Loulé Design Lab presents the “Infinity” exhibition, consisting of «objects thought out, designed and built with end-of-life materials by the team of designers e makers», which will be open to the public at the D. Dinis School, in Quarteira, from the 22nd to the 25th of November, with the inauguration scheduled for this Friday, the 19th, at 17:00.
This pilot project “is based on promoting more sustainable production and consumption, with an integrated waste recovery strategy having been developed – the resources used in the construction of the objects in this small exhibition were the result of waste management from a resource perspective,” he says. the organization.
The materials used to prepare the pieces presented in this exhibition were collected by the Inframoura team.
Loulé Design Lab hopes that this exhibition «awakens interest and sensitivity to the environment around us, contributing to the formation of conscientious and critical citizens, strengthening good environmental practices».
The objects developed will later be handed over to three Private Institutions of Social Solidarity, partners in the project, namely the Casa do Lar Ameixial, the António Aleixo Foundation and the Humanitarian Association of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Patients.
The exhibition, with free entry, will be in the school's atrium and can be visited between 10:00 and 12:00 and 15:00 to 18:00.