The physical and spatial project of HIDS is being developed in three parallel and complementary work fronts.
1 – The Korean company KRIHS was contracted by the IDB, as part of the Technical Cooperation (items 3.8 and 3.9) established between the Bank, Unicamp and the City Hall of Campinas, to develop the physical and spatial design of HIDS.
2 – A team made up of professors from the Architecture and Urbanism courses at Unicamp and PUC-Campinas, professors from the areas of Civil Engineering, Urban Ecology and Demography and researchers from Unicamp, and also from the 15 students of the new Post-Graduate Program Graduation Lato Sensu in Architecture, Urbanism and Civil Engineering at FEC-Unicamp, with the support of Unicamp’s Executive Directorate for Integrated Planning (DEPI), has the challenge of defining an Urban Project for the entire area. This project should take into account the most advanced concepts in terms of ecology, geology, topography, drainage, landscape, heritage, energy and hydro-sanitary infrastructure, landscaping, mobility, waste management, urban agriculture, demography, housing of interest social, mixed use, living spaces and innovation hubs, among others. In addition to being built with the support and participation of the community, this should be an exemplary project from the theoretical and scientific point of view, replicable and capable of transforming the current concepts of use and occupation of space. For more information on this work front, click here.