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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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Open Studios in Ciutat Vella, Barcelona

Tallers Oberts Ciutat Vella is an open-doors event where artists can present projects of interest, interacting with the visiting public and showing their studios and working dynamics. Taller de Restauració Ciutat Vella—Chroma SL was one of the studios that opened its doors to the public, organizing workshops for parents and for kids at the same […]

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Heritage for Development (Her4Dev) Team Meets in Jordan for the Inception of the Project

Representatives of RehabiMed Association/Spain, Cultural Technologies and As Salt Municipality in Jordan, Riwaq – Center for Architectural Conservation and Ramallah Municipality in Palestine, and Bethlehem Municipality and the Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation, the implementing agency of Her4Dev project met in Jordan to initiate the project and set up the action plan and guidelines for […]

Seleccio de fotografies 2011

Selection of photographs 2011

A young Palestinian photo-journalist, Mahmoud Illean, from Jerusalem is the winner of the 2011 edition of “Crossing viewpoints: Mediterranean cities as spaces of socialisation” International Photography Award organised by the EU-funded Euromed Heritage programme and the Rehabimed Association. The photo competition has once more highlighted the place that cultural heritage holds in Mediterranean contemporary societies, […]

Ibiza reflexiona sobre su Centro Historico

Eivissa reflects on the setting of its historic centre

Three months ago, the Government of the Balearic Islands passed an act on the rehabilitation and improvement of neighbourhoods, in keeping with steps taken five years ago by the Generalitat de Catalunya Catalan autonomous government. Coinciding with this decision, and with the aim of reflecting on intervention in the historic centre, on 16 and 17 […]

RehabiMed called in as consultant on the Protection Plan for Constantine

RehabiMed called in as consultant on the Protection Plan for Constantine, Algeria

The wilaya of Constantine, in Algeria, has requested the collaboration of RehabiMed to develop a rehabilitation strategy to revitalize the historic centre, currently in a poor state of repair. Collaboration began with a study conference on 23 and 24 May to discuss the methodology and techniques used. The professionals involved in the interventions (Badia Belabed […]

Pre-Saharian Morocco. Housing and heritage

Pre-Saharian Morocco. Housing and heritage

  Introducción Vivir en el ímite del sáhara El Atlas, frontera natural de dos Marruecos El sueño del Mediterraneo Los valles presaharianos El milagro del palmeral La vida en una acequia Habitat y patromonio El douar  de  Alta Montaña El Granero de Alta Montaña El Ksar Vida comunitaria en los oasis La Kasbah. Representación de […]

Bulletin RehabiMed

RehabiMed bulletin is a publication that serves as a means of communication for members of RehabiMed, with contents related to the rehabilitation of traditional architecture in the Mediterranean basin. LEGAL NOTICE|SUBSCRIBE|UNSUBSCRIBE|MODIFY DATA

International heritage show in Paris, 2010

The International heritage show in Paris has henceforth become an event in the agenda of European heritage that should not be missed. It is both a showcase for business excellence, places and heritage sites, as well as a preferred meeting place of both businesses and the public who are interested in heritage. In 15 years, […]