Art | City: Tortosa, Spain | Designed by: Joan Bardy & Jean Orliac
The architects Joan Bardy and Jean Orliac chose the Kriskadecor chains to create “Baldaquí”, the ephemeral installation they presented at the A Cel Obert Festival and which won the jury prize.
The installation imitated a woven canopy with brilliant red anodized aluminium chains. The typology of these chains allows that, despite obtaining a quite dense result, it allows filtering the sun's rays and the prying and curious looks of the festival's visitors.
The place chosen to locate this facility was the Passatge Franquet, classified as a cultural asset of local interest, a unique space framed by an eclectic style building from 1877.
The A Cel Obert Festival was born with the purpose of rediscovering the courtyards of Tortosa and its heritage. In addition, it promotes the use of materials that are not harmful to the environment, such as aluminium, highly recyclable indefinitely.
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