Ágora Volta: centro de investigación

González Álvarez, Saray (2020). Ágora Volta: centro de investigación. Thesis (Master thesis), E.T.S. Arquitectura (UPM).

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Title: Ágora Volta: centro de investigación
Author/s:
  • González Álvarez, Saray
Contributor/s:
  • Colomés Montañés, Enrique
Item Type: Thesis (Master thesis)
Masters title: Arquitectura
Date: 2020
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Faculty: E.T.S. Arquitectura (UPM)
Department: Proyectos Arquitectónicos
Creative Commons Licenses: Recognition - No derivative works - Non commercial

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Abstract

Ágora Volta es una plaza para el pueblo, ubicada en la confluencia de varias calles y en una zona estratégica para el crecimiento de la ciudad de Avilés. La idea del proyecto es crear un centro I+D+i adjunto a la Universidad de Oviedo, para que así, muchos de los estudiantes que se van de Avilés para realizar su carrera universitaria puedan regresar posteriormente para ampliar sus estudios en un ámbito cercano y en el que se promueve la investigación, el desarrollo y la innovación, conjuntamente generando espacios de coworking o de exposición para que las empresas del sector muestren sus productos. También se pretende potenciar la relación entre los dos lados de la ría, por lo que, continuando con el cordón verde que las une, los laterales de la AS-238, el proyecto intenta formar una gran plaza, que invite a la población a cruzar la ría y visitar todo el entorno de la Isla de la Innovación, un proyecto urbano nacido desde el Gobierno del Principado y del Ayuntamiento de Avilés para mejorar esta zona degradada, regenerando todo el margen de la ría. La propuesta deja una huella muy clara en el territorio: un marco de forma cuadrangular de 100 x 100 m. Este se empotra contra en terreno, con dos niveles bajo rasante y dos sobre rasante. El terreno de la parcela también será objeto de intervención, ya que éste se pliega para generar la plaza, permitiendo el acceso directo. Ágora Volta is a square for the people. It is located at the confluence of several streets and in a strategic area for the growth of the city of Avilés. This proyect aims to create an R&D center affiliated to the University of Oviedo, so that many of the students who leave Avilés to get their degrees can later return to continue their studies in a nearby area and in which research, development and innovation are promoted, together generating coworking or exhibition spaces for companies in the sector to showcase their products. It is also intended to strengthen the relationship between the two sides of the estuary, so, continuing with the greenway that connects them, the sides of the AS-238, the project tries to form a large square, inviting people to cross the estuary and visit the entire environment of the Innovation Island, an urban project developed by the Government of Asturias and the City of Aviles to improve this degraded area, regenerating the entire margin of the estuary. The proposal leaves a very clear mark on the territory: a quadrangular frame of 100 x 100 m. This is embedded against the ground, with two levels below ground and two above ground. The land of the plot will also be subject to intervention, since it is folded to generate the square, allowing direct access.

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Item ID: 62457
DC Identifier: http://oa.upm.es/62457/
OAI Identifier: oai:oa.upm.es:62457
Deposited by: Biblioteca ETS Arquitectura
Deposited on: 03 Apr 2020 07:39
Last Modified: 03 Apr 2020 07:39
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