Referencing work of the structuralists of the 60s, the project provides additions to delapitaded houses and a recultivates a neglected plaza in Granada, southern Spain. Like a Peer-to-Peer framework - a network of 'Casitas' (small houses) are centralised with public resources. A relatively low number of services (gardens, theatre, a greenhouse, food bank etc.) provide the core functionality of the plaza. Residents share content, space and experience. The ownership of such a 'Casita' directly feeds back to the plaza as tool to be involved, and to share. A licence to be active. p>
Year: 2008 Awards: 2008 Shortlisted for the Arquia "150%" Grant.
Location of "Casitas" in Placeta del Sol, Granada.