Also a school of one height to allow views to dwellings located opposite
The managing director of the Institute for Housing and Land in the Region of Murcia (IVS), Joan Brown, and the mayor of Moratalla, Juan Llorente, today laid the foundation stone of the works of redevelopment of the Soledad Street, in the surroundings of the Castle the resort, which will enable the creation of a new social and scenic interest for the municipality located in the historic center.
This is a performance by IVS to revitalize the entire environment with the construction of a school workshop and a bioclimatic promotion of social housing, including new space will generate a freely accessible to residents who can enjoy exhibitions and outdoor workshops, among other activities.
"This proposal will increase a must-visit area Moratalla, such as the environment and its old castle, for establishing a playground for Strong synergy between art and landscape," said the managing director of IVS.
In this sense, is planning to build a public space with two floors and an architecture that facilitates social interaction and enjoyment of the landscape during the various activities undertaken.
The liberated area have space for the ride and enjoy the environment and green spaces Moratalla to introduce into that area of cultivated fields.
In turn, seeks to improve and solve the problem of access, providing a new environment to the former church of La Soledad, where they install modern concrete benches from which to contemplate the landscape
The school shop will be built on the street Luengo Bajo, with a single height, allowing the views and the necessary ventilation to the homes located across the street.
Furthermore, the IVS will promote three houses in which they combine active systems capture solar energy for hot water and sanitary with a system for reusing greywater, thanks to which the sewage collected and even the rain they fall into the square and go after it passes through a treatment plant for the complex exclusively for irrigation or filling of tanks, among other uses.
New homes also feature passive design criteria relating to the orientation (the fact that they make half-buried shelter take advantage of the terrain), materials (such as vegetation cover, reducing pollution and soundproofed) and ventilation which will make them a green and efficient homes.