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The XII Latin American Social Architecture Student Workshop, Bolivia 2015, brings together students and architects of different nationalities that seek to generate social intervention in the Valley of Cinti in Camargo. The purpose of this workshop is to foster authentic construction and maintain local identity.

URAYCAMUY” emerges as an intervention in the built environment, which generates and regenerates flows and new dynamics. With a renewed image which is functional, integrated in the context, identified in different parts of the city, as well as permeable, with pace and coordinated with other sectors that communicate and connect with it. This proposal not only reinforces the recovery of the character and use of the space but also fosters the appropriation of space by the people of Camargo.


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