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      4º Congreso de Patología y Rehabilitación de Edificios, celebrado en Santiago de Compostela, 12-14 de abril de 2012. [] [1]
      ASEJAGr. Asociación de Estudiantes y Jóvenes Arquitectos de Granada [1]
      Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Granada [1]
      Departamento de Construcciones Arquitectónicas [1]
      Grupo de Investigación HUM813 Arquitectura y Cultura Contemporánea [3]
      Grupo de Investigación HUM813 Arquitectura y Cultura Contemporánea [4]
      If the real estate bubble is the indiscriminate occupation of the territory, Spain today suffers the same speculation, but inside the consolidated city, in the houses of its own inhabitants. The dichotomy between the global economy and local culture affects specially those environments that suffered the greatest crisis and, at the same time, have more heritage value, as the Mediterranean Cities. PAX – Patios de la Axerquía, driven by a group of architects and anthropologists, is a strategy of urban regeneration through cooperative processes in order to put in use the empty patio– houses of the historical center of Córdoba. The re– use of the existing city, in its tangible and intangible heritage value in a neighborhood with incipient gentrification, is a bottom– up strategy in terms of housing policy, heritage, urban regeneration and social innovation through the update of the use of the courtyards with cooperative processes. [1]
      Ministerio de Fomento [1]
      Proyecto de Investigación HAR2012-31133: Arquitectura, escenografía y espacio urbano: Ciudades históricas y eventos culturales. [2]
      The neighborhoods begin to claim their place as urban heritage in the imaginary of cities, but their management is a challenge -due to its obsolescence- in terms of rehabilitation, protection and maintenance. The neighborhood cooperative might be a viable instrument of architectural, urban, economic and social regeneration, based on the concept of citizen business group with long-term objectives: rehabilitation, creation of neighborhood networks that share services or financing projects. Examples such as Coin Street in London or Covicivi in Montevideo demonstrate how this concept becomes a model of urban revitalization, valuing urban heritage increasingly recognized and generating identity among its own inhabitants. A learning that allows us to transfer the model to the case of the neighborhood of Sixto (Malaga), as a laboratory where to test these assumptions of neighborhood association for the recovery of an emerging heritage.. [1]
      Universidad de Asumción. Paraguay [1]
      Universidad de Granada. Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura [1]
      Universidad de Granada. España [2]
      Universidad de Granada. Vicerrectorado de Estudiantes [1]
      Universidad Nacional de Asunción. Paraguay [1]
      Universidad Nacional de Colombia [2]
      «Once acciones para la formación docente en Arquitectura». Área de Proyectos Arquitectónicos; Departamento de Urbanística y Ordenación del territorio; Departamento de Construcciones Arquitectónicas; Vicerrectora para la Garantía de la Calidad de la Universidad de Granada. [1]