9. Ribes Street


Ribes Street

View from Top of Library Terrace

Link to Observation Diaries completed by Raons Publiques!

 
 
 
 

Objective:

This page is dedicated to the written and graphic representation of a Public Space. The objective is to document both social and physical aspects towards an integrated understanding. This site also welcomes participation as both a quick vote and more in-depth input from neighborhood stakeholders in order to describe the lived experience of the space. Together, we can build a strong body of knowledge of our built environment in order to stimulate informed proposals for the maintenance, improvement or interventions in Public Space.
 

Espacio/Place

Uso/Use

Gente/People

Identidad/Identity

Quick Description

This street that crosses across Ildefonso Cerdá chamfered blocks is half pedestrian and crosses many of the public spaces of the neighborhood.

Espacio / Place

Urban Form

Themes: path, expansion of path, infill lot, interior court, corner lot, block.

This Public Space is a path with expansions of the path along the way.

Location

[diagram plan view]

Spatial Characteristics

Area:  21 693 square meters

Enclosure: __%

Enclosure height: ___ stories

Permeable surface:  ___%

# of trees: ___

Elevation change: ___

# of entrances: ___

Places  to sit: ___

Noise level: ___

Node

Themes: pedestrian, transit, auto

Sphere of Influence / Catchment Area

Themes: local, metropolitan, regional, national, international

Transportation

Themes: walk, bike, public transport (metro, bus, other), private automobile, parking

Access

Themes: pedestrian, auto, natural (light, air, water, flora, fauna)

Destination / Transition


Uso / Use

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Uses

Themes: social interaction, passive recreation (solitary, group), active recreation (solitary, group), habitat, resource production, resource remediation

Civic Uses

Themes: participation, protest

Time of Use

Themes: daily, weekday, weekend, seasonal, event

Program

Themes: commercial (food, drink, goods, services, sights), institutional (school, library, church), natural (passive, productive)


Gente / People

Users

Themes: children, adolescents, adults, seniors, dogs, other species

Stakeholders

Themes: residents, tenants, shop owners, community organizations, politicians / administrators


Identidad / Identity

History

Themes: hidden, memorialized

Creation

Themes: who, how, why / intention

Program Support

Themes: public, private, nonprofit, combo

Image of Place

Themes: imageability, memory, identity

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