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Tipo de material : bachelorThesis
Título : Centro de artes "la casa del sombrero de paja toquilla" en Manta
Autor : Del Castillo Carrillo, Andrea Denise
Tutor : López López, Pablo Mauricio
Fecha de publicación : 2013
Editorial : Quito: Universidad de las Américas, 2013
Citación : Del Castillo Carrillo, A. D. (2013). Centro de artes "la casa del sombrero de paja toquilla" en Manta (Tesis de pregrado). Universidad de las Américas, Quito.
Resumen : Hoy en día se están perdiendo en nuestro país las tradiciones de nuestros ancestros, dando prioridad a otro tipo de actividades y entretenimientos como es la tecnología…
Descripción : Today our country is losing the traditions of our ancestors, giving priority to other activities and entertainment such as technology. Ecuadorians are very skillful with their hands and can create innovating products with our raw materials such as tagua crafts, panama hats, wicker furniture, etc. Speaking in the field of architecture we can see in every city of this country, the architectural legacy that exists in the center of each of them as Quito, Cuenca, Guayaquil, Manta, so it is important to appreciate what is ours, recover it and not let it lose. The arts convention center La Casa del sombrero de Paja Toquilla aims to create a connection between man, our traditions and architecture, designing a tourism center where you can get information on the history, production and marketing of panama hats, and also to appreciate the architecture of Manabí of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, through interior architectural proposal for intervention and rehabilitation of Flor Delgado house, located in the center of the city of Manta. Designing areas as a wax museum in which they can learn about the history of the weavers in Manabí, an elaborating room where you can see the process of making panama hats, a showroom in which the hats are displayed according of the fabric type and finally a learning workshop where tourists can learn how to knit your own hat. Taking into account the panama hats as inspiration for the realization of this project, it was decided to use the palm Carludovica Palmate which is the one where the toquilla thatch is obtained as a concept for this interior architecture proposal, using the shape of its leaves and range of colors, as well as the weaving of the hats, for the design of floors, ceilings and wall coverings, resulting in attractive spaces for user comfort.
URI : http://dspace.udla.edu.ec/handle/33000/3255
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