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Doctoral Thesis
Full name
Eduardo Pimentel Pizarro
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
São Paulo, 2019
Gonçalves, Joana Carla Soares (President)
Bucalem, Miguel Luiz
França, Elisabete
Mülfarth, Roberta Consentino Kronka
Rosa, Marcos Leite
Title in Portuguese
Uma São Paulo para o futuro: a produção de infraestruturas intersticiais a partir de parâmetros morfológicos, ambientais e sociais
Keywords in Portuguese
Conforto ambiental
Conforto térmico
Desenho urbano
Estrutura social
Interstício urbano
Morfologia urbana
Planejamento urbano
São Paulo
Abstract in Portuguese
A cidade de São Paulo é planejada, projetada, construída e apropriada a partir da lógica dos "edifícios", em detrimento de interstícios urbanos e suas potencialidades latentes. É lançada a hipótese de que a cidade, se produzida a partir de infraestruturas intersticiais embasadas por parâmetros morfológicos, ambientais e sociais, resulta em ambientes urbanos de maior qualidade para as pessoas. O objetivo da tese é, portanto, avaliar interstícios urbanos típicos da cidade existente e, a partir disso, desenvolver, analiticamente, e aplicar, propositivamente, ferramentas e parâmetros de planejamento e desenho urbano para a construção de efetivas infraestruturas intersticiais a requalificarem a cidade, com foco em territórios com potencial de transformação urbana. O método é empírico, analítico e especulativo, articulando Trabalho de Campo, Trabalho Analítico e Trabalho Propositivo, embasados teoricamente. Enfim, a contrapelo da legislação e prática vigentes, e a partir da aplicação dos parâmetros morfológico-ambientais-sociais propostos pela tese, são especulados futuros alternativos à cidade de São Paulo, legitimando e comprovando o papel infraestrutural de interstícios urbanos na requalificação da cidade.
Title in English
A São Paulo for the future: the production of interstitial infrastructures based on morphological, environmental and social parameters
Keywords in English
Environmental design
Sao Paulo
Social structure
Space in-between buildings
Thermal comfort
Urban design
Urban interstice
Urban morphology
Urban planning
Abstract in English
The city of Sao Paulo is planned, designed, built and used from the perspective of "buildings" to the detritment of the urban void and its latent potentialities. It is hypothesized that the city, if produced from interstitial infrastructures based on morphological, environmental and social parameters, results in higher quality urban environments for people. The aim of the thesis is therefore to evaluate typical urban interstices selected in the existing city and to evolve, analytically, and to apply, prospectively, innovative tools and parameters for urban planning and design, seeking the construction of effective interstitial infrastructures to requalify the city, with a focus on territories with potential for urban transformation. The method is empirical, analytical and speculative in the way that articulates Fieldwork, Analytical Work and Prospective Work, theoretically based. Ultimately, against the prevailing urban regulation and practice, and from the application of the morphologicalenvironmental-social parameters proposed by the thesis, alternative futures are speculated to the city of São Paulo, legitimating and proving the infrastructural role of urban interstices in the requalification of the city.
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