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61. El reuso en la arquitectura patrimonial: oportunidad y riesgo - Menéndez García, Madeline
Around the urban centrality it is produced certain functional dynamics that are inherent to every social and economical developments. Essential components of these centralities are the historical districts of the cities. Above them the pressures are focused on some functional changes that, well managed, can guarantee its validity and increase its attractive so as strength their centrality. But this dynamic at the same time, in one way positive and necessary, can threat the authenticity of the urban sector and the architectural legacy, while it is submitted to some adaptations which do not harmonizes with its own character and patrimonial values. Due to this condition it is underlined the...

62. Participación ciudadana para la transformación del Centro Histórico La Habana Vieja, Cuba - Andino Díaz, Patricia
To be able to achieve a participatory rehabilitation in the recovery process of the Historic Center of Old Havana is one of the fundamental purposes of the Office of the City Historian of Havana City, this is why it is necessary to involve the community in decision-making and work on evaluation of programs and project developments in order to accomplish fairness. All experiences regarding this subject have failed due to the lack of systematic sensibility from all actors involved in the process of territory recovery for the consciousness of potential meaningful citizens as active and dynamic. Developing new forms of participation consciousness along with citizens� involvement in community...

63. La sostenibilidad social en el proceso de rehabilitación de los centros históricos: el caso del Centro Histórico La Habana Vieja - Pérez Cortés, Martha Oneida
We need to create a social politic in the areas of the Historical Centers, only in that way we will be able to keep their social, historical and cultural richness. We present the experience of the Old Havana Historical Center where we have developed, since 1993, different projects on the health, the recreation, the education and the employment for the benefits of the local community. This project influence aspects as: the social justice, the integrity of the community, the life quality, the identity and the local development. It has contribute in the social sustainability offering the population the right to the culture, giving special attention to the...

64. Centros históricos: comunidad gestión y participación - Rey Rodríguez, Georgina
It is well known that historic centres house communities of a great physical and social coherence who carry a historic memory, an identity and a traditional knowledge. Within the rehabilitation process of these centres, urban management has achieved a leading role due to the fact that its efficiency greatly determines the materialization of their plans and projects. With this aim, it is required to have a management model that takes profit of the endogenous resources and promotes participation and self-management by the community, local governments and stakeholders. The achievements gotten by the Cuban historic centres have produced a positive change, introducing new dynamics within the heritage management and...

65. Calle Ignacio Agramonte. Una rehabilitación dedicada al séptimo arte - Guzmán Lastre, Ernesto T.
Inside the process of rehabilitation of the historical center of the city of Camagüey contemplated in the Partial Plan and of Handling of the zone Cultural heritage of the Humanity, Ignacio Agramonte executed in the year 2013 the rehabilitation of the street. This axis is a part of the center of the city, much depressed from 2011 it dates in that there is rehabilitated the principal commercial street of the city �the pedestrian walk Maceo �. In collaboration with the principal entities of the city it is decided to realize the �thematic walk of the cinema�, an axis where each of the establishments manages to incorporate elements...

66. Plan de Manejo Urbano. Concertación y desarrollo - Pascual Wong, Teresa
The Historical Center of the city of Camaguey declared Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity from the 2008 requires special treatments for the preservation of its exceptional values, constituting its Plan of Handling a vital piece for the conduction of the urban planning according to the foreseen temporary horizons. Their design, elaboration and implementation, they surpassed the traditional limits of performance, assuming those of social dynamizer in this valuable space of the city with the civic participation as key factor. The urban formulations carried out in him, have characteristic not conventional, at the same time, they determined the way of driving the processes and of executing the tasks. Their...

67. Conservación de centros históricos. El caso de Camagüey - Gómez Consuegra, Lourdes
The conceptual construction has gone accompanied of a gradual increase of the urban complexity, during the last eighty years; therefore his evolution has journeyed from the simple notion of historical building group to the most contemporary vision as urban historical landscape. The present article proposes to explain this process across the analysis of the international documents of conservation and restoration and other writings, to base the analyses, studies and specific methods, necessary for the conservation of the hereditary values accumulated on them, without losing of sight the necessary adequacy to the contemporary needs, which principal challenge is to solve the contradiction conservation vs. development. The proposed methodology...

68. La reconfiguración del paisaje urbano histórico como vía para la preservación de la identidad cultural. Caso de estudio Camagüey - Almeida Torrens, Marisabel
Cities suffer cyclical changes in order to adapt its inner structure to the new challenges and needs set by its own development. One of the challenges of the XXI century is to make this evolution to respect and to renew identities, cultural traditions and lifestyles, affected by today�s globalization. A real possibility to achieve this is through the insertion of new architectures and urban designs that can be able to lead properly the historic urban landscape reconfiguration process, that�s why is valid the application of a method which, through a basic unit component�s evaluation of historic urban landscape, urban planners can find the local spirit, and use...

69. Los paisajes históricos de la producción en Cuba - Sobrino Simal, Vicente Julián
This contribution on Historic Landscapes of Production in Cuba (HLPC) addresses territory in its complexity as land-matter, domain-law, social-place and space-production. In a space-time context �warehouse of time�, in which architectures, machines, social groups and mentalities were inserted and institutionalized in a particular demarcation that, over time, takes a historical-cultural resonance that crystallizes in perceived landscape: in our case, we define this as Historical Landscapes of Production. These landscapes are characterized by their morphogenesis, the value of primary resources located therein, their planning and control logic, its potential as matrix for connectivity and mobility, its infrastructure and the functionality of economic processes developed in them. The patrimonialization of the...

70. La calzada del Cerro: esplendor y ocaso de La Habana neoclásica - Coyula Cowley, Mario; Rigol Savio, Isabel
In the late 18th and early 19th centuries a booming plantation economy developed in western Cuba. There was a heavy increase in the population density, and an educated and enterprising landowning Creole aristocracy consolidated itself. The city grew beyond its walls, branching out along several different roads. The most important of these roads ran to the southwest, a section of which took on the name Calzada del Cerro. With a length of over three kilometers, the Calzada is the virtual backbone of El Cerro. This district was the main exponent of Cuban neoclassical architecture. No other main city in Latin America continues to have such a coherent nineteenth-century...

71. La Habana es mucho más que su centro histórico - Chateloin Santiesteban, Felicia
One of the subjects of the paper is the territorial heritage of Havana, from its origins to the moment in which were established its provincial limits of today. Other issues are the different definitions of urban heritage, emphasizing in the concept of Historical Center and its evolution, in both, national and international levels. In other part of the paper the author goes through the category of Urban Zone of Historical and Cultural Value and its types; she analyzes the built territorial cultural heritage of Havana to establish its System of Centers, Ensembles and Historical Urban Spaces. The author considers what is at present delimited as the Historical...

72. Reflexiones sobre el significado de centro histórico en Occidente y Oriente - Niglio, Olimpia
The definition of the historical center was claimed between the middle of the XIXth century and the middle of the XXth century in the West, in particular in Europe. In this time was started the industrial progress that had been promoter of the significant debates on the relationship between historic and contemporary city. Very important the international role of the professor Gustavo Giovannoni (1873-1947) that had formulated the definition of the historical center, participating in international conferences and promoting the dialogue between old and new. In Orient, particularly in Japan, the definition «historical center» was introduced after the middle of the XXth century, in the 70s. The definition...

73. Lo cubano en la arquitectura y dos tiempos en Santiago de Cuba - Orozco Melgar, María Elena
In the year 1791, the governor of the eastern department Juan Bautista Vaillant, send a report to the Crown about the construction of the fourth cathedral. This report would become a model document on the theory and defense of indigenous architecture of Santiago de Cuba. For Francisco Prat Puig the project of City Hall (1951) was a challenge that served to demonstrate in practice what it was the Cuban architecture and its proper interpretation. He tried to building with antiseismic guarantees, security and fireproofing. His training as an archaeologist allowed without knowing the report Vaillant, working in the same direction. Today, the restoration works performed by the City...

74. Brevísima relación de la construcción en la Colonia y en la República de Cuba hasta 1930. Caso de estudio La Habana - Taboada Espiniella, Daniel
Between the years 1511 and 1519 the first Cuban villages were founded by Diego Velázquez, among them in 1519 San Cristóbal de La Habana, year in which the first settlement was transferred to the north coast by the Puerto Carenas. The 16th Century was the century of the Conquest; the 17th, the century of Settlement; the 18th is the century we can name with justice �the century of the Colonial Baroque; the 19th was the century of splendid Colonial Neoclassicism, and the 20th Century, that was market by the Historicist Eclecticism, with two breaking trends: Art Nouveau and Art Deco. This work is an approach to Cuban architecture,...

75. Identificación de viviendas culturalmente representativas en Centros Históricos - García Santana, Alicia
The housings are the protagonist in historic urban centers. A policy of responsible conservation is supposed to be able to identify the representative examples with local, regional or national values. The aforementioned values derive from two categories: the type and the typological integrity. The determination of the type and the grade of typological integrity suppose knowledge of the process of historical configuration of the house so that the authenticity of the asset can be evaluated. In the present article will be studied the process of evolution of the courtyard house regarding to its Spanish antecedent and the architectonic and documentary procedures for the identification of cultural representative types...

76. Tiempos y coincidencias - Rojas Ávalos, Ángela
Last decades have produced an important practical activity on urban and architectural heritage conservation in Cuba. Those internationally recognized achievements have been supported by a developing and sometimes polemic theoretical corpus. This is what has happened for instance in points of view with regard to in-fill of contemporary architecture, tourism management, heritage categories and modern movement. The aim of this paper is to try to characterize some of the theoretical approaches mainly to heritage values and their relationship to international trends, with a particular emphasis to authenticity and integrity, as part of current debate. Although dangerous because of the possibility of arriving to wrong conclusions, it has been tried...

77. La recuperación del patrimonio monumental en Cuba - Rigol Savio, Isabel
Heritage conservation in Cuba appears during the first decades of the Twentieth Century. Thanks to the intervention of an intellectual minority and few patrons, some important monuments were restored. At the same time, valuable buildings are lost under the official indifference or the common Modern trends from the Century�s second half. In the fifties the Master Plan for Havana would have spoiled the values of the City´s Historic Core, today a World Heritage site. After 1959 new entities started to restore relevant landmarks. New protective laws were approved and skilled personnel was trained. Since the eighties huge efforts have been developed in Old Havana, Trinidad, Camagüey and Santiago...

78. Patrimonio arquitectónico e Historia. "La meta es el origen". - Sambricio, Carlos

79. Nuevas tecnologías y medios de información - Echeverría, Javier

80. Proceso de Reflexión Estratégica Gipuzkoa 2020 - Prospektiker

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