“Havana must smell to sea” Proposal for the First Hispanic-Cuban Congress of Architecture and Urbanism.
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“Havana must smell to sea” Proposal for the First Hispanic-Cuban Congress of Architecture and Urbanism.

The project is part of the Urbanism and Design Workshop “La Bahía and its built environment” held in the Cuban capital in 2007. The plan aims to RECOVER the bay of Havana by opening it to the sea and the city itself, adapting the reception capacity of containers of the Port and eliminating the dysfunctions (the refinery stands out with a double problematic: environmental and functional) accepting the NEW INCLINATIONS. It foresees the implementation of new port, tourist, cultural and sports activities, tertiary, residential services that (RE) STRUCTURE the territory.