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 OJCE  Vol.8 No.2 , June 2018
The Pedagogic Capacity of Architecture the Macro Project University Citadel—University of Atlántico Barranquilla—Colombia
Abstract: Urban agenda nowadays puts pedestrians as the axis of urban design, and pedestrians are the most important thing in the city. The architect takes that idea and applies it in the project, and he focuses on prioritizing the pedestrian over the cars. Public spaces filled with green zones are a main element, water treatment is a design determinant, buildings use natural illumination as much as possible and culture and arts are reinforced through new scenarios.
Cite this paper: Bell Lemus, C. and Alejandra Rivero Bueno, M. (2018) The Pedagogic Capacity of Architecture the Macro Project University Citadel—University of Atlántico Barranquilla—Colombia. Open Journal of Civil Engineering, 8, 129-141. doi: 10.4236/ojce.2018.82011.
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[3]   Cary, J. (2017) Design for Good: A New Era of Architecture for Everyone. Island Press, Washington DC.

 
 
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