Tag: arquitectura alemana

Dictators and the cinema | Jorge Gorostiza
15-02-2019 No Comments

Dictators and the cinema | Jorge Gorostiza

A few weeks ago at a dinner, a friend said that despite everything that interests us and likes the cinema, we should not forget that almost all dictators had also been very fond of the seventh art; She mentioned Hitler, Mussolini and Franco, I added Stalin, without remembering then the movie El círculo del poder. Directed by Andréi Mijalkov Konchalovski […]

Francis Kéré. Primary elements
11-10-2018 No Comments

Francis Kéré. Primary elements

  “Francis Kéré has developed innovative strategies that combine traditional construction materials and methods with modern engineering techniques, and since he founded Kéré Architecture in 2005, his work has gained great recognition, with awards such as the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture, the BSI Swiss Architectural Award, the Marcus Prize, Global Holcim Gold Award, and the Schelling Architecture Award.” Francis […]

Palacio de la república de Berlín. Un patrimonio imposible | Jelena Prokopljević
15-05-2017 No Comments

Palacio de la república de Berlín. Un patrimonio imposible | Jelena Prokopljević

La construcción del Palacio de la Republica en Berlín oriental empezó unos 23 años antes de su construcción real. Empezó el 7 de septiembre de 1950 cuando Walter Ulbricht, el nuevo secretario general de la SED (Partido Socialista Unificado de Alemania) firmó la orden de dinamitar el Stadtschloss, el Palacio Real y símbolo de poder del imperio prusiano. La destrucción se justificó […]

Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe. Una biografía crítica
31-01-2017 No Comments

Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe. Una biografía crítica

This book is a reproduction and extension of the ‘critical biography’ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s published by Franz Schulze in 1985 (and translated into the Spanish in 1986), that was the first complete study of this teacher of the modern architecture. With the incorporation as co-author of Edward Windhorst, this second edition, totally checked, presents new investigations and rests […]

The Barcelona Pavilion by Grain, " of fluke? | Rodrigo Almonacid
23-01-2017 No Comments

The Barcelona Pavilion by Grain, ” of fluke? | Rodrigo Almonacid

We might think, at least for a moment, that the Pavilion of Germany in Barcelona of Grain finished so well “of fluke”? Last Wednesday, the 4th of May, 2016 José Ramón Hernández Correa was throwing the following affirmation in his agitator post of Facebook: “To Mies van der Rohe the Pavilion of Barcelona went out for him well of fluke.” […]

Of the architecture without ideology? | Pedro Hernández
05-12-2016 No Comments

Of the architecture without ideology? | Pedro Hernández

In 2011, Vicente Serrano publishes the book Spinoza’s wound, where it approaches, from the philosophy, the topic of the happiness. In the chapter v –Biopoder without ideologies– it exposes and analyzes how, actually, any way of being able tends to control, to order and articulate any thing that falls down under his influence. It is Highland what, using Nietzche’s words, […]

The worker and the light | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
28-11-2016 2 Comments

The worker and the light | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

At the beginning of 1923 and for order by Walter Gropius, Edmund Lill it realized a photographic article of the factory of molds for shoes Fagus in Alfeld a. d. Leine (Germany) constructed between 1911 and 1913. As Annemarie Jaeggi explains in his book Fagus. Industriekultur zwischen Werkbund und Bauhaus (Jovis Berlin, 1998), treats itself about the second occasion in […]

Another education of Vienna | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
18-07-2016 30 Comments

Another education of Vienna | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

It is possible to be interesting after that an international meeting was celebrated last week in our Faculty of Architecture of the Investigation in Architecture to speak about the House Wittgenstein, which there constructed in 1929, together with his great friend and architect Paul Engelmann (1891-1965), in Vienna, Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951), one of the most relevant philosophers of the century […]

Again the education | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
20-06-2016 No Comments

Again the education | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

Jesús Tenreiro (1936-2007), dijo una vez en mi presencia (y si mal no recuerdo en la del colega profesor Américo Faillace) que una de las cosas que más importaba en la docencia de nuestra disciplina era crear un ambiente donde la preocupación por la arquitectura, su presencia en ejemplos concretos, el debate sobre ella y sobre muchos otros aspectos de […]

The modern architecture | Fernando Freire Forga
06-05-2016 No Comments

The modern architecture | Fernando Freire Forga

The works developed by philosophers and thinkers, from ends of the 18th century have been determining what today we know as Modern Age and his derivations. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) is considered to be the most influential thinker of the modern Europe, thanks to him works are had as “Critique of the Judgment” (1790) that form a part of the conception […]

Kahn (A homage) | Sergio de Miguel
18-03-2016 30 Comments

Kahn (A homage) | Sergio de Miguel

The architect Louis I. Kahn (1901-1974) is born in Estonia but is carried in his first years of life to the United States where after a brilliant period of artistic restlessness studies architecture in the University of Pennsylvania, learning the precepts of the “Beux-Arts” of his teacher Paul Cret. It had no  if the bad or the good luck to […]

Do you know Louis Kahn's work? | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
08-02-2016 One Comment

Do you know Louis Kahn’s work? | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

I know that the facts will be revealing the immense lie through that we live here. And without stopping being alert I insist on going beyond her. I take so again, the topic of my visit to the Bauhaus Universität in Weimar, Germany, remembering on what already I commented it brings over of my desire to explain of what way […]

Albi's lasting testimony | Oscar Tenreiro Degwitz
02-11-2015 No Comments

Albi’s lasting testimony | Oscar Tenreiro Degwitz

Whenever it saw the drawings of Louis I. Kahn (1901-1974) the great architect Estonian – American, were called me always the attention those of Albi’s Cathedral, with his buttresses planned with ascending spirals. They were indicating all the interest it put Kahn in this building of the 13th century, interest that I see now expressed in words, on me having […]

The errant parish | Michael Ángel Díaz Camacho
17-08-2015 No Comments

The errant parish | Michael Ángel Díaz Camacho

The camp demands opened field, contingency and movement. His fragility, lightness and horizontal condition, has spread out of analogous form so much in the military campaign as the vacation accession, both in the emergency and in the fair or the circus. The camp fascinates for his capacity of nomadism and his ephemeral vocation of alteration of the landscape: it fascinates […]

Dreyer and Häring | Jorge Gorostiza
17-04-2015 No Comments

Dreyer and Häring | Jorge Gorostiza

In 1924 Michael, had the premiere, directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer, who at the time still was not him prestigious filmmaker recognized in the whole world; only he had been the person in charge of five movies in his country and for this one it had been contracted by one of the most important producers of Europe, the German UFA. The creator […]

New Generations 2014: Futurology
24-10-2014 No Comments

New Generations 2014: Futurology

The New GenerationsFestival 2014: Futurology, will take place in Florence (Palazzina Reale, Holy Maria Novella – Piazza Stazione forms a corner with route Valfonda) on the 28th, November 29 and 30, 2014. This time organized by ‘ Cultural New Generations Association ‘ together with the Architects’ Order of Florencia and the Architects’ Foundation of Florencia, they will contribute the results […]

Mies Van Der Rohe´s work
24-07-2014 No Comments

Mies Van Der Rohe´s work

Documentary video of the architect Mies Van der Rohe and his works of close conditions.

German pavilion. Juan Millares
01-05-2014 One Comment

German pavilion. Juan Millares

Documental en blanco y negro de 14 minutos que cuenta la inauguración del pabellón de Alemania en la Exposición Universal de Barcelona de 1929. En 1929 los Reyes de España inauguraron uno de los más relevantes edificios del siglo XX, el Pabellón de Alemania en la exposición Universal de Barcelona, del arquitecto Mies van der Rohe. Muchos años después el […]

Spaces to learn. Architecture and Teaching (III) | Raquel Martínez - Alberto Ruiz
18-04-2014 No Comments

Spaces to learn. Architecture and Teaching (III) | Raquel Martínez – Alberto Ruiz

New educational spaces to the heat of the modern movement and the new pedagogic expositions The irruption of the modern movement in the architectural European panorama produced the first examples of school typology really evolved. The certain thing is that the building of social court was in few occasions a central topic of the modern, great movement more centred on […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (II) | epR
28-02-2014 No Comments

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (II) | epR

The migratory architect He was the man of the short phrases. Less it is more, God is in the details. Prussian, straight, tenacious. His houses of brick and his German Pavilion were not sufficient to save it from the beast that was devastating Germany. It was not also enough to him to emigrate with his itinerant Bauhaus of Weimar to […]

Eight recommendations to the architects for Walter Gropius | Fernando Freire Forga
15-07-2013 One Comment

Eight recommendations to the architects for Walter Gropius | Fernando Freire Forga

During his visit to Peru, in 1953, Walter Gropius realized eight recommendations to the architects. “Walter Gropius was entertained by a cocktail in the Architects’ Company that constituted simultaneously an institutional success. Don Rafael Marquina, on having delivered the diploma that he it accredits as honorary partner to him, said that his presence in the bosom of the Company was constituting […]

Hans Scharoun [Caja de Arquitectos Foundation ]
05-03-2013 No Comments

Hans Scharoun [Caja de Arquitectos Foundation ]

Hans Scharoun (1893-1972), the German architect known for Schminke (1932-1933) designed the Philharmonic one of Berlin (1956-1963) and the house in Löbau, constructed public inspector to the bases of the Funcionalismo. But his work was difficultly classifiable. On having finished the First World war, to which it enlisted as volunteer, interrupting his studies of Architecture, it was established as architect in […]

100 years of architecture and design in Germany
20-02-2013 One Comment

100 years of architecture and design in Germany

The exhibition 100 Years of Architecture and Design in Germany is organized by the Museum of Architecture of the Technical University of Munich and the IFA, Intituto de Relacións Internacionais, Stuttgart. It was concebida to commemorate the centenary of the Deustscher Werkbund, the mythical German League of Workshops founded in 1907 by 12 artists and architects, together with 12 factories […]

Little Big Berlin
05-12-2012 No Comments

Little Big Berlin

I dedicate this film to Berlin where I have been living for 19 years now. While the architecture of Berlin is stunningly beautiful, only its inhabitants make Berlin the unique city that it is. In every corner there is something new to discover. And the best thing to do is to film it. Filmed with my beloved Sony HC9. Edited […]

Inhabit the night: Hans Scharoun and the house unifamiliar like vehicle of exploration
20-12-2010 42 Comments

Inhabit the night: Hans Scharoun and the house unifamiliar like vehicle of exploration

Inhabit the night : Hans Scharoun and the house unifamiliar like vehicle of exploration proyectual in the years of the Third Reich. Thesis of Rafael Guridi García.Emilio Tuñon. The presence and importance of the context has come constituting a constant debate in the contemporary architectural historiography. Relegado To a limited series of precise data of game by the most Orthodox […]