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EURE (Santiago)

versión impresa ISSN 0250-7161

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SCHLACK, Elke  y  VICUNA, Magdalena. Componentes normativas de alta incidencia en la nueva morfología del Santiago Metropolitano: una revisión crítica de la norma de "Conjunto Armónico". EURE (Santiago) [online]. 2011, vol.37, n.111, pp.131-166. ISSN 0250-7161.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0250-71612011000200006.

Increased height, higher residential density and typological differentiation regarding the environment are the main characteristics of buildings that are currently constructed int eh context of the Chilean legalnorm known as "Harmonic Set". Considering that this norm promotes the morphological and functional exception of such projects regarding their environment, it is maintained that this regulation could represent one way to regulate certain exceptional buildings in the city: those that today are known as mega-projects. This articule illustrates two moments in the evoluation of this legal norm. In both, the intent to form relevant urban archetypes can be clearly seen. It shows the evolution of this norm and exemplifies this process through cases from the initial period, associated with the compositional vision (1930-50), and a second period associated with the functionalist vision of the city (1960-80). The objectives associated with each period are compared and contrasted with the qualities that currently promote the legal norm of harmonic set. We reflect upon the pertienence of the norm, and discuss the possibilities that this instrument provides today for the creation of urban archetypes.

Palabras clave : Urban morphology; urban project; urban renewal; public space.

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