San Jerónimo Tecoatl, Oaxaca, Mexiko
COCOON-SECTOR FOR CONTEXTUAL CONSTRUCTION // Ursula Hartig, Nina Pawlicki, Simon Colwill. IN COOPERATION WITH // ILAUP, Prof. Loidl Reisch; Simon Colwill — TEK Prof. Dr. Klaus Rückert, Daniel Weinhold — Architekturdarstellung: Prof. Matthias Hirche. ACADEMIC COLLABORATION: Universidad Autónoma de México. RESEARCH AND EXECUTION // Atelier Max Cetto, students
Union de Mujeres Unidas NAXIÍ, Graciela Garcia Reyes LOGISTICS, PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION, RESEARCH: C.A.M.P.O, (Centro de Apoyo al Movimiento Popular Oaxaqueño) campo.org.mx FUNDING LOGISTICS: VFFA- association of the friends of architecture-studies at TU Berlin. FUNDING: Sto Stiftung, DAAD
A Jam Manufactory for Naxií is the built outcome of a DesignBuild project directed by the CoCoon-Studio at the Technische Universitaet Berlin in 2012. Two buildings form the ensemble of a production and education facility in San Jerónimo Tecoatl in the mountanregion of the Sierra Mazateca in Oaxaca, Mexico. The Jam Manfactory was built on behalf of the women cooperation Naxii who had established their own business producing jams and conserves and therewith gained credibility in the whole community. The project was undertaken in the framework of an interdisciplinary coursework of architects civil engineers and landscape architects.