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Lodosa

Lodosa
La localidad navarra de Lodosa contó con tres barrios de cuevas artificiales habitadas que comenzaron a excavarse a principios del Siglo XIX y en los que llegaron a vivir cerca de un centenar y medio de familias, hasta la década de los años sesenta del pasado siglo. Este tipo de arquitectura subterránea sana, económica y ecológica, practicada por el hombre desde el neolítico a lo largo de todas las épocas históricas y en todos los continentes, mantiene su vigencia en la actualidad.

The town of Lodosa, Navarra, had three different neighbourhoods of artificially dug caves occupied by people. The first caves were created at the beginning of the 19th century and around 150 families lived there until the 1960s, in the last century. This type of underground architecture, which appeared for the first time during the Neolithic period, is healthy, inexpensive and eco-friendly, and it has been used by human beings throughout history and all around the globe ever since, even at present.
UntitledPiezas cerámicas moldeadas con arcilla procedente de China, Transnistria y Navarra. 5 x 5 x 10 cm (aprox.) 2013.
Ceramic pieces molded with clay from China, Transnistria and Navarre. 5 x 5 x 10 cm (approx.) 2013.

catalogo-puertas-abiertas-amaia-molinetLadrillos de adobe construidos con arcilla y paja procedente de la ribera del Ebro a su paso por Navarra. 2015.
Adobe bricks built with straw and clay from the banks of the Ebro river in Navarre. 2015.

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