In some Latin American cities, the processes of evolution have been built from the previous destruction of urban fabric. This phenomenon seems to reappear in some cities, especially in the case of Caracas, the city where I live, generating in its inhabitants a sense of transience and lack of identification with icons and images that would bring a sense of place and permanence in time.
In my work of Perception and Image of cities as a tool for taking actions in Urban Design, I discovered the importance of approaching the design process of the city through the common images that its inhabitants share.
A pivotal aspect of a place’s identity is the relation with its landscape, providing its inhabitants with a sense of belonging and differentiation with other places that make their own city unique and proprietary.
The place's identity and the ways to incorporate the landscape.