The German University Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, known by its acronym KIT, University leader in Europe in engineering and natural Sciences and recognized worldwide by the high level of them works of research in it is develop, is collaborating from some time with the project ‘Arrecife, Capital of the Biosphere’ that leads to out the architect and urbanist Juan Palop-Casado, under the direction of the Biosphere Reserve of the Cabildo of Lanzarote.
These students enrolled currently the last course of architecture, some of them already licensed, and through this technical program that take out in the island from the 23rd of November, will be a study and a to three years plan of work for design strategies of search of identity of the city, based on aspects such as the mobility and the landscaping of the capital. Have also with the collaboration of local and national architects, as the prestigious architect Henri Bava.
Within the work plan and the urban laboratory, have approached to visit the work of César Manrique through the Centers of Art, Culture and Tourism and the César Manrique Foundation, besides others places of the island.
“The goal is integrate Arrecife in the context of the Biosphere Reserve for make it more visible and real for its citizens”, explained from the program.