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Edificio en el centro del pueblo en Instalaciones existentes.
Village center building on existing facilities
A report outlining the facilities needed in the Community of San Luis to create a functional town center.
Un informe que perfila las instalaciones necesarias en la Comunidad de San Luis para crear un centro funcional de pueblo.
City planning--Costa Rica--San Luis, Puntarenas
Sustainable Futures 2004
t Sustainable Futures
Pattern T itle: V illage Center Building on Existing Facilities Problem Statement: Southern San Luis contains only parts of a town center which do not function to their fullest potential. Problem Discussion: Southern San Luis contains existing facilites such as: a church, school, salon, and soccer fields. This site does not provide appropriate space for social interaction, economic outlet, and civic infrastructure. Social interaction in San Luis primarily occurs within the sidelines of the soccer field. This limited space combines passive and active recreation. During sunday game days, when most of the community is visiting this site, social interaction spills over onto the streets in the middle of traf fic. Economic outlet is limited primarily to the salon and the soccer field kiosk. These two facilties are open at most once a week. Limited hours of operation and stores create limited possibility of economic growth. The missing civic infrastructure of fices of San Luis consist primarily of the Aqueducts Organiztion, Development Associaton, and the Police. The Development Association and Aqueducts Organiztion meet in the upper San Luis school during the evenings while the Police do not exist at all. Pattern Statement: Therefore, to create a functional town center these missing pieces must be added to the existing facilities. Pattern Diagram: The Monteverde Institute Sustainable Futures Program 2004 The Community of San Luis, Costa Rica