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    • Bart Aptroot Informality as Strategy Presentation 7 17-04-09 14:00-18:00 FAU-USP Lecture Hall IN.SP PROJECT PRESENTATIONS 2009
    • Sao
Paulo
is
a
heterogenous
monster
 3
ci3es:
future,
present,
past
 Future
Sao
Paulo
ended
in
the
70’s
 Informal
Sao
Paulo
is
always
in
the
present
 Formal
Sao
Paulo
is
building
the
past

    • Informality
tends
to
cluster
 Example:
“park
&
light”,
a
cluster
of
interior
light
stores
that
double
as
parking
garages

    • Condi3ons
for
clustering
 Flexibility
of
building
typology
 Flexibility
of
zoning
plan
 History
 (absence
of)
infrastructure

    • Two
strategic
urban
design
approaches
(for
architects)
 • Use
micro
interven3ons
to
create
a
semi
public
inner
world
with
the
poten3al
to
interact
with


 the
neighbours.
 • Ini3ate
plans
with
land
owners.

Focus
on
high
investment
rather
than
high
profit
for
easy
 municipal
approval.
Land
owner
will
sell
land
+
plan
+
approval
(low
risk
=
high
price)
to
a
 developer
in
a
bidding
procedure.

    • Informal
clustering
(aTer
a
succesful
first
aUempt)
 • Neighbouring
plots
not
only
link
to
the
newly

created
semi
public
inner
world.
They’ll
start
 crea3ng
their
own
inner
fabric.
Linking
these
areas
increases
success.
 • ATer
one
larger
land
owner
has
proven
the
success
of
selling
land
with
pland
and
approval
 others
will
see
opportuni3es
for
their
proper3es
and
ini3ate
similar
strategies.