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The  seventh conference of the series “The Appetizer” of the 2011-12 course will be held on Monday, November 28st . Maki Kawaguchi will present the conference “Defensive Urbanism: Case Study Wall Street”. The event will take place at 2 pm in classroom 142 of the Segovia Campus.

The event is organized by IE School of Architecture. “The Appetizer” are series that run for a second year and aim to bring students closer to the key forces that shape contemporary architecture. Recognized professionals and academics in the discipline will address specific issues that are near or tangent to the field of architecture. They will be using small presentations that are less formal and rigid than a normal conference. The lecture series is organized by the Associate Dean of External Relations at IE School of Architecture and executive director of the Pritzker Awards, Martha Thorne, and IE School of Architecture & Design academics, Julian Garcia and Anna Mestre. 

Summary:

Located adjacent to the World Trade Centre site and an icon of US economic power, after 9/11, the New York Stock Exchange was identified as a likely target for terrorism. Immediate steps were taken to secure the area. This was initially accomplished through the rapid installation of armed security personnel, along with a vast array of jersey barriers, barricades, checkpoints and parked trucks.

The Financial District Security and Streetscape project looked at security devices as an amenity rather than a burden. By utilizing security programming to build public amenities that enhance the public space around one of New York’s most iconic building, this project balances the issues and contradictions of enabling vibrant streetscape while installing cutting-edge security in the densest urban condition of New York.

 Maki Kawaguchi, proximo conferenciante del ciclo “El Aperitivo” de IE School of Architecture and Design

El próximo lunes 28 de Noviembre se celebrará la séptima conferencia del ciclo “El Aperitivo” de este curso 2011-12, organizada por IE School of Architecture. Maki Kawaguchi ofrecerá la conferencia “Defensive Urbanism: Case Study Wall Street”, en la que reflexionará sobre cómo se planteó la seguridad alrededor del edificio de la Bolsa de Nueva York, identificada como un posible objetivo terrorista después del 11 de septiembre, resolviendose como un servicio y mejora del espacio público y del paisaje urbano.

El acto tendrá lugar a las 14,00 h, en el aula 142 del Campus de Segovia.

Resumen:

Situado al lado del solar del World Trade Center y considerado un icono del poder económico de EE.UU., la Bolsa de Nueva York fue identificada como un posible objetivo terrorista después del 11/9, y se adoptaron medidas inmediatas para asegurar el área. Esto se llevó a cabo inicialmente a través de la rápida instalación de personal de seguridad armado, junto con una amplia gama de barreras tipo jersey, barricadas, puestos de control y camiones.

La Seguridad del Distrito Financiero y el proyecto del Paisaje Urbano asumieron los dispositivos de seguridad como un servicio en lugar de una carga. Mediante la utilización de programas de seguridad para construir equipamientos públicos que mejoran el espacio público en torno a uno de los edificios más emblemáticos de Nueva York, este proyecto busca el equilibrio entre los problemas y las contradicciones de permitir un paisaje urbano vibrante, a la vez que se instalan sistemas de seguridad de vanguardia en una de las zonas de Nueva York con mayor densidad urbana.

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