The Data Atlas is a collection of 200 cartographies that explore urban uses and their conflicts in the historic center of Barcelona (district of Ciutat Vella).
The project has been carried out in the context of the diagnosis of the new ‘Master Plan of economic activities’ of the District, which aims to regulate the public establishments. For this reason, available data of the district area from public and private sources, but also own gathered data, have been analysed and represented.
The target of the Atlas is to present a clear description of the district that allows to visualize the uses of the built urban fabric but also the ones of public spaces, and it has been conducted from different perspectives: as a inhabited city, how interactions between the city and citizens occur; and how spaces are used.
Client: District of Ciutat Vella, Barcelona City Council