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Online contest of solutions for the revitalization of the areas part of the Retina Project

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Galati is a partner in the Retina Project, which is a South East Europe Interreg project, focusing on the rejuvenation of traditional industrial zones and brownfields and seeking for innovative and sustainable solutions for an upgrade and redesign of these areas, financed under Operational Programme of Cooperation Transnational South - Eastern Europe, a project that is in its third year of implementation.
Galati has set the pilot- area: Tirighina, a former location of depositing municipal waste, whose closing was completed at the end of 2011, in accordance with the EU environmental standards, through the ISPA program.
The project currently operates an online graphic design competition consisting in creating a 3D models representing a solution to revitalize the selected areas by the partners. The model will be made in Corel Draw 3D, based on photos and locations available on site presentations contest at http://retina-3d-contest.eu, section Retina partners.
The competition is open to persons of the EU over 18 years old, students or Architecture or Plastic Arts graduates and designers with experience in the field.
Participants will send e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it /projects, specifying "For the graphic contest", no later than March 10, 2012.

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