeviaPDF.com
  130. 130. combining different spaces www.neeviaPDF.com
  131. 131. Plan www.neeviaPDF.com
  132. 132. 3 kind of spaces... program LEt' s get in! www.neeviaPDF.com
  133. 133. 1- PUBLIC SPACE | 450sqm A PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO MEET: point of attraction, gathering www.neeviaPDF.com
  134. 134. PUBLIC SPACE GROUND FLOOR 300sqm GATHERING SPACE www.neeviaPDF.com
  135. 135. ACCESSS TO THE PUBLIC SPACE EVERYBODY ACCESS FROM HERE! www.neeviaPDF.com
  136. 136. www.neeviaPDF.com
  137. 137. PUBLIC SPACE_ FIRST FLOOR 150sqm EVERYBODY CAN LOOK DOWN! www.neeviaPDF.com
  138. 138. www.neeviaPDF.com
  139. 139. 2- PRIVATE_OFFICES 430 sqm A PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO WORK space for coordination www.neeviaPDF.com
  140. 140. 1- PUBLIC SPACE | 450sqm A PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO MEET: point of attraction, gathering www.neeviaPDF.com
  141. 141. ACCESS TO THE WORK SPACE PRIVATE! ONLY WORKERS ACCESS HERE! www.neeviaPDF.com
  142. 142. ACCESSS TO THE PUBLIC SPACE EVERYBODY ACCESS FROM HERE! www.neeviaPDF.com
  143. 143. www.neeviaPDF.com
  144. 144. aid coordination offices: how many people? www.neeviaPDF.com
  145. 145. a very flexible number... a single cluster can have from 3 to 20 workers depending on the emergency www.neeviaPDF.com
  146. 146. ADAPTABLE SPACES www.neeviaPDF.com
  147. 147. spaces that grow www.neeviaPDF.com
  148. 148. and ADAPT www.neeviaPDF.com
  149. 149. 2- PRIVATE_OFFICES 430 sqm A PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO WORK space for coordination www.neeviaPDF.com
  150. 150. structual grid www.neeviaPDF.com
  151. 151. BASIC STRUCTURAL GRIDwww.neeviaPDF.com
  152. 152. Earth walls www.neeviaPDF.com
  153. 153. Bamboo facades Earth walls www.neeviaPDF.com
  154. 154. Bamboo facades Bamboo load bearing structure Earth walls www.neeviaPDF.com
  155. 155. www.neeviaPDF.com
  156. 156. 3- SEMI-PUBLIC _ PATIO A PLACE FOR WORKING PEOPLE TO INTERACT: space of opportunity www.neeviaPDF.com
  157. 157. SEMI - PRIVATE: PATIO WORKERS INFORMAL AREA www.neeviaPDF.com
  158. 158. ACCESS TO THE PATIO PRIVATE! WORKERS HAVING BREAK HERE! www.neeviaPDF.com
  159. 159. www.neeviaPDF.com
  160. 160. tension between big and small space www.neeviaPDF.com
  161. 161. tension between big and small space movement of people www.neeviaPDF.com
  162. 162. www.neeviaPDF.com
  163. 163. the main building is an open public place, tall and simple space www.neeviaPDF.com
  164. 164. thebambooarchesdefineaconstantpaceintheplace the earth walls define the boundaries of the space 5m 12 m www.neeviaPDF.com
  165. 165. www.neeviaPDF.com
  166. 166. the structure determines the rhythm of the space www.neeviaPDF.com
  167. 167. www.neeviaPDF.com
  168. 168. tension between big and small space movement of people www.neeviaPDF.com
  169. 169. www.neeviaPDF.com
  170. 170. you have to pass from the patio! www.neeviaPDF.com
  171. 171. www.neeviaPDF.com
  172. 172. and from the main public space! www.neeviaPDF.com
  173. 173. www.neeviaPDF.com
  174. 174. more chances to meet, more chances for interaction! www.neeviaPDF.com
  175. 175. reconnecting with sustainability... materials and details www.neeviaPDF.com
  176. 176. why don’t they use bamboo and earth now? current most used material concrete not produced locally Build - destruction - rebuild - destruction - rebuild - destructionwww.neeviaPDF.com
  177. 177. and... Build - destruction - rebuild - destruction - rebuild - destructionwww.neeviaPDF.com
  178. 178. Haiti001 © Christian Als www.neeviaPDF.com
  179. 179. Aerial homes neighbourhood earthquake damage -Port-au-Prince-Haiti by United States Navy www.neeviaPDF.com
  180. 180. WANNA GO out? www.neeviaPDF.com
  181. 181. natural and resistant www.neeviaPDF.com
  182. 182. natural and resistant local -- empower local economy! use of local skills-- give work to locals! www.neeviaPDF.com
  183. 183. natural and resistant local -- empower local economy! use of local skills-- give work to locals! sustainable! www.neeviaPDF.com
  184. 184. breaking the vicious circle of reconstruction the building can be a showcase 2010 2013 www.neeviaPDF.com
  185. 185. construction and material details www.neeviaPDF.com
  186. 186. you have to pass from the patio! www.neeviaPDF.com
  187. 187. connection earthwall- bamboo Earth wall - Bamboo construction www.neeviaPDF.com
  188. 188. ROOF STRUCTURE Corrugated bamboo sheet: • waterproof • light • easy to substitute Bamboo connection as in the Green school in Bali, by Ibuku www.neeviaPDF.com
  189. 189. explore more details on the posters! www.neeviaPDF.com
  190. 190. now... LETì S BUILD IT! www.neeviaPDF.com
  191. 191. www.neeviaPDF.com
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  200. 200. www.neeviaPDF.com
  201. 201. and from the main public space! www.neeviaPDF.com
  202. 202. Exhaustion of hot air from rooftop window Big overhanging roof_ uniform shade around the buildingEarth walls_ thermal mass preventing overheating www.neeviaPDF.com
  203. 203. Breathable bamboo facades permit abundant cross ventilation www.neeviaPDF.com
  204. 204. disaster resistant? www.neeviaPDF.com
  205. 205. disaster resistant? yes! www.neeviaPDF.com
  206. 206. FLOODING? The whole complex is lying in a “stage”, 50 cm above the ground to prevent flooding www.neeviaPDF.com
  207. 207. hurricane? Breathable and strong bamboo load bearing structure. Light corrugated bamboo sheets for the roof. Easy and fast reparation in case of damage. Rounded shape accommodate the wind forces. www.neeviaPDF.com
  208. 208. Earhquake? Double - disconnected structure: load bearing bamboo: light, flexible, strong thermal mass: low earth walls Disconnection prevent complete falling of the building in case of shock www.neeviaPDF.com
  209. 209. just few more things almost done! www.neeviaPDF.com
  210. 210. this is not going to happen all in one time long term planning www.neeviaPDF.com
  211. 211. PHASE 1 | 1-2 yearswww.neeviaPDF.com
  212. 212. PHASE 2 | 3-5 yearswww.neeviaPDF.com
  213. 213. PHASE 3 | 5- 7 yearswww.neeviaPDF.com
  214. 214. PHASE 4 | 10 yearswww.neeviaPDF.com
  215. 215. PHASE 5 | 15 yearswww.neeviaPDF.com
  216. 216. PHASE 6 | 20 yearswww.neeviaPDF.com
  217. 217. a journey of thousand miles begins with a single step... (Laozi) www.neeviaPDF.com
  218. 218. PHASE 1 www.neeviaPDF.com
  219. 219. MASTERPLAN PHASE 1 10 m www.neeviaPDF.com
  220. 220. www.neeviaPDF.com
  221. 221. last but not least... www.neeviaPDF.com
  222. 222. when is this building supposed to be built? www.neeviaPDF.com
  223. 223. start... tomorrow! www.neeviaPDF.com
  224. 224. how it can be financed? money going to haiti for reconstruction! www.neeviaPDF.com
  225. 225. reconnecting with sustainability... materials and details www.neeviaPDF.com
  226. 226. 6. open conclusions www.neeviaPDF.com
  227. 227. From design to research... www.neeviaPDF.com
  228. 228. The architectural intervention as a symbol of inner strengthwww.neeviaPDF.com
  229. 229. back to the challenges... www.neeviaPDF.com
  230. 230. 1. Big disaster = complex research, simple design 2. Connect real problems to formal choices 3. Use of alternative materials www.neeviaPDF.com
  231. 231. The whole system is hard to change... VERTICALITY OF THE TEMPORARY CLUSTER APPROACH BEFORE MAIN ORGANIZATION CLUSTER coordinators NGOs in the clusters PRODUCTS SUB BSUB A A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ... B C D E F G H www.neeviaPDF.com
  232. 232. more horizontality more interaction | effectiveness IMPROVED HORIZONTALITY OF THE PERMANENT CLUSTER APPROACH AFTER MAIN ORGANIZATION PRODUCTS SUB BSUB A A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ... B C D E F G HCLUSTER coordinators NGOs in the clusters VERTICALITY OF THE TEMPORARY CLUSTER APPROACH BEFORE MAIN ORGANIZATION CLUSTER coordinators NGOs in the clusters PRODUCTS SUB BSUB A A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ... B C D E F G H www.neeviaPDF.com
  233. 233. 1. Big disaster = complex research, simple design 2. Connect real problems to formal choices and long term planning 3. Use of alternative materials www.neeviaPDF.com
  234. 234. flexible plan... designed to conciliate interaction.. www.neeviaPDF.com
  235. 235. flexible plan... designed to conciliate interaction.. ...phased constructionwww.neeviaPDF.com
  236. 236. 1. Big disaster = complex research, simple design 2. Connect real problems to formal choices and long term planning 3. Use of alternative materials www.neeviaPDF.com
  237. 237. The bamboo symbolizes the Haitian people... we might get bent… but we’re able to straighten up and stand. -- Bell and Dandicat, Walking on fire, 23 www.neeviaPDF.com
  238. 238. Bamboo and earth, alike Haitians... disaster resistant culturally accepted www.neeviaPDF.com
  239. 239. www.neeviaPDF.com
  240. 240. remember the vicious cycle^ ? www.neeviaPDF.com
  241. 241. we broke it! by changing reconstruction approach 2010 2013 progress and developmentwww.neeviaPDF.com
  242. 242. next? www.neeviaPDF.com
  243. 243. 1. Continue the research on clusters 2. Apply for research funding 3. Go to haiti www.neeviaPDF.com
  244. 244. ending... www.neeviaPDF.com
  245. 245. to make local aid coordination happen Port-au-Prince, Haiti Coordination office complex and public space WHY? where? What? www.neeviaPDF.com
  246. 246. now... LETì S BUILD IT! www.neeviaPDF.com
  247. 247. ...this is what i did www.neeviaPDF.com
  248. 248. by Haitian artist Levoy Exil ...GRAZIE www.neeviaPDF.com
  249. 249. now is your turn! questions and comments, please! www.neeviaPDF.com

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