Tag: arquitectura holandesa

Silla Thonet número 14 | Borja López Cotelo
18-10-2019 No Comments

Silla Thonet número 14 | Borja López Cotelo

The chair number 14 emerged from the factory of Michael Thonet in 1859. He did not receive a name, he simply identified with the number 14 according to practical criteria. This fact largely summarizes the revolutionary philosophy that Thonet introduced in the production of furniture. In the mid-nineteenth century the furniture was manufactured by hand. Skilled workers and patients were […]

Red and blue chair. Gerrit T. Rietveld | Borja López Cotelo
20-09-2019 No Comments

Red and blue chair. Gerrit T. Rietveld | Borja López Cotelo

In 1917 the cartography of the new Europe was drawn to the rhythm of the Allied cannons. Gerrit T. Rietveld, busy in the daily work of his furniture workshop in Utrech, remained oblivious to this reality. He preferred to draw the plans of a new chair. Gerrit T. Rietveld had worked in his father’s workshop since 1900. At twelve he […]

A universe, a house | Marcelo Gardinetti
29-04-2019 No Comments

A universe, a house | Marcelo Gardinetti

How should a house on the mountainside be for a family with a person confined to a wheelchair? The client himself had the answer: “Contrary to what you would expect, I do not want a simple house. I want a complex house because the house will define my world”.1 The land where the house is located is located in the […]

Interview with Marina Otero Verzier, woman architect
15-06-2018 No Comments

Interview with Marina Otero Verzier, woman architect

“A society grows and progresses when the elders plant trees knowing that they will never sit in its shade”. Freespace Manifiest On May 25, the XVI Venice Architecture Biennale was inaugurated and will remain open until November 25 with the Irish commissioners Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara as the most responsible and that takes place in the venues of Giardini […]

The diagram as reflection tactic | Marcelo Gardinetti
09-10-2017 No Comments

The diagram as reflection tactic | Marcelo Gardinetti

I understand diagrams in architecture and graphic elements that describe some undetermined way. They do not represent an object per se, but a strategy that allows order flow relationships in the design process. Therefore, we can say that the thought diagrammatically architecture builds relationships paths abstraction of a representation which is extracted figurative. Greg Lynn said that “the architects produced drawings of buildings and […]

Koolhaas's intellectual ardor | Marcelo Gardinetti
29-08-2016 No Comments

Koolhaas’s intellectual ardor | Marcelo Gardinetti

The distinctive feature of the thought of Rem Koolhaas comes from his conviction to proclaim the polyfunctionality of the architectural fact, a declaration that dogmatizes by means of the distribution of the elements of the program in independent caps but that they assure between yes strategies of reciprocity. This operation is the corollary of a deep analysis of the program […]

Director´s Office of the Oud-Mathenesse Neighborhood | Marcelo Gardinetti
21-09-2015 No Comments

Director´s Office of the Oud-Mathenesse Neighborhood | Marcelo Gardinetti

When Johanes Jacobus Pieter Oud is nominated an architect of the city of Rotterdam in first 1918, one of his aims it was to plan an important quantity of urban interventions, promoting the construction of numerous neighborhoods with the aim to relieve the deficit of housings. The first intervention of the urban development plan that public does is the design […]

Indesem 87. Aldo van Eyck
02-06-2015 No Comments

Indesem 87. Aldo van Eyck

Lecture by Aldo van Eyck. International Design Seminar (Indesem) 1987. Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft. Aldo van Eyck (March 16, 1918 in Driebergen – on January 14, 1999 in Vecht’s Loenen aan) was a Dutch architect. He was a son of the poet Pieter Nicolaas van Eyck. Aldo van Eyck lived in London from 1919 until 1935, epoch in that […]

The municipal architect | José Ramón Hernández Correa
11-05-2015 2 Comments

The municipal architect | José Ramón Hernández Correa

If there is an architect tied to a city, and, furthermore, if there is an architect tied to the urban development development of a city, this it is Willem Marinus Dudok to Hilversum. Dudok was born in Ámsterdam in 1884, and at the age of sixteen it initiated his military career. It was destined for the colonies of Indonesia, and to […]

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 […]

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 […]

Conference by Zef Hemel
08-04-2014 No Comments

Conference by Zef Hemel

The Wiki City: Building buy-in at the planning stage. Zef HEMEL_Deputy’s conference Managing Director of the Urban Planning Department, City of Amsterdam.

Housing Design. A Manual
04-09-2013 No Comments

Housing Design. A Manual

Already I know that you will think many that to write today a manual for the design of housings is a company satiate complicated. Nevertheless Housing Design.  A Manual, he proposes an approximation tipológica complete but concise that summarizes good part of the knowledge of the discipline on the part of the architectural Dutch school. Precisely his publication in English […]

Netherlands · Rietveld-Schroeder House
08-07-2013 No Comments

Netherlands · Rietveld-Schroeder House

The house Rietveld Schröder (in Dutch: Rietveld Schröderhuis) (also known as the House Schröder) placed in Utrecht (Netherlands) was constructed in 1924 by the Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld in collaboration with Ms Truus Schröder-Schrader, who entrusted the project for what it was his residence, and that of his three children, up to his death in 1985. The principal requirement was […]

“A possible architecture”. Anne Holtrop
29-04-2013 No Comments

“A possible architecture”. Anne Holtrop

The Dutch architect Anne Holtrop informs guest in the FORUMS ESARQ 2013 with the qualified conference “A possible architecture”, in the one that will show an intuitive and imaginative architecture, which result lends to diverse interpretations on the part of the observer. A possible architecture. Anne Holtrop departs from forms or materials that often are foreign to the logic of […]

Stills
15-11-2011 No Comments

Stills

The Foundation of the Architects’ Official College of Madrid (COAM) will celebrate on Thursday, the 10th of November, close to the embassy of Holland, the seminar ‘ Drafts, Plans and Barcodes: The city in future time ‘. In addition, there will be inaugurated to retrospective exhibition ‘Stills’ of the Dutch study Wiel Arets Architects. The sample crosses in an exhaustive […]

Architects that they didn´t teach me in the school: Jacoba Mulder | Pedro Hernández
10-03-2011 68 Comments

Architects that they didn´t teach me in the school: Jacoba Mulder | Pedro Hernández

Arquitectas that did not teach me in the school: Jacoba Mulder “The idea [of the Playgrounds for Amsterdam] was of the arquitecta Jacoba Mulder, boss of the Department of Town planning. As Liane Lefaivre counts in the book Ground-up city play seize to design tool (2007), when Jacoba Mulder see from his window a girl playing in a corner of the […]