More than 80 buildings, renowned for their architecture, will be open to the public, free of charge, for the first edition of the Feast of the “Open Doors” in Palma on November 6 and 7.
Many activities were organized as part of the festival: conferences, guided tours on foot or by bike, a photography contest and special activities for children.
The ‘Open House’ festival is organized by the architect, Eduard Yuste and the cultural director, Daniel Gallego.
“The architecture, design and heritage of Palma go beyond the historic center of the city, it is in every district, “they said.” Some are not so well known, but they are also part of the architectural heritage of Palma. “
The city has been divided into four sections for the festival, here are some of the highlights:
Social housing in Carrer dels Blanquers, Ca n’Oleo, Estudi General Lul·lià, Palau del Consell de Mallorca and the air raid shelters at Passeig de Sagrera, its Porta des Camp and es Baluard de Sant Pere.
Palma Tennis Club, Balearic Oceanographic Center, Bellver Castle, Miró Mallorca Foundation Buildings, Araxa Hotel, Porto Pí Lighthouse and Plywood House.
Social housing on Carrer de Salvador Espriu, Carrer d’Ignasi Barraquer, Carrer de Josep Togores, Canódromo Park, Psychiatric Hospital, Son Espases Hospital and Asima Tower.
The Balearic Islands hostel, social housing on Carrer Brotad and Carrer Fornaris, its Cent Cases, Sa Petrolera and Palau de Congressos.
‘Open Doors’ is also looking for volunteers to carry out the visits, anyone interested should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The full agenda will be released on October 6.