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Tipo de material : bachelorThesis
Título : Residencia asistida para adultos mayores en la ciudad de Quito, sector de la Rumiñahui
Autor : Jaramillo Castro, María Alejandra
Tutor : Moscoso Cevallos, Roberto Julián
Fecha de publicación : 2012
Editorial : Quito: Universidad de las Américas, 2012
Citación : Jaramillo Castro, M. A. (2012). Residencia asistida para adultos mayores en la ciudad de Quito, sector de la Rumiñahui (Tesis de pregrado). Universidad de las Américas, Quito.
Resumen : Se ha realizado un estudio urbano-arquitectónico en la ciudad de Quito – Ecuador específicamente en el sector del aeropuerto; se ha podido establecer un déficit de espacios físicos apropiados para la atención del Adulto Mayor, así como dificultades para acceder a centros gerontológicos o centros de larga estancia...
Descripción : An urban-architectural study has been performed in the city of Quito - Ecuador exactly in the airport sector of the city. It has been established a lack of physical spaces for the care of the elderly, as well as difficulties to access to geriatric residential centres. This project aims to provide a continuous care model, which starts with the natural aging and ensures the adaptation to daily activities with the highest quality of life possible. It also seeks to prevent dependence from others. It provides functional recovery and generates an increased life expectancy. A space of good quality will be created, modeling the environment, promoting social,urban, and architectural inclusion. Users will have the possibility to receive a tenant, who will receive housing and in turn will provide care and interaction, or maybe will be able to receive visitors in the comfort of a home. This theory is scientifically supported because there has been evidence that life satisfaction in Ecuadorian elderly increases considerably when they are not living alone. The architectural proposal of this project is the program into a series of interrelated buildings, which are arranged in spaces designed for encounters. Such grouping provides a spatial concept that integrates the interior with the exterior. Fragmentation of buildings create a system of moving parts in search of light and opening onto gardens varied in color, light, and perfume. It aims to balance the different relationships between different areas such as working, rehabilitation, public, semipublic, private and landscape. The idea is to have a pleasant and protected small town inside a neighborhood, generated by the rotation and fragmentation of buildings, under a typology wrapped in different color, landscapes, and types.
URI : http://dspace.udla.edu.ec/handle/33000/2364
Aparece en las colecciones: Arquitectura

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