15-minute cities as a solution to the post-pandemic world. The case of the San Juan de Lurigancho’s district in Lima
AuthorCasas Osorio, Valeria Sofia
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AbstractThis project focuses on a sector of the most populated district of Lima, San Juan de Lurigancho, which has more than 1 million inhabitants and does not have an adequate urban design for its citizens. I present a new sector design focused on micro-mobility (bicycles, skates, scooters), strategies of the 15-minute cities, neighbors’ needs, and the current outlook of COVID-19 in Peru. To achieve this, we use surveys to analyze each street through images taken by google maps and our images. The strategies used in the USA, Spain, and Colombia were used as a reference for the design. As an ultimate result of the project, we got a superblock that meets the resident’s needs. They feel confident that the proposed design will meet most of their expectations if another pandemic happens in the future.
DescriptionSustainable Built Environments Senior Capstone Project