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Atlas de la Innovación. Nuevo Madrid Mix_NMM

“Atlas de la Innovación. Nuevo Madrid Mix_NMM” is an operational atlas for a new hybrid urban model. The book is a reflection about how a new economy can be developed in the City of Madrid, including a research about the two main challenges in the Urbanoceno age: the climate change and the socioeconomy crisis of the territorial inequalities. Both are totally linked with the post-covid era we are facing. “Nuevo Madrid Mix” is based on a collection of innovative case studies from ten different cities and regions around the world landing in the specific context of Madrid. These international references –London Rotterdam, Brussels, Nantes, Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Vienna, Seoul, Tokyo- are presented from different angles: practice, academy, or directly from the municipalities. The methodology of the research is organized around five variables: operational meridians, geographic parallels, markets, gradients of innovation, and time.
The ideas and references are adapted from the global to the local context of Madrid with a series of recommendations and a “landing plan” for a new and prosper economic model for Madrid, including the needed changes in the NZ9 (Norma Zonal 9) which is addressing from long time ago the development of the productive land in Madrid.

Thanks to the Área de Desarrollo Urbano and the Dirección General de Planificación Estratégica of the City of Madrid, and the impressive collection of international partners from ten different cities around the world: London (RIBA), Rotterdam (AIR), Brussels (BMA, Kristiaan Borret), Nantes (SAMOA, Alain Bertrand, Marieke Zeegers), Paris (KH Studio, Alessandro delli Ponti), Barcelona (AMB, Noemí Martínez, Josep María Carreras, Xavier Mariño), Berlin (plattformberlin, Jens Metz), Vienna (StudioVlayStreeruwitz, Bernd Vlay, Lina Streeruwitz), Seoul (Praud, Rafael Luna, Dongwoo Yim), and Tokyo (furii studio, Noemí Gómez, Diego Martín).

Edited by the City of Madrid: Área de Gobierno de Desarrollo Urbano del Ayuntamiento de Madrid.
Gutiérrez-delaFuente Arquitectos
147 pages. Spanish
ISBN:978-84-7812-818-1
Depósito Legal: M-15465-2020

The book is available in the following link:
Atlas de la Innovación

And here the link to the presentation event together with the City of Madrid
Presentation event together with the City of Madrid

Productive and Circular City. Conversations around the Spanish Urban Agenda

“Productive and Circular City. Conversations around the Spanish Urban Agenda” is a research book presented in Abu Dhabi during the World Urban Forum 2020. The work is a reflection about the Spanish Urban Agenda 2019 (SUA/AUE 2019) which is a strategic document aligned with International Urban Agendas and the Agenda 2030. The approach is focused on the relation between the notion of the Circular City at the european context and the strategical goals pursued in the Spanish Urban Agenda (SUA).

Thanks to the Ministry of Development of the Government of Spain (AUE, Spanish Urban Agenda) and the extraordinary collaborators we had on board: Kristiaan Borret, Luis Fernández-Galiano, Kaye Geipel and Bernd Vlay. Also thanks to the group of multidisciplinary experts on the Spanish Urban Agenda: Ignacio Alcalde, José M. Ezquiaga, José Fariña, Luis M. Jiménez, Pedro Marín, Andrés Monzón, Salvador Rueda, Inés Sánchez de Madariaga, Antonio Serrano, Carme Trilla I Bellart.

Edited by Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda of the Government of Spain (Fomento, Publication General Secretary) and Gutiérrez-delaFuente Arquitectos
122 pages. Spanish/English.
Catalogue: cpage.mpr.gob.es

Rendering the Collective in the Circular City

“Rendering the Collective in the Circular City” is a research book presented in the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2019. The publication is included in the AUE / Madrid pavilion that G-dlF curated in the Biennale. G-dlF has also co-curated a topic of the Seoul Biennale about Productive Cities together with the cities of Brussels and Vienna. The book is a reflection about the new proximities in the post-industrial productive city and its impacts on a political, ecological, spatial, social and economic level.
The city of Madrid serves as a case-study, specifically the southeast area and the M45 highway. The research includes a reflection about the Spanish Urban Agenda 2019 (SUA/AUE 2019) which is a transversal urban guide to address the challenges of the Anthropocene age next years in Spain. The narrative is supported by an amazing documentary photography campaign by Davide Curatola (Urban Reports).

Thanks to the Ministry of Development of the Government of Spain (Fomento), the Municipality of Madrid, our partners of Urban Reports, and the extraordinary collaborators we had on board: Kristiaan Borret, Luis Fernández-Galiano, Kaye Geipel and Bernd Vlay. Also thanks to the group of multidisciplinary experts on the Spanish Urban Agenda: Ignacio Alcalde, José M. Ezquiaga, José Fariña, Luis M. Jiménez, Pedro Marín, Andrés Monzón, Salvador Rueda, Inés Sánchez de Madariaga, Antonio Serrano, Carme Trilla I Bellart.

Edited by Ministry of Development, City of Madrid, Gutiérrez-delaFuente Arquitectos
195 pages. Spanish/English.
ISBN 978-84-09-13105-1