Our friend Daniel Fernandez Pascual
recently published two very interesting articles involving very cheap processes of construction.
The first one
introduces La Havana’s Barbacoas
(unformal mezzanine added illegally to the old colonial buildings of the city) and Andiamos
(scaffolding preventing buildings to collapse), the second ones inviting (or suggesting) the first ones to exist in a beautiful ambiguity of decay and urban appropriation.