w/ Gonzalo Martín
Photography – Lluc Miralles
Cities are home to people, not just industrial production. From a purely environmental sustainability point of view, cities must become permeable and porous again. Allow the water to flow and absorb the soil without overheating the sun. Cities need to return to the earth and water instead of hard asphalt. 

We propose a new approach to the urban model whose main aim is to place people at the center of decision-making, that takes into account a variety of experiences that happens every single day in the cities. This new urban model is embodied in a city of care, which is seen as a place that cares about us and our environment and allows us to care about ourselves and others.

Aigua Sana will be a new method to think about the design process when making cities, that re- discovers the dynamic spirit of water, offering new uses and functions in public spaces that guaran- tee the sustainability of the urban model and the ecological connection of the spot.

As a new way to perceive water, perception and collective imagination are restored, reconnecting with nature.

Our goal is to strengthen and respect the identity of a place that has lost its origins and in that way, try to make a step back and heal it. In connection with the acceptance of new climatic conditions, our generation must recuperate consideration and empathy for the landscape, the space belonging to nature.

This ephemeral intervention creates a new image of the city which strengthens the idea that other contemporary cities could be possible.



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