Tag: Adalberto Libera

Botas Ghirlanda → Malaparte → Godard → Cavani | Jorge Gorostiza
04-10-2019 No Comments

Botas Ghirlanda → Malaparte → Godard → Cavani | Jorge Gorostiza

Recently, surfing the net, I found the picture Gulf of Capri, which Juan Manuel Botas Ghirlanda painted in the first decade of the last century and whose reproduction attached on this text. It is curious that the pictures and almost everything, is now seen more on the screens than in reality, although the impression is not the same. When I […]

Madrid ’54. The Expo that was not | Alberto Ruiz
24-04-2017 No Comments

Madrid ’54. The Expo that was not | Alberto Ruiz

La capitalidad de la nación fue un asunto fundamental para el régimen de Franco. La duración sostenida del frente de Madrid desde los últimos días del año 1936 hasta el final de la guerra había provocado considerables daños materiales, especialmente en la zona oeste de la capital —Ciudad Universitaria, barrio de Moncloa, Gran Vía— cuya reparación se convirtió en asunto […]

The shipwreck | Sergio de Miguel
20-07-2015 43 Comments

The shipwreck | Sergio de Miguel

“L´Architecttura, in quanto arte, è fenomeno felice, rarissimo e personale.” Adalberto Libera 1. As it want to that we look seeing what others saw a lot before that we and that walk stepping the stepped of others, could not by less than sobresaltarme when contemplating the surprising figure, found by chance in a recóndita Mediterranean coast, of a wonderful sailboat […]

The conciliation of Liberates and Malaparte | Marcelo Gardinetti
12-06-2015 No Comments

The conciliation of Liberates and Malaparte | Marcelo Gardinetti

“What arranges here the house is the self-sufficiency that allows the sky and the land, the gods and the mortal ones to form the only unit with the things”.1 During the decade of 1930, in full process of consolidation of the modern movement, the transformation of the plastic quality of the object of a part of the architectural European production, […]

D'Onofrio House. Bianco+Córdova+Williams | Aldo G. Facho Dede
16-07-2012 One Comment

D’Onofrio House. Bianco+Córdova+Williams | Aldo G. Facho Dede

The house D’Onofrio, projected and constructed in 1949, is an important project to understand him evolution of the of Lima architecture. Not so publicized as the Wiracocha of Miró Quesada (1946), but with a sum of components of high architectural value and that sure came out in other projects. It was a mask of the magazine “The Peruvian Architect” in […]

Cuatro libros de arquitectura
05-01-2012 4 Comments

Cuatro libros de arquitectura

“The made well architecture is out of discussion, but it is very difficult”. With these words Francisco Cabrero was expressing his own rigor as architect, feature that defines all his work, all one of the most significant and innovative of last 60 years in Spain. The Cantabrian architect died in Madrid on February 26 to 92 years. Born in Santander, […]