The students from UIC Barcelona School of Architecture presents their Final Degree Projects
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On 18 July, the students of UIC Barcelona School of Architecture exhibits their Final Degree Projects at the former textile factory Ca l’Alier, the current headquarters for the urban innovation centre BIT-Habitat.
The exhibit entitled ‘22@_What? How to achieve balance in Northen Poblenou, Barcelona‘ features the work of 10 final year Architecture students, who have put forward new architectural and urban planning proposals for 22@, an area that began a process of metamorphosis in the early 2000s in accordance with the “compact city” model, with housing, public facilities and high-quality green areas where rsidents could “work, live and learn”.
During the event, the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture Chair in Industrial Construction and the Environment (CEIM) Awards will also be handed out, in recognition of projects with the most innovative solutions in the area of sustainability. The event will also serve as a platform for the Schindler Elevators Accessibility Awards, which recognise the TFGs that best integrate the parameters of accessibility from an architectural perspective.
The exhibition will be organised in cooperation with BIT-Habitat and the Barcelona City Council, with sponsorship from the construction company Aislux.
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