El Malecón: A Deconstruction of Havana’s Deteriorating Cultural Artifact

By: Christopher Nuñez

A respatialization of the infamous highway, El Malecón, in Havana, Cuba: reconfiguring the highway through the stories and daily life of citizens while moving away from the dominating touristic narrative.

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About the Map-maker:

Christopher Nunez is a member of the Class of 2026 and is a prospective Architecture major with an interest in pursuing minors in Creative Writing and Spanish Language and Culture. Christopher is very passionate about exploring the intersections of architecture, urban planning, and education. He is fascinated by how architecture is able to define humanity’s perception of space and how individuals equivocally shape the world around them.



Cover Image: Collage by Christopher Nunez.