Ria Chuela Community Center
Ball State University | Arch 402 | Prof. Ana de Brea | at Virginia Ball Center for Creative Inquiry | with Koichi Takahashi and Adam Miller | Fall 2005
A line connects two points.
A plane is a series of lines. The points along the rivers of Buenos Aires have been disconnected by industry, roads and invisible boundaries. Each neighborhood must be re-connected. They must be a part of the same plane.
A plane can be folded. It can adapt.
The neighborhoods along the rivers of Buenos Aires are individual and unique. A plane of connection will follow the path of the river uniting each part, but like a canvas, it accepts and expresses the uniqueness of each part. It adapts.
A plan can create space. Space unites.
The people need space to express. Space is needed to be accepted and to make connections. The plan hopes to unite the people.
More to come!