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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoCampus Universitario de Artes y Disciplinas Creativas(2022) Cano Cataño, Ana Maria; Mora Muriel, Daniel; Gaviria Puerta, Nino Andrey; Henao Loaiza, Diego Alejandro; Bothert, ZubaydaTaking into account the phenomenon of student desertion caused by the precariousness and lack of sensory stimuli of higher education spaces, this project seeks to create a university campus focused on the arts and creative disciplines, in order to generate spaces for higher education designed from a sensory approach and to obtain a positive impact on the users of the Santa Elena, Medellin, district. Objective: In order to generate and update educational spaces specialized in arts and design in the village based on arts and sensory impacts, a review is made of the background of three pedagogical matrices appropriate to higher educa-tion (Waldorf, Montessori and the traditional system) emphasizing their methodologies, processes, needs of the population and types of relationships between architect and community. Method: It is proposed to create a universi-ty campus through a system of spaces developed from the environmental, sensory and perceptive, in order to guaran-tee and enhance learning spaces. With the following ex-ploration instrument, fifty-six surveys were carried out, an exhaustive bibliographic review, organization charts and a materialization of the idea, in order to gather all the infor-mation concerning the community. Results: In conclusion, a favorable panorama is presented through the architectu-re for the creation of the campus within the community, the design references denote the need for its accessibili-ty and sensibility for the user, conceived as a free learning
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoEstrategias de adaptación y diseño inclusivo para personas con diferentes niveles de discapacidad visual a través de espacios multisensoriales(2021) Beltrán Castaño, Miguel Ángel; Bustamante Velásquez, Valentina; Cuervo Calle, Juan JoséBuildings and public spaces are undoubtedly the most important environments for a person, where most of the basic activities of daily life take place, it is the physical space where the human being moves, relates, feeds, reproduces, where the satisfaction of numerous aspirations, motivations and personal values takes place.The evolution of architecture has been marked by periods that have directly influenced its transformation, mainly the industrial revolution where all processes were standardized in search of mass production, which, in turn, caused the movement of repetitive modular constructions in which there is a tendency to carry the same distribution of spaces without character or identity, which the user is forced to adapt with distinctive features. Currently, inclusive designs have been implemented for the visually impaired, such as educational centers, hospitals, public spaces or other transit environments. However, the tools applied in public facilities have not been planned for the different levels of visual impairment due to the standardization of a visually impaired human being, understood as a blind person without any optical capacity.