Reconversion and recycling in the Central Valley of Chile.

Talca, Chile
Reconvertion and recycling in the Central Valley of Chile.
© Bernardita Marchant , Sebastian Mejias , Sebastian Quezada
Shelter for muleteers. Author: Bernadita Marchant.
© Bernardita Marchant , Sebastian Mejias , Sebastian Quezada
Shelter for muleteers. Author: Bernadita Marchant.
© Bernardita Marchant , Sebastian Mejias , Sebastian Quezada
Rural oratory. Author: Sebastian Mejías.
© Bernardita Marchant , Sebastian Mejias , Sebastian Quezada
Rural oratory. Author: Sebastian Mejías.
© Bernardita Marchant , Sebastian Mejias , Sebastian Quezada
Tire Square. Author: Sebastián Quezada.
© Bernardita Marchant , Sebastian Mejias , Sebastian Quezada
Tire Square. Author: Sebastián Quezada.
© Bernardita Marchant , Sebastian Mejias , Sebastian Quezada
Students
Bernardita Marchant , Sebastian Mejias , Sebastian Quezada
Location
Talca, Chile

Three works to obtain the degree of architect at the School of architecture of the University of Talca.

The three works that are part of the project "reconversion and recycling in the Central Valley of Chile"” They correspond to three small-scale architectures, which maintain the concept of recycling as a common logic.

The three architectural objects have been designed, managed and built by students of the School of architecture of the University of Talca (Chile) as part of the titling work, a titling format that involves facing real architectural problems.

Small infrastructures associated with the localities where they are located and where it is established as a common element the approach of new ways of living through the projection and construction from recycled materials.

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