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DAYS

100

PARTICIPANTS

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PROJECTS

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EXTRA EVENTS


OUR PROJECTS
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GREEN ON
Description
GREEN ON aims to activate a small public space in Las Fuentes, through the introduction of both green space and artistic mosaics made from recycled wood. With GREEN ON, the intention was to not only provide a space for the participants to develop their construction skills, but to also allow individual expression which afforded a sense of individual ownership over the project through the creation of mosaic pieces which decorated planter boxes and walls. As Magda Storożenko-Polak and Kamila Haja tutors of the project express: “The ability to correctly use tools, and understand how elements are processed and connected to create something larger, are important skills for architects and designers to understand.” Over 5000 pieces of wood were used in total to create this project. During two weeks, the final result was a complete success, reaching 2 large planter walls, 10 planter boxes, two benches, 48 small individual mosaics and 6 large group mosaics.

Tutors:
Magdalena Storożenko
Kamila Haja
Andrew Byrne

Participants:
Andrew Galea, Bartosz Andreczko, Çisem Nur Yıldırım, Gabriela Adam, Greis Malaj, Hanna Schönberger, Kayra Suner, Paula Catalina de la Cruz, Simanur Sucu, Vladimir Georgiev

Photography:
Ignacio Condón, María Condón, Vladimir Georgiev
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WIND PAVILION
Description
The main idea of Wind Pavilion is to create an interesting space for the neighborhood of Las Fuentes. The pavilion is closely related to the wind. The circular shape that presents, allows an enclosed experience of sounds and relation with the design. The pavilion is located in Parque de Calistenia, Las Fuentes. It is divided into three main parts with a transition of the relationship between humans and nature in sonorous activities. The project only requires three constructive materials: one dimensional pine wood for the main structure, bamboo and strings for sound elements.

Tutors:
Dominika Ufnal
Nicolas Boscoboinik

Participants:
Ahmad El Zu´bi, Elveda Yildirim, Gaia Brenna, Mark Caruana, Stephanie Nicolas, Demetris Nicolaou, Sherry Guindy, Mo Abdelbary, Ahmed Bouksani, Jasmin Schnellmann, Justyna Gala, Dónal McLarnon, Stavroula Tziourtzia, Francisco Roy.

Photography:
Ignacio Condón, María Condón
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STAND STILL
Description
Stand Still is a project about plastic. In the middle of a worldwide plastics crisis, consumers are shamed for using it, a lot of designers avoid it, but it is a material reality of our time. Taking advantage of the HDPE’s capacity to be melted down and transformed, tutors and participants collected post-industrial and post-domestic plastic waste to make a series of tabletops. The material comes from Torre Ramona park, in Las Fuentes neighborhood and across the city, combined with material from Dilavisheire recycling factory. The plastic was melted using an extrusion machine made available by Viaje a la Sostenibilidad, this allowed it to melt and form the shredded plastic into tabletops. As Linus Gruszewski and Andy Yu tutors of the project remark: “Our hope is that the tables tell the story of their fabrication, and give back to the neighborhood which provided the base material for their construction.”

Tutors:
Linus Gruszewski
Andy Yu

Participants:
Jorge Javier Ruiz Alcarazo, Ghida Metlej, Milica Šašić, Katarzyna Prokopiuk, Sara Prilepchanska, Afef Skouri, Emma Vručinić, Aramis Rudisuhli

Photography:
Ignacio Condón, Bhumit Shah, Linus Gruszewski, Andy Yu
AIR RUSTLE
Description
The Air Rustle (KIOS & COS) is a pavilion that symbolizes the path of life that everyone faces. There is no beginning of the path and no end. The only thing that connects a person with reality is the Wind and rustle that wind creates. By looking at the constantly changing pattern of the pavilion, listening to the rustle, a person enters a meditative state, stopping his inner self and suspending reality. Like leaves rustling in the wind, the skin of the pavilion is breathing and opening, letting glimpses of colors stand out for a short moment. The colors of the fabric are in harmony mixing with the sky. The corridor is without beginning or end, meaning that a person can walk there, contemplating the ambience without breaks. This is the philosophical essence of a circle or a loop. The main elements used throughout the building process were wood and fabrics (small pieces of cloths made up of different colors).

Autors:
Ilya Katliarski, Anastasiya Katliarskaya

Tutors:
Ilya Katliarski, Stanislav Rabunskii

Participants:
Ralph Rizkallah, Catalin Bigan, Klaudiusz Szwajka, Marc Aquilina, Yağız Ateşoğlu, Akanksha Barada, Qiujun Zhang, Margherita Padovan, Giordano Segato, Dora Pavesic, Katarzyna Wroczek, Leda Demetriadou, Marine Fondin.

Photography:
Ignacio Condón, Bhumir Shah, Vladimir Georgiev
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LIGHT IT UP!
Description
Light it up, is a workshop about designing lamps for local shops in Las Fuentes, Zaragoza. The workshop is built up on experimental and performative design process where the designs of the lamps were done with recycled materials from the shops. During the workshop, the participants got to know the basics of lamp electrification, as well as observing how light acts in space. The lamps attract pedestrians walking through the streets and this makes the shops more visible. Private space fades into public space through illumination.

Tutors:
Alena Halmes
Rafael Gil Cordeiro

Participants:
Iulia Petrescu, Krishna Aneja, Veronika Baseghyan, Isabel Rodriguez, Krystine Kontos, Ndricim Kodhelaj, Marita Etel, Evgenia Malamoglou.
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FUENTURNITURE
Description
The project develops the idea of using elements as a way of interaction in the neighborhood. While the site was visited, the participants and tutors understood the site as a place where children and elder people could connect through furniture. Creating a place to sit, to say and to play. Thinking of the idea of sliding puzzles, a playful seating concept was developed made up of wood.

Tutors:
Joe Murphy
Pelin Gunay

Participants:
Nola Bokun, Katarzyna Mizera, Jason O´Kelly, Jorge Crespo, Nadine Weyeneth, Nils Schimitzek, Serena Moisiu, Frideriki Gektidou.

Photography:
Ignacio Condón, Bhumit Shah, Vladimir Georgiev
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RADIOHOOD
Description
The main idea behind the project was to use observation of urban space as the main inspiration and tool for storytelling, through the creation of maps and documents, games and the development of personal projects. The wide range of the participants interests, skills and needs, influenced the project and turned it into a more experimental direction, creating performance and videos for example. The final outcome was a real success, by the creation of a magazine and an exhibition, where it shown the different ideas and work which was created during two weeks in Las Fuentes, Zaragoza.

Tutors:
Georgia Zachari

Participants:
Hassan Mabrouk, Marina Mijatovic, Mihai Birtu, Kasia Skórniewska, Kristina Sargsyan, Alya Saroyan.

Photography:
Ignacio Condón
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DISTRICT OF SIGNS
Description
The main goal of the project was to help the local businesses “Yo Compro en Las Fuentes”, to gain visibility in the neighbourhood. 15 Corners were painted, creating geometric designs showing the different directions of the shops. There were 6 categories proposed, food, fashion, beauty, services, restaurants, art and stationery. At the beginning, the workshop was focused on getting to know the shops owners and get a closer relationship with them, feeling the atmosphere of Las Fuentes neighborhood. After this exhaustive research, the painting was done in the pavement, creating a new image in the streets.

Tutors:
Blanka Przedpelska
Ola Rysak

Participants:
Hannah McCarthy, Julia Simeonov, Dafina Thaqi, Matthias Galea Souchet, Cormac O´Mahoney, Melisa de Castro Alijarcio

Photography:
Ignacio Condón, María Condón
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ORGANIZING TEAM

Adrián Alfonso

Workshop Manager
Finance & Project Manager, Tools & Materials Manager
"He is joy personified and the most restless human being, he always tries to keep an eye on everything related to work, party or whatever you can think of."

Ignacio Condón

Workshop Co-manager
Project, Tools & Materials Manager, Finance Support
"Freelance in everything you can imagine, graffiti, beetroot painting art, with a clothing brand."

Sergio Fuertes

Workshop Co-manager
Project Manager, Finance, Tools & Graphic Design Support
"Dancer, skater, design engineer and product developer. If you have a problem, let him know, he will help with his amazing charisma, friendly and knowledge in all design crafts."
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