01 Maritime Metropolis

Part I. Maritime Metropolis:

Roman + Gothic- city-state to the sea, city walls, plazas

Barcelona:  Connection to the Sea

Day 1 :  Wednesday

Les Ramblas, Plaça de la Catedral, La Boqueria, Liceu, Plaça Real , Drassanes drydocks 

Vila, Gaudi, Paricio Clotet, Sunyer, Viaplana, Molina i Casamajó

Plaça Real, 1835, Desamortización, Barcelona, Monestary

 “all maps ©2011 Google, Map Data ©2011 Tele Atlas.” 

Plaza de Duc de Medecina, Barceloneta Paseo San Joan,  to Playa de Barceloneta.

 

 Benviguda a 22@Poblenou

Day 2 : Thursday

2a  morning

Barrio Gotico, Plaza del Catedral, Mercado de Santa Caterina, Borne, Santa Maria del Mar, Convent of Sant Pere, (plazas)

2b  afternoon

Poblenou / Llacuna  apriori, unincorporated waterfront fishing village, …connection to waterfront (neighborhood)

Day 3 : Friday

3a morning

Sarria- pedestrian neighborhood, previously unicorporated village, family life as place to live (neighborhood) 

Casamor, Torres Martinez Lapena, taller de mosaico

++ lunch++    plaça cerca Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona

3b afternoon

Raval, Arab/Jewish/Christian coexistence, small plaza, MACBA, Biblioteca, Rambla del Raval (societies)

Meier, Viaplana Piñon

++ evening ++ 

Gracia, unincorporated village, pedestrian, cluster of  small plazas and paseos, university demographics (Neighborhoods, public spaces)  (night)

Library of Gracia by Pep Llinás (curved facade)

 

Day 4 : Saturday

4a daytrip

Girona,  (Roman, Medieval)

4b Workshop