BarcelonaDynamics

Barcelona Dynamics

Barcelona Dynamics is a collection of maps made with differents kind of data for the new urban plan of the metropolitan area of Barcelona

Density
The metropolis as concentration
The metropolitan area of Barcelona Is an inhabited landscape. How are people distributed? Which spaces do workers occupy? In which more or less compact areas am the different urban uses to be found? Population density and the constructed fabric reflect an intense metropolitan life whose form varies from the multipurpose city centres to the residential outskirts and industrial areas. A city must be a positive and necessary concentration.

Time
The metrolis as a sequence
The metropolitan area is an old territory in constant evolution. ‘Since 1976 the ground surface has doubled through operations of renovation and urban extensions while the population has shifted and transformed, and the economic fabric has diversified to encompass Innovation. The coexistence between new and old is one of the challenges of a mutable metropolis with great potential for transformation.

Diversity
The metropolis as a mixture
The mixture of urban uses, constructed forms and economic activities generates a metropolitan territory that is rich and varied. The association nr seoreoation of inriuslrv commerce and residence and the mixture
ana ine economic raoric nas diversmea to encompass innovation. 1 ne coexistence Between new ana 01a is one of the challenges of a mutable metropolis with great potential for transformation.

Diversity
The metropolis as a mixture
The mixture of urban uses, constructed forms and economic activities generates a metropolitan territory that is rich and varied. The association or segregation of industry, commerce and residence, and the mixture of heavily built-up areas and sparsely constructed ones, result in similar or divergent urban patterns Diversity is intrinsic to the metropolitan city and should be integrated as an opportunity for the future.

Credits
This is a project made by 300.000Km/s (Mar Santamaria Varas & Pablo Martinez Diez) for the Area Metropolitana de Barcelona
with:
Xavi Marino and Noemi Martinez (AMB coordinators)
Laia Molist (AMB – PDU team)

The Data
Alt the data used for this visualizations is obtained from the Area Metropolitana of Barcelona and also the
Cadastre from Spain.

For more information: bcndynamics.300000kms.net

Credits: A project by 300.000 Km/s for the AMB (Xavi Marino and Noemi Martinez, AMB coordinators, and Laia Molist, AMB-PDU team).

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