The city of Cádiz had a structural problem. It’s traffic circulation was centered around two longitudinal axes, with the historic area located at the end of them. The new proposition is based on the creation of new open spaces that cross the city in a transversal way. Thereby, the growth of leisure spaces is enabled.
By prolonging the novel transversal axes the city connects in a new way with the sea. The resulting grid overlaps with the urban plan of the city, creating a new structure.
On the transversal avenues new cultural buildings can be established to reinforce the appeal of those areas.
The circulation in the city will be redesigned in order to create bike ways, and to support the use of public transportation.
This project was created during a summer workshop session, together with other students from the University of Seville.