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REVITALIZATION ARROIO PEARL

Flores da Cunha, RS
Urbanization Plan – 2010
Área de intervenção: 228.169,00 m²
Population benefited directly: 183 people

GOALS:
The work consists of a General Urbanization Plan for an area located in the municipality of Flores da Cunha, in the interior of Rio Grande do Sul, that presents problems related to sub-habitação in areas of APP, along the stream Pearl, which cuts the city in east-west direction.
The plan was built with the participation of the population concerned and technicians of the municipality, and articulates in four main axes which give rise to specific projects: social housing, public facilities (Park), environmental recovery and urbanization.
The projects address the issue of urbanization of the sub-housing areas, with the construction of new housing units that will house 61 families to be resettled; construction of an urban park that will serve not only the population of the area, but as the entire municipality; Sanitation rivulet Pearl, removal of garbage and debris and environmental recovery of the APP (Permanent preservation areas), After removal of families to new housing units, retrieving the riparian forest along the watercourses; urbanization project – road infrastructure, deployment and supply sewage collection networks, as well as implementation of public footpaths and play areas.

PROPOSAL:
The preservation of the natural areas of the Pearl Park is proposed in an integrated manner to urban planning, aiming to include the same on a strategy for the city to promote the effective improvement of existing environmental conditions and the preservation of the natural environment along the Arroyo Pearl.
For both, urban propose specific regulations to harmonize urban development of areas along the creek Pearl and other water systems in the city. These specific regulations are proposed here as suggestions to the Master Plan, by creating a Special Area of ​​Environmental Interest (AEIA) that can, later, be transformed to the status of Sustainable Use Conservation Unit in the form of an Environmental Protection Area (WHAT). No time, However, suggests the use of municipal assignments regramento to establish this IAEA, leaving the complex process of creating APA for a second phase of consolidation of municipal management on the area, when you can be created entity responsible for the management and preservation.
This Special Area of ​​Environmental Interest would provide continuity Pearl Park which would set as a portion of a large linear park that would cover the entire length of the stream and even radiate to other areas of the city, creating a major axis linking recreation areas, recreation, sports and contemplation, with high landscape quality.

Interventions predict revitalization of areas in which families lived
Interventions foresee revitalization of risk areas that families were removed
Location of the two areas of intervention: the banks of the stream, the proposed resettlement
Location of the two areas of intervention: the banks of the stream, the proposed resettlement
The river of the occupation morphology is re-interpreted
The river of the occupation morphology is re-interpreted
Location of proposed interventions
Location of proposed interventions
Summary of proposed improvements
Summary of proposed improvements
Relocation of families in risk areas will occur in place even closer to the city center
Relocation of families in risk areas will occur in place even closer to the city center
Preliminary zoning performed for intervention
Preliminary zoning performed for intervention
Schematic of the allotment plan for relocation of families
Schematic of the allotment plan for relocation of families

PROJECT TEAM
Authors:

Arq. Leonardo Marques Hortencio – Coordinator
Arq. Leonardo Damiani Poletti
Arq. Pedro Augusto Alves of Inda
Arq. Alexandre Pereira Santos
Arq. Tiago Holzmann da Silva
Arq. Paula Lopes de Moraes

Collaborators:
Jennifer Giacomet Inda
Acad. Arq. Daniela de Tale
Acad. Arq. Paula Motta
Acad. Arq. Rachel Z