PACIFIC 06 BY TALLER DE CASQUERÍA

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Ever since the seventeenth century the punitive format has progressed going from punishing harder to punishing better, punishing more universally, introducing the power of punishment deeply into society.


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The emplacement suggested implies the “non-location” of power, generating conflict with its own existence or even with the concept of its own existence.


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It implies spatial concretisation of power, where the building is conceived as a visibility device, being invisible at the same time. The “non-location” involves individual confrontation with vastness, overlooking the needings of a specific closer reference.


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The prisoner must be fully engaged in a piece of egalitarian society; a subsociety allowing the establishment of links and relations between its parts; relation to human scale.


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Individuals absorb the mechanism of the system, reproducing a permanent sense of membership. Decontextualized sets of relations influence current social context , preparing it for future distant actualizations.


Location: Pacific Ocean

Architect: Taller de CasqueríaProject Team: Ramón Martínez, Jorge SobejanoYear:2013
Website: www.ac-ca.org

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