dr. irma arribas
architect at BAAA and teacher at ETSAB-UPC School of Architecture of Barcelona, ETSAM-UPM School of Architecture of Madrid, EINA-UAB School of Art and Design of Barcelona, UAB, IED European Institute of Design Barcelona.
an interesting input Irma gave us was the realisation that the project was looking to convey that "it isn't about you or me, it's about you and me working together".
engineer at Barcelona Regional
we exposed the research done to Javi up until that day, and he gave us some interesting feedback on how we needed to back things up with more data, because the conclusions wouldn't mean anything unless there were actual facts behind them.
basically, our conclusions are:
Sant Andreu is an example of a neighbourhood that maintains its identity. Talking about gentrification not of Sant Andreu, but showing the interesting parts of this non gentrificated town as an example of avoiding it.
power and control of your neighborhood helps to stop/control gentrification.
you can read about it in detail in the documents below