learning centers. Buenos Aires, Argentina. (2016-2017) ,

A set of eleven pavilions distributed in the south of the city of Buenos Aires is presented as a catalog of variations large enough to test the construction of a new model of public infrastructure associated with an idea of permanent formation and in permanent evolution. Nursery schools, primary schools and teacher training centers have been the stimuli to distill organizations open to these uses, but also those that link the rest of the citizens with a vocation of individual development.

The internal distribution reproduces the most elementary urbanism techniques: a series of plots of different sizes sharing a common technical space. The emptying of the upper half of each of the levels creates a perceptive bond between all the enclosures, causing changing atmospheres, synthesis between the actions of its inhabitants and the external climate that crosses them.

We propose: “to give space” and withdraw just in time, leaving behind us a great margin of action: a framework of subjective

projection that stimulates the formation of citizens involved with their environment, capable of recognizing and transforming the place from which to project their future.

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