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LA ARQUITECTURA EN LA REVOLUCIÓN DEMOCRÁTICA CULTURAL BOLIVIANA La materialización del Proceso de Cambio Boliviano (2006-2019) como arquitectura desde el enfoque cualitativo de la lógica trivalente
This research seeks the definition of the architecture carried out by the Bolivian State in the period of the “Process of Change” called “Cultural Democratic Revolution” between 2006 and 2019, which presents a superposition of “decolonizing” and vindicating elements in one of the most important historical centers of the country, the city of La Paz. The architecture compares with the practices developed in various examples of historical revolutions, trying to understand its representative elements. The research focuses on a qualitative analysis based on a trivalent logic, clinging to the daily aspects of the occupation of spaces in Bolivia and the ancient Andean collective imaginary, as well as theoretical references of revolutionary history, and Western and pre-Hispanic architecture. It also studies general notions of the current "revolutionary" political discourse, as well as the ways of doing architecture in the West, in the modern world, and in the Andean pre-Hispanic era. With this, the research looks forward to understand if the architecture carried out in the Cultural Democratic Revolution can define the identity of the historical moment lived in Bolivia, so that new perspectives are opened for future research on sociocultural activities, the required functions, and the design processes and construction that make up the current Bolivian architecture.