Copresencia, interacción y diversidad: Análisis socioespacial en el campus universitario

Resumen

Este artículo analiza las características de los espacios libres que incentivan la copresencia, interacción y diversidad de perfiles de usuarios en ocho lugares seleccionados en el campus principal de la Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil. La investigación adopta métodos cuantitativos y cualitativos, explorando el potencial de la configuración y organización espacial para crear áreas educacionales que produzcan encuentros informales. Los datos fueron recolectados por medio de la observación sistemática, que generó mapas de comportamiento, y de la aplicación de cuestionarios que recogieron información sobre la diversidad y las razones para usar cada lugar. El estudio muestra que las áreas con mayor intensidad de copresencia e interacción son los espacios cercanos a los servicios académicos, bien configurados espacialmente y que presentan altos valores en las medidas sintácticas locales, aquí aplicadas: “integración” y “elección”. En cuanto a la variable “diversidad”, la “elección global” mostró ser capaz de captar dicha diversidad en espacios situados entre centros académicos, mientras que la diversidad entre cursos fue mejor captada por la “elección local”, “integración global” e “integración local”, en ese orden.

Biografía del autor

Gustavo Peters de Souza, Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina

Arquitecto y urbanista, Maestría en el programa de postgrado en Arquitectura y Urbanismo en la Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina.

Renato Tibiriçá de Saboya, Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina

Doctor en Ingeniería Civil por la Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina, Profesor doctor en la Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina.

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Publicado
2017-12-30
Cómo citar
PETERS DE SOUZA, Gustavo; TIBIRIÇÁ DE SABOYA, Renato. Copresencia, interacción y diversidad: Análisis socioespacial en el campus universitario. Arquitecturas del Sur, [S.l.], p. 54-69, dec. 2017. ISSN 0719-6466. Disponible en: <http://revistas.ubiobio.cl/index.php/AS/article/view/2902>. Fecha de acceso: 16 jan. 2018

Palabras clave

universidad; interacción social; educación informal; espacio abierto; comportamiento innovador