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 a new urban plan, which aims to regulate public establishments, food shops and tourist services in the district. For this reason, we have analysed and represented available data from public and private sources, but also own gathered data.
The target of the Atlas is to present a clear description of the district that allows to visualise the uses of the built urban fabric but also the ones of public spaces. The Atlas covers different topics: how the city is inhabited, how interactions between the city and its citizens occur and how spaces are used.
Client: District of Ciutat Vella, Barcelona City Council