Chile’s former Iansa factory in Linares could be transformed into major urban renovation

The proposal focuses on "urban renewal, with changes to the area's regulatory plan to allow the installation of housing and commerce in a place that was previously used only for industrial purposes."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After a long period of total abandonment, the Empresas Iansa land operated as one of the primary plants in the commune of Linares a few years ago will finally have a new use. This is a project to reconvert the 30-hectare industrial land that in August 2018 definitively closed its doors, and now, hand in hand with the architecture, engineering, and construction office, Archmotion, seeks to transform it into a space for citizen convergence.

This is how architect José Miguel Mardones, founder of the firm behind the idea that currently has the sugar mill and . . .

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