Nobody can deny that millennials are an important cohort nowadays. Growing up in an increasingly online and socially-connected world, idealism, consciousness and diversity’s tolerance seem to be the most common traits. Nonetheless, it is the first generation that is less economically successful than their parents. Consequently, millennials are dealing with dilemas such as the need to own a home […]Read More Agrihoods: housing for millennials
I have been back home for some days now and I can not still forget this last summer in Myanmar. It has been an unique experience. I was not prepared for the different way of travelling I encountered, but after the initial shock I have had the time of my life. Experienced people said me […]Read More A Summer in Green Myanmar
Nowadays, with the climate change and sustainable development being at the spotlight, I would like to write about the adaptive reuse. You may quickly grasp the concept only reading these words but, just in case, I will answer the following question for you: What does adaptive reuse is? In general, we understand that it “is […]Read More Too good to throw away: The adaptive reuse.
“It is not logical that in a Mediterranean city the majority of roofs are closed and do not have any kind of use”. This was remarked a few months ago by Barcelona’s city Mayor, Xavier Trias. I have to say that I totally agree with it. If you have a look to an aerial photography […]Read More Towards Sustainable Cities. Strenghtening social bonds in Barcelona.
Navigating through Twitter I came across with a tweet by @iambiente that said “Nuevo campus de #Apple será el edificio más verde del mundo” ( The new Apple campus will be the greenest building in the world). So, knowing that I’m pretty hooked on this topic and Apple is a well-known brand I started to […]Read More Keep in touch, Twitter. About the new Apple green headquarters.