lunes, 20 de noviembre de 2017

Life Reusing Posidonia arrives to Ibiza

On the 3rd of November 2017 was opened the exhibition and the documentary of the Life Reusing Posidonia in the Ibiza cloister. The deputy major, Elena López, and the IBAVI technic director, Antonio Martín, took part of the presentation.


The assistants could see the documentary premiere which explains all the phases of the project and they took part of an interesting round table with three experts: Vicent Marí Serra, Carlos Velasco Reguero y Manu San Félix. Central issue: heritage, architecture and climate change.

The three speakers are gave their vision of the use of natural resources and the importance to struggle against climate change, each from his field. Vicent Marí is a traditional craftsman  in the construction, who was formed with the old people. Carlos Velasco is an architect by the ETSA of Madrid who defend the paper of the architecture as social dynamo. Nowadays he works in the development of a cooperative dwellings project. For last, Manu San Félix,  marine biologist and photography director of the Pristine Siguis project of National Geographic, where he is creating huge marine sanctuaries and is the person who cares about the 80% of the protected surface in our oceans.

The exhibition and the documentary were launched in Ibiza until the 13th of November. Before, it was launched in Formentera and their next stops will be Palma (the 24th of November in Palau Solleric) and Mahón (5th of December).

The project goal is to explain people how while we are looking for solutions for more sustainable solutions for construction we have forgotten what has been done for hundred years before the Industrial Revolution, for instance the posidonia insulations.

The exhibition in the Ibiza cloister was published in different media as Diario de Ibiza, Nou Diari and IB3 Televisió.

Life Reusing Posidonia arrives to Ibiza

On the 3rd of November 2017 was opened the exhibition and the documentary of the Life Reusing Posidonia in the Ibiza cloister. The deputy ma...