Student concept for Bogota looks at the university hub as a catalyst for culture and development.

In a series of projects envisioning a sustainable future for the city of Bogota, Colombia, a group of graduate architecture students at the Post-Graduate Program of PennDesign are looking at new ways to revitalize urban spaces in a “bottom-up” way. Connected to the trends around future cities that has identified of Elastic Environments, Collaborative Economy and Derelict Revival, the Neo-Athens proposal calls for emphasizing the impact educational institutions have on their surroundings, and pursuing an urban network of distributed rather than a centralized student facilities.

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