REHOGAR is a collective exhibition and annual gathering about open design and reuse/upcycling as tools for social transformation.

Organized by Makea Tu Vida collective, REHOGAR pays particular attention to processes. Transformation processes that are made possible through techniques of reuse and open design methodologies, with the latter meaning design that grows and evolves because it can be improved upon by and with other people. The focus is not on the finished objects but on the idea of project as process, the most valuable result of which, in many cases, is the ability to bring about other processes.

The exhibition presents a selection of practices and tools that can influence the social transformation of daily life.

A selection of interdisciplinary experiences aims to serve as a map for exploring spaces, methods, resources and communities that provide evidence, reasons, attitudes, policies, practices, implications and effects to sustain the development of projects, which are collaborative, open source and focus on social and environmental responsibility and the optimization of resources.

REHOGAR is also a space for reflection, where questions about the relevance to evolve towards this kind of behaviours and ways to doing can be shared.

In parallel with the exhibition a series of activities will be held, with the aim of disseminating and exploring the theoretical framework; experiencing first-hand and putting into practice some of the exhibited solutions and ideas; and creating spaces for remixing and entertainment that favour the generation and strengthening of collaborative networks.

In its nine editions (2009-2017) REHOGAR has exhibited more than 450 national and international works, weaving a solid network of people, professionals and communities that activate processes of transformation in their surroundings from the respect to the environment.

Thus, REHOGAR has become a referece meeting in the state sphere on open source design and constructive solutions for Habitat, based on the reuse of materials and the use of resources.


Espai Zero de Fabra i Coats. Barcelona, Spain
From Septiembre 15th to October 29th, 2017


Design Museum of Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain
From November 10th to Desember 4th, 2016


Espai BioBui(l)t. Barcelona, Spain
From October 15th to October 30th, 2015


Botanical Garden of the University of Valencia. Valencia, Spain
From October 23rd, 2014 to January 11th, 2015


Botanical Garden of the University of Valencia. Valencia, Spain
From Septiembre 24th to November 24th, 2013


La Nau Cultural Centre of the University of Valencia. Valencia, Spain
From October 4th to October 30th, 2012


Acció Ecologista Agró. Valencia, Spain
From September 2oth to September 30th, 2011


Octubre Centre de Cultura Contemporània. Valencia, Spain
From September 27th to October 5th, 2010


Magaztems Wall&Video Gallery. Valencia, Spain
From September 24th to October 15th, 2010