Tag: arquitectura brutalista

Diálogos con la arquitecta Ruth Verde Zein | Luis Alberto Monge Calvo
03-08-2020 No Comments

Diálogos con la arquitecta Ruth Verde Zein | Luis Alberto Monge Calvo

Brutalismo, Vilanova Artigas y el edificio de la FAU-USP. “El edificio de la FAU, como propuesta arquitectónica, defiende la tesis de la continuidad espacial, sus seis pisos están ligados por rampas suaves y amplias, en desniveles que intentan dar la sensación de un solo plano (…) Es una escuela de acabados simples, modestos como conviene en una escuela de arquitectos, […]

El tiempo del lobo | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
08-05-2020 No Comments

El tiempo del lobo | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

“Vivimos en un mundo crepuscular, pero tan brillante y poético que llega a confundirse con una nueva aurora. Sin embargo, la aceleración de las comunicaciones, las múltiples conexiones en red, la circulación incesante de personas, de mercancías y de información escapan a todo control”. Paul Virilio Existe en la mitología del norte de Europa un concepto denominado el tiempo del […]

Diálogos con el arquitecto Marcelo Ferraz. Acerca del Sesc de Pompeya y de Lina Bo Bardi | Luis Alberto Monge Calvo
27-04-2020 No Comments

Diálogos con el arquitecto Marcelo Ferraz. Acerca del Sesc de Pompeya y de Lina Bo Bardi | Luis Alberto Monge Calvo

Diálogos con el arquitecto Marcelo Ferraz. Acerca del Sesc de Pompeya y de Lina Bo Bardi.  “Correr riesgos, ser libre de frente a lo que la vida nos presenta, ante las decisiones y elecciones, con rigor y claridad de que se quiere lo mejor, así era trabajar con Lina.” Ferraz, 2017 El arquitecto Marcelo Carvalho Ferraz colaboró con la arquitecta Lina Bo […]

Robin Hood Gardens & Criteria for Mass Housing | bRijUNi
10-01-2020 No Comments

Robin Hood Gardens & Criteria for Mass Housing | bRijUNi

Allison y Peter Smithson construyeron para el Greater London Council entre 1966 y 1972 estos dos edificios de viviendas sociales situados hoy al borde de la pujante área de negocios de Canary Wharf, sólo separada por las vías del tren (que no es poco) pero sólo conectadas con los antiguos muelles por un paso inferior bajo las vías del tren. […]

Reyner Banham Loves Los Angeles 1972
05-12-2019 No Comments

Reyner Banham Loves Los Angeles 1972

El crítico de arquitectura Reyner Banham explora Los Ángeles en este documental de la BBC de 1972. Incluyendo un paseo por Tiny Naylors con Ed Ruscha y Mike Salisbury.  Es un documental encargado por la BBC en 1972 para popularizar su libro sobre la ciudad, lanzado un año antes. Reyner Banham hace una lectura de Los Angeles, en California, donde aparecen los […]

Fernando Moreno Barberá, architect
15-10-2019 No Comments

Fernando Moreno Barberá, architect

He was a Spanish architect of the Modern Movement, specifically of the third generation. After his training in Germany, he stood out especially for the profusion and quality of his teaching architecture, promoted by the Law on Secondary and Professional Education (1949), although like the vast majority of European architects he also dedicated a section of his production to the […]

Textura en la arquitectura socialista. La expresión local y personal | Jelena Prokopljević
07-10-2019 No Comments

Textura en la arquitectura socialista. La expresión local y personal | Jelena Prokopljević

La arquitectura socialista fue generalmente concebida y entendida bajo el pretexto de internacionalismo. Las estrechas relaciones políticas, la ayuda tecnológica y el trasvase de conocimiento entre los países se traducían en la obra construida a través de la similitud de respuestas formales y organizativas. Relacionada con la ideología de la masa popular como el protagonista de la historia, con la […]

Bunkerized architecture | Íñigo García Odiaga
31-05-2019 No Comments

Bunkerized architecture | Íñigo García Odiaga

Paul Virilio was born in 1932 and grew up in Nantes, where at the age of eight he witnessed the arrival of the Germans, and at eleven the destruction of the city under a shower of bombs from the allies. At the end of the war he discovered the sea at the same time as peace, since the coast due […]

Atlas of Brutalist Architecture
13-11-2018 No Comments

Atlas of Brutalist Architecture

Atlas of Brutalist Architecture is an amazing compendium that documents brutalist architecture as never before. This extraordinary study is the most exhaustive and varied research on brutalism and shows this style with existing, demolished, classic and contemporary examples from around the world. This remarkable volume is a fascinating and monumental chronicle of more than 850 brutalist buildings organized geographically in […]

Sausage Factory in Segovia | arquitectamoslocos?
10-04-2017 2 Comments

Sausage Factory in Segovia | arquitectamoslocos?

It does little I dedicated an entry of this blog to Curro Inza, and scarcely I mentioned his masterpiece. I did it voluntarily to be able to dedicate an entry to alone her, which deserves it. Campofrío treats itself about the Sausages Factory Postigo, El Acueducto, Campofrío… It has had many names, as they have gone selling or there being […]

Praise of the incorrectness | Michael Ángel Díaz Camacho
24-11-2014 No Comments

Praise of the incorrectness | Michael Ángel Díaz Camacho

The architecture lives placidly in the area of the orthodoxy, bendecida for the rules commonly accepted by the group, freely of mistakes or faults. The codes justify, the cánones legitimize. Though not always. The history has given us magnificent examples of architecture arisen from what Enrique Walker qualifies as “the ordinary thing” 1, that is to say, the daily thing, […]

Architectures: Convent of the Tourette by Le Corbusier
23-06-2014 No Comments

Architectures: Convent of the Tourette by Le Corbusier

Documentary of Channel Art of France on the convent of the Tourette designed by Le Corbusier in Lyons. This work, together with others, marks a point of inflexion in the career of the architect towards the brutalismo, leaving behind the architecture of white and pure planes that characterized his work up to the moment. In the design it relied on […]

The Smithsons on Housing
09-07-2013 No Comments

The Smithsons on Housing

Peter Smithson (Stockton-on-Tees 1923-2003) and Alison Smithson (Alison Gill) (Sheffield 1928-1993) were two architects and English town planners who were employed actively at the theoretical aspects of the architecture of the decades of the 50 and 60. They are considered to be co-founders of the brutalismo, and there formed a part of the Team 10, one group of architects that […]

The adequacy of the modern architecture to Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga
17-05-2013 No Comments

The adequacy of the modern architecture to Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga

The local customs. The customs and Peruvian traditions at all time will meet reflected in the projection of modern buildings. Customs that show a national reality, a way of living particular and different to the places where this modern architecture was in preparation, which will allow to provide, to the modern projects developed in Peru, with a local imminent identity. […]

Architect Clorindo Testa (1923-2013) | Martín Marcos
15-04-2013 2 Comments

Architect Clorindo Testa (1923-2013) | Martín Marcos

A creator between Apollo and Dionysus Though born in Naples, Italy and come to the Argentina at the age of five; Clorindo Testa was an overcoat a man of Buenos Aires. A flaneur porteño. Dazzling architect and brilliant artist was a product of an educated and passionate city, of there his principal qualities were nourished and extracted. Formed in the […]