Culturing the Country, Cultivating the City
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The second volume of Is this Rural? series is a reflection on the binary city-country vision, as opposing scenarios, and on the intermediate space that spontaneously arises between both.
It is also an inventory, a synchronously displayed timeline of the events that have taken place in these three territories over the last 250 years.
And finally, a+t 54, Culturing the Country, Cultivating the City is a selection of projects that overthrows the prejudices related to urban and rural tasks.
CITY AND COUNTRYSIDE: THE ORIGINS OF A DIVIDE. Javier Mozas.
TIMELINE THROUGH THE CITY, THE INTERMEDIATE &
THE COUNTRYSIDE 1775-2025. Aurora Fernández Per.
Population Density Index
A Place for Awareness.
Grand Huit. La Ferme du Rail. Paris (France) 2014-2019.
Farming as a Tool Against Exclusion.
Feilden Fowles Architects. Waterloo City Farm. London (United Kingdom) 2014–2018.
Is this rural? Pierres Blanches Cultural Centre.
Julien Perraud, Atelier Raum.
Culturing the Suburbs.
Atelier Raum. Pierres Blanches Cultural Centre. Saint-Jean-de-Boiseau (France) 2019.
Strengthening the context softly.
Felt. De Linden Primary School. Zarren, Kortemark (Belgium) 2019.
Generating Character and Identity.
Taller Capital, Juan Ansberto Cruz. Represo Colosio. Nogales, Sonora (Mexico) 2020.
Betting on Centrality and Subtlety.
Guinee*Potin. Event Venue. Riec-sur-Belon (France) 2020.
The School as a Connection Point.
Kientruc O. Bó Mon Preschool. Tu Nang, Commune, Yen Chau District. Son La Province (Vietnam) 2019.
A Democratic Space in the Jungle.
Asociación Semillas Para El Desarrollo Sostenible. Primary School. Jerusalén De Miñaro, Pangoa (Peru) 2017.