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|Name||Parque da Cidade Sarah Kubitschek|
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Why is this case relevant?
This park was designed to meet the lack of leisure areas in the country's new capital, Brasilia, our first fully planned city. The city was designed to increase settlements in interior regions of the country, whose abandonment threatened Brazilian territorial limits. The estimated area of the park is 390 hectares. Its urban planning, buildings and landscaping were signed by the greatest names of Brazilian modernist architecture: Lúcio Costa, Oscar Niemeyer, Glauco Campello and Roberto Burle Marx. A number of recreational areas have been created, catering to all age groups. Environmental comfort has also been taken into account, as the city locates in a desertic biome called the Cerrado - a savannah with the world's highest biodiversity. Its importance is due to its size and influence in the city, the diversity of urban equipment and infrastructure, but especially for the cultural heritage of modernism and works signed by such important names in our recent history.
Which idea of ‘design with nature’ guides the design concept of this site?
Because it is an urban park, which also includes pavilions of events and schools, its concept is highly designed. Artificial lakes, skating rinks, spectacle arenas, among other buildings require constant maintenance. Regarding vegetation, the landscaper Burle Marx designed gardens with more organic forms, using several native species and large green masses, which would certainly reduce the maintenance of green areas. However, his project was not executed as it should - he even published a letter of indignation 6 months after the inauguration - and what is observed today are species located punctually, that lose their aesthetic value and alter the ideas of the author. As Brasilia has a desertic climate with low rainfall, vegetation does not grow at an accelerated rate. However, since the park had not been run according to the project, there is a larger area of lawns than idealized, which means increased maintenance. In my view, urban parks in general need more maintenance, especially in built-up areas. Developing countries may suffer with an additional factor, which is crime in places with few users, dark spots for too much vegetation or lack of artificial lighting, where people can hide and surprise their victims. Thus, even if it were a park with more natural vegetation, the maintenance requirement would still be high, aiming to transmit safety to users.
Which challenges is this landscape facing?
- Here you discuss the types of negative impact you are observing but you can also mention new functions that could give a development opportunity
What would be your strategy for improvement?
Finally, please share some ideas of how you would initiate positive change for your heritage area
Location. Google Maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Pra%C3%A7a+das+Fontes/@-14.1340761,-51.0394617,4z/data=!4m12!1m6!3m5!1s0x935a3a8d1adcfa01:0x28135d84739659de!2sParque+da+Cidade+Sarah+Kubitschek!8m2!3d-15.8003432!4d-47.9078002!3m4!1s0x935a3a985ffdbc3f:0x2c44d73c87bc2f63!8m2!3d-15.8051606!4d-47.9141718
Perspective of the lake. Google Maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Pra%C3%A7a+das+Fontes/@-15.8076831,-47.907002,719a,35y,44.86t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m12!1m6!3m5!1s0x935a3a8d1adcfa01:0x28135d84739659de!2sParque+da+Cidade+Sarah+Kubitschek!8m2!3d-15.8003432!4d-47.9078002!3m4!1s0x935a3a985ffdbc3f:0x2c44d73c87bc2f63!8m2!3d-15.8051606!4d-47.9141718
Praça das Fontes (Fountain Square). Google Maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Pra%C3%A7a+das+Fontes/@-15.8046816,-47.9148134,380m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m12!1m6!3m5!1s0x935a3a8d1adcfa01:0x28135d84739659de!2sParque+da+Cidade+Sarah+Kubitschek!8m2!3d-15.8003432!4d-47.9078002!3m4!1s0x935a3a985ffdbc3f:0x2c44d73c87bc2f63!8m2!3d-15.8051606!4d-47.9141718
Nova Nicolândia (Circus Arena) https://www.flickr.com/photos/afranionovaes/2067535452/in/photostream/
Detail of the lake. https://www.flickr.com/photos/153489922@N05/38399837281/
Tiles from Athos Bulcão. https://www.flickr.com/photos/aragao/1166403150/in/photostream/
Sunset at the lake. https://www.flickr.com/photos/marcioangelin/7547355262/in/photostream/
BECK, P. V. Parques urbanos do Distrito Federal e qualidade de vida: um esuto de caso no Parque da Cidade. Centro Universitário de Brasília (UniCEUB/ICPD). Brasília, 13 November 2012. Available at: http://www.repositorio.uniceub.br/jspui/bitstream/235/7750/1/51102505.pdf. [Acessed 10 December 2018]. PORTAL R7. Ponto de encontro dos brasilienses, Parque da Cidade acumula problemas e obras sem fim. Portal R7, São Paulo, Brazil. 01 February 2015. Available at: https://noticias.r7.com/distrito-federal/ponto-de-encontro-dos-brasilienses-parque-da-cidade-acumula-problemas-e-obras-sem-fim-02022015. [Acessed 11 October 2018]. SECRETARIA de Estado de Fazenda. Parque da Cidade Dona Sarah Kubitschek. Governo de Brasília, Brasília, DF, Brazil. Available at: http://www.fazenda.df.gov.br/area.cfm?id_area=1324. [Acessed 10 December 2018]. SCONETTO, R. Parque da Cidade chega aos 40 anos com sinal de abandono. Jornal de Brasília, Brasília, DF, Brazil. 11 October 2018. Available at: http://www.jornaldebrasilia.com.br/cidades/parque-da-cidade-chega-aos-40-anos-com-sinais-de-abandono. [Acessed 15 December 2018]. WIKIPEDIA contributors. Parque da Cidade Dona Sarah Kubitschek. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 22 July 2004. Available at: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parque_da_Cidade_Dona_Sarah_Kubitschek.[Acessed 09 October 2018].