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RehabiMed Association

RehabiMed Association is an initiative that represents the ongoing experience of partnership between institutions and organizations in over 40 Euro-Mediterranean countries. It brings together a network of experts consolidated by continuing joint work between countries in the north and south of the Mediterranean, which extends its experience and knowledge to other regions of the world.

Today, there are over 400 members of RehabiMed Association: universities, government agencies, non-governmental organizations and above all individual experts in different fields of rehabilitation and urban regeneration or professionals who are interested in entering the sector. All specialize in the rehabilitation and restoration of heritage and the revitalization of historic centres.

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The Digital Photography Competition “CROSSING VIEWPOINTS. INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE “in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean begins. Competition runs until 15 November 2015!

RehabiMed is organizing the 5th edition of Digital Photography Competition CROSSING VIEWPOINTS, dedicated this time to INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE. The European Year of Industrial and Technical Heritage 2015, the Regional Office for Culture in Latin America and the Caribbean, UNESCO Havana and DoCoMoMo Internacional collaborate in this contest. The contest is organized through Instagram and consists […]


RehabiMed supports the European Award for Architectural Heritage intervention AADIPA

The European Award for Architectural Heritage intervention AADIPA is a biennial contest organized with the support of COAC (Official Association of Architects of Catalonia) and AADIPA (Association of Architects for the Defence and Intervention in Architectural Heritage), the purpose of which is to distinguish heritage good practices and contribute to their disclosure. The call is […]

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RehabiMed at the Historic Cities and Urban Regeneration Conference. 23-25/03/2015. Bahrain

RehabiMed Method and the experience of urban regeneration in Barcelona will be presented to the Conference of UNESCO in Bahrein. It will be presented by Xavier Casanovas, President of RehabiMed. Programme Arab Programme Draft Recommendations. Bahrain, 25 March 2015 


RehabiMed at the 1st CONFERENCE on TRADICIONAL ARCHITECTURE: PROTECTION STRATEGIES. 11, 12 and 13/03/2015, Madrid

This conference is organized as a means to publicise the Traditional Architecture Plan and the protection strategies being implemented by various collectives in recent years to safeguard traditional architecture. Xavier Casanovas, president of RehabiMed, and Oriol Cusidó, RehabiMed board member for Territory, Landscape and City, will be taking part with talks about the RehabiMed Method […]


RehabiMed participates in the MUPP-MUD CITY DEBATES 2015. 4-6/03/2015, Beirut

MUPP-MUD CITY DEBATES 2015: Other Gentrifications: Urban Change beyond the Core Architecture Lecture Hall (Architecture Building) In the 2015 edition of City Debates, we are planning to explore the processes of urban change associated with gentrification. The debates are set within the international field of gentrification research, focusing on urban contexts facing issues of (post-)conflict and […]


The Ordinary General Assembly of the RehabiMed Association. 18 of December 2014

The Ordinary General Assembly of the RehabiMed Association will take place on Thursday 18 of December 2014. All Association members are invited to attend this Act. General Assembly Place: Head office of RehabiMed in Barcelona – Gregorio Marañón, 50 Date and Time: Thursday 18th of December 2014 at 18:30 p.m. Agenda: 1. President’s report. Activities […]

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RehabiMed collaborates with the GUINEA HERITAGE 2020 project to organize workshops and educational dossiers for kids

Workshops about the palaver hut will be held in the first fortnight of November in Bata and Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, with the presentation of educational dossiers published in Spanish, English and French. These activities aim to promote the study, dissemination and awareness of traditional architecture in Equatorial Guinea.   The GUINEA HERITAGE 2020 project Poster […]

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Close of the Her4Dev project

After two and a half years of work, August 2014 saw the close of the Her4Dev (Heritage for Development) project or “Investing in people to protect and manage historic centres”. The project was funded by the EU in the framework of the ENPI programme and was led by the Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation in […]