The exhibition, which can be seen up until the 10th of December, is designed to acquaint the visitor with the creative processes involved in the street architecture circuit BCN RE.SET
Via an exhibition entitled Making of BCN RE.SET, the Enric Miralles Foundation presents the conception and construction processes involved in the temporary street architecture circuit BCN RE.SET. Given that the nature of the BCN RE.SET project is designed to be both collaborative and educational, the Enric Miralles Foundation has attempted to display a particular aspect of the project that is as important as the final result: the creative process. As a result, the public is given the opportunity to contemplate the entire creative process carried out by the seven architects and architecture studios involved in the project.
Organised by the Barcelona City Council and the Enric Miralles Foundation, the urban BCN RE.SET circuit can be seen in various locations throughout the city up until the 11th of September. Part of the tercentenary celebrations, the project consists of seven architectural and architectonic installations that offer a reflection on concepts such as identity, freedom and democracy.
The exhibition Making of BCN RE.SET can be seen in the Enric Miralles Foundation up until the 10th of December. Entry costs 3 euros and more information is available here.
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