‘Waste Architecture Platform’ is a complex project
conceived as container of initiatives devoted to
environmental architecture in connection with
interventions concerning the collection, disposal
and management of waste


The WA Sessions lasted 2 days and included 20 presentations organised in 8 oral sessions followed by opportunities for discussion and debate. Each session was chaired and moderated by an expert in the field.
The programme included 2 thematic workshops. Israel Alba, architect, researcher and associate professor at Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca chaired a workshop entitled ‘Environmental education – Creating social value from waste management through architecture’. For more details please click here.
On wednesday afternoon the workshop ‘Architecture of Waste’ was coordinated by Hanif Kara, Professor in Practice of Architectural Technology at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, with the collaboration of Leire Asensio Villoria, lecturer in Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and Elisabet Hoglund, Tyréns.
The WA sessions programme is available for download.