Separating active and passive uses. Fast track and slow tracks

Burgos Garrido, Porras La Casta, Rubio A. Sala, West8. Madrid Rio. Spain

October 23, 2014

Separating active and passive uses. Fast track and slow tracks

Photo: Javier Arpa

The enriching co-existence of uses and users forms an essential part of the ideas behind programming the public spaces yet it can also generate conflictive situations. It is thus necessary to conciliate the different rhythms, setting aside specific differentiated spaces, away from busier or faster moving areas, for more relaxing, contemplative or slow moving uses.

Inside the Arganzuela Bridge cycle and pedestrian transit takes place separately and at different levels. This split level is used to create stepped seating. The Ipe decking brings uniformity to the three strips.

 

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