This website is part of our collaborative work to contribute to the recognition of everyday spatial practices in barrios populares as a living heritage of the city, and the agency of the Integral Neighborhood Upgrading (Mejoramiento Integral de Barrios) as a path for progressive urban planning and design. Moravia in Medellin is our site of inquiry. We engage with living heritage through the dimensions of urban memories, care, recycling landscapes, and community connections, emphasizing the migratory movements that have taken place towards, into, and from the neighbourhood territory.

See more of the project here.

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