Ganadores del Premio Turner regeneran un barrio inglés degradado

The Turner Prize, which annually falls on a British artist under 50, this year was won by the Assemble group: 15 design and architecture professionals that developed a work whose purpose was to regenerate the urbanization of a gradient in Liverpool neighborhood.

Abandoned houses in popular area were restored for reuse framed under the concept of reconnection between art and architecture and environments with real needs.

The group, returned the value to the dwellings, contemplating the active participation of residents to contribute to the expression of a construct that replicates the identity and social memory of the place. Despite criticism, young guys under 30 years, with recycling techniques, developed a work that is positively linked with the phenomenon that occurs in European cities, whose weaknesses are construction defects left uninhabitable and disabled sectors city, which calls for the development of young professionals with courage to reinvent.





No Comments Yet

Comments are closed