The creative activists of LuzInterruptus participated in “Recuperem La Punta”, an initiative in La Punta, Valencia, Spain, using luminous art to showcase the possible recovery of the inhabitants' old vegetable gardens that were destroyed and now lie unused and forgotten after a major port development.
The architects from the Ecuadorian firm Natura Futura Arquitectura have created a greenhouse using local materials and as a self-building initiative in Nayón, near Quito, with the partners of Huertomanías, a cooperative whose members have some mental health problems.
Luzinterruptus, the Spanish art collective created the installation called “The Plastic We Live With” for the FAB Festival de Bordeaux in collaboration with the city council, as a visual and tangible way to make us more mindful about the excess of plastic in our lives.
“Print Your City!” is a research project currently being conducted by The New Raw architectural studio focusing on a particular application of 3D printing: re-use of plastic wastes in the design of urban spaces.
What do ice-cream tubs have to do with literacy levels? They become an integral element of the Bima micro-library designed by the SHAU architecture studio in the Bima district of Bandung on the island of Java, Indonesia as part of its “100 Micro-libraries” programme.
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