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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