Planet Home: Season 1
The Darwin project
Season 1, Episode 8 • Documentary, 16-Apr-2015
Renovating instead of demolishing: this sustainable approach seems logical, but it is still far from being obvious.
Everywhere in France, abandoned urban wastelands could be demolished in favour of new constructions which aren't always necessary.
In the Bastide neighbourhood in Bordeaux, abandoned buildings have been brought back to former glory. Now refurbished, they stand as an example of green renovation.
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