Luis Felipe Vera

Luis Felipe Vera
Luis Felipe Vera
Área(s): DISEÑO
ESCUELA DE DISEÑO
MASTER IN DESIGN STUDIES: URBANISM, LANDSCAPE & ECOLOGY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, UNITED STATES, 2013
E-mail: luis.vera@uai.cl
Sede: SANTIAGO - PEÑALOLÉN
Edificio: D
Número de oficina: 213-D

RESUMEN

Master in Design Studies: Urbanism, Landscape & Ecology, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, USA. Master en Dirección y Administración de Proyectos Inmobiliarios, Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Universidad de Chile. Arquitecto, Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Universidad de Chile. International Certificate for Overseas Professionals on Managing Cities in Developing Countries, Environment and Infrastructure Framework.

Ha sido Faculty and Research Associate en el departamento de Planificación y Diseño Urbano de Harvard Graduate School of Design. Siendo arquitecto de formación, con especialización en Ecología Paisaje y Urbanismo, se interesa por la relación entre los procesos de urbanización, dinámicas sociales, ecología y paisaje en contextos extremos. Actualmente se desempeña como project manager en el proyecto A Sustainable Future for Exuma: Environmental Management, Design and Planning, el cual se enfoca en el desarrollo de un plan de uso de suelo para las Bahamas. En paralelo coordina el proyecto Kumbh Mela: Mapping the Ephemeral City, en la ciudad efímera mas grande del mundo en India.


 


Libro
2016 The camp and the city: Territories of extraction, LIStLab, J. Sordi, L. Valenzuela, F. Vera
2016 De ciudades emergentes a ciudades sostenibles, BID - ARQ Ediciones, F. Vera, D. Rubio, H. Terraza
2016 Ephemeral urbanism: Cities in constant flux, ARQ Ediciones, F. Vera, R. Mehrotra
Artículos
2016 La obsolescencia de lo permanente. Hacia un urbanismo de lo efímero, Plot (Argentina), Super Urbano , 84-117
2015 Temporary flows & ephemeral cities, Room One Thousand (U. of Berkeley), Nº3, Urban Pilgrimage, ,
2015 Reversibility: Desmontando la mega ciudad efímera más grande del mundo, ARQ (PUC), 14-25,
2015 Pejzaži nestajanja ("Urbanismo efímero")., Zivot Umjetnosti (Institute of Art History, Zagreb, Croacia), 84-89,
2014 Detaching from permanence: Reflections on ephemeral urbanism and critical conservation, Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 152-161, 2
2014 Ephemeral urbanism: Learning from pop–up cities, New Geographies (Harvard University Press), 122-131,
2014 Reversibility, 720 (FunctionLab), 1-16,
2014 Constructing the world´s biggest, Works That Work, 35-43,
2013 Urbanismo Cinético: Una imaginación alternativa para las prácticas urbanas., Revista Materia Arquitectura (USS), 32-43,
Capítulo de libro
2017 Monograph.Research 03. Flowing Knowledge, Cities in Flux , 204-207
2016 Urban Change: Social Design - Art as Urban Innovation, Infrastructure in flux ,
2016 Santiago Ecologías Emergentes, Ecologías emergentes: El paisaje como resistencia política, 128-137
2016 Ephemeral urbanism cities in constant flux , Ephemeral urbanism cities in constant flux , 16-63
2015 The ephemeral mega city (con R. Mehrotra), , Kumbh Mela. Mapping the ephemeral mega city
2015 Learning from the pop-up mega city: Reflections on reversibility and openness (con R. Mehrotra), , Kumbh Mela. Mapping the ephemeral mega city
2015 Kumbh Mela: Robustness and adjustments in an ephemeral megacity, , Informal Market Worlds. Atlas
2015 Kumbha Mela. City of Gods, The Impermanent Mega City,
2015 Re-Living The City, Radical Temporalities: The Landscape of Ephemeral Urbanism,
2015 Rahul Mehrotra: The Kinetic City as a Generator of Practice, Dissolving Thresholds,
2015 Andrea Branzi: From Radical Design To Post-Environmentalism, A Present Manifesto,
Edición de libro
2015 2015, Andrea Branzi: From Radical Design To Post-Environmentalism. , , ARQ Ediciones., Co-edited with Jeannette Sordi
2015 2015, Kumbh Mela, Mapping The Ephemeral City, Edited by Felipe Vera y Rahul Mehrotra. With Contributions from John Macomber, Tarun Kahnna, Jennifer Leaning, Diana Eck, Satchit Balsari, Mena Hewet, Felipe Vera, Rahul Mehrotra. Fotografía por Dinesh Mehta. http://www.hatjecantz.de/kumbh-mela-january-2013-6458-1.html Many people are not familiar with it, and yet Kumbh Mela is the largest celebration on earth: depending on the zodiacal positions of Jupiter, the sun, and the moon, Hindus travel to certain places along holy rivers, the Ganges for example, for the purpose of bathing and cleansing themselves of sin. In 1989 fifteen million people are said to have attended, in 2001 around thirty million, and in 2013 approximately thirty-four million. In order to transport, house, and feed these enormous crowds of people, functioning temporary structures are required, which in each case are created by the communities hosting the gathering. In 2013, a team from Harvard University monitored the large-scale event from its preparation to the actual celebration itself. The fascinating prototypes for flexible urban planning were investigated and documented, and the organizers received advice in issues around environmental protection. The volume presents the comprehensive research findings and includes city maps, aerial images, and photographs—for instance a spectacular photo series by Dinesh Mehta., Hatje Cantz, R. Mehrotra, Luis Vera
2015 2015, Rahul Mehrotra: The Kinetic City as a Generator of Practice , , ARQ Ediciones ,

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