The proposal includes open air cafes and restaurants, a centre for regenerative technologies, a performing art center and cultural facilities, a distributed business school, theatres and museums and a leisure park. Finally, Adrian Lee’s document calls for a learning partnership activating all the energies of the people who will live and work, design, deliver and decide for the future of Havana; open to new ideas and welcoming the world to contribute its many unique talents and insights to the enterprise. 


Note: this commentary was written by

Prof. Arch. Julio César Pérez Hernández

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    Adrian Lee’s refined document validated the economic potential of Casablanca being applied to the regeneration of the greater metropolitan area of Havana as principles for a transitional development related to key physical built manifestations of the new Casablanca economy to achieve social and cultural integration. The document also considers the importance of the relationship over time between existing development patterns and the vision for the completed urban form though in the transition stage, the current pattern of development in some places should be retained, but subject to a modern standard of regulation, whilst the area as a whole becomes a different kind of urban place. It identifies some relevant issues that are critical for the implementation of


    Infrastructure 

    Housing

    Communal Space 

    Public Space 

    Amenities 

    Social Facilities

    Health

    Education

    Commerce

    Cultural

    Religion

    Administration


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