VILA BELMIRO, MANY STORIES TO TELL YOUR MEMORIES-architectural and urban

Marisa Rodrigues Pinho, Nelson Santos Dias

Abstract


This article aims to portray the Centennial neighborhood of Vila Belmiro, through its architectural and urban memories and demonstrate that by tracing the urban form, as well as architectural interventions in space, are able to create better living conditions independent of other factors. Changes in the living space and the types of dwellings brought changes to the old Workers' Village, so not only the concepts "hygienic" dwell in the turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth century, but the concept art of the Belle Époque and the philosophy of life "moved to the French, "so widespread by hygienist Viennese architect Camillo Sitte and his influence on Brazilian sanitation engineer, Francisco Rodrigues Saturnino de Brito, who took a plan Sanitation in Santos, coast of the state of São Paulo. However, there is a different path in the urban and road, changes villas cottages, homes for assobradadas and terraced streets, squares and alleys of the old village doing the Worker Belmiro and its numerous farms somewhere bucolic peace, harmony within and between social classes, with great potential for heritage education and preservation of their memory.

KEYWORDS: memories architectural and urban; living conditions, working villages.


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