La artista islandesa Rúrí protagoniza el taller
“Cities Recycled” en la Universidad de Alicante.
Alicante. Monday, 6 November 2017.
The workshop organised by the Delegation of Students of the Upper Polytechnical School of the UA tackles the consequences for the human habitats of the global warming and the architectural alternatives.
The Icelandic artist Rúrí is the protagonist of the workshop that have organised along this week from the Delegation of Students of the Escuela Politécnica de la Universidad de Alicante under the title of ‘Cities Recycled’. The project centres in the global warming and its affectation and consequences for the human habitats.
The students treated to resolve the problems to which will have to face up the humanity like consequence of the elevation of the level of the oceans and the need to move whole cities to locations between 30 and 70 higher metres.
The workshop, that has begun this Monday and will lengthen until next Friday, will divide to the students in small groups that worked each one of the main appearances of the project which will force them to think in the resources hídricos that will see affected by the rise of the level of the sea; the feeding; the energy, avoiding the nuclear and the based in the coal; design of ecological structures of the constructions; the materials of construction and also the means of transport.
The workshop will finalise the Friday with the conference of the Icelandic artist Rúri from the 16.30 hours in the living room of acts of the building of the Polytechnical I.