Students at the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture presented their proposals this weekend at the close of the XXIII edition of the Vertical Workshop. The installation "Llum sobre el Raval" was promoted with the first prize of the jury, made up of the architects Ricardo Flores and Kathrin Golda-Pongratz and by the sculptor and photographer Javier Viver.
The installation takes as a central element the light, symbolically represented by some steel tensioners that, as beams of light, penetrate the interior of the temple through a new stained glass window on the top floor. That light ends on the floor of the cental ship and reflects, also in a symbolic way, the urban plot of the Raval neighborhood.
The students of the winning team led by Eduardo and Álex are the following: