Tag: arquitectura sueca

La inocencia perdida | bRijUNi
18-09-2020 No Comments

La inocencia perdida | bRijUNi

Dejábamos atrás la Suecia de los años 50 y el análisis casi con microscopio de su cambiante espacio urbano en los alrededores de Estocolmo y en algunas de sus new towns mientras unos niños se bañaban en las fuentes de Vällingby y otros, no muy lejos de allí, jugaban al sol en lo que parece un entorno tranquilo y protegido, […]

Sigurd Lewerentz. 44 photographs of the trip in Italy
03-09-2019 No Comments

Sigurd Lewerentz. 44 photographs of the trip in Italy

On September 16, the exhibition “Sigurd Lewerentz. 44 photographs of the trip in Italy” is inaugurated at the School of Art and Superior of Design in Olot, which is part of the cycle The Album of the architect, and which has previously been exhibited at the headquarters of Girona and Figueres of the College of Architects of Catalonia. The sample […]

Domesticating the mountain | Íñigo García Odiaga
15-12-2014 4 Comments

Domesticating the mountain | Íñigo García Odiaga

The autumn is maybe the epoch of the year the most related to the mountain, before the winter when it begins the intense cold and the forests show an unsurpassable image. A type of architecture that is tied intimately to this activity, that of the refuge of mountain. The architects who investigated the minimal working housing, and the solutions standardized […]

Objet trouvé [03] : Jørn Utzon and Elineberg's towers - landscapes | Rodrigo Almonacid
27-10-2014 No Comments

Objet trouvé [03] : Jørn Utzon and Elineberg’s towers – landscapes | Rodrigo Almonacid

In Elineberg, Jørn Utzon had occasion to open an organic architecture solved with admirable simplicity and without resorting to formulae of residential buildings in height already known. The idea of repetition, inherent in a block of multiple floors (since the case is this), is finely altered by the Danish architect to give him a fullly human sense linked with the […]

Pointes Magazine [n08]
07-10-2014 No Comments

Pointes Magazine [n08]

The number eight of the magazine of art and architecture POINTEs, edited in Madrid. Pointes is a publication of art and architecture realized by students of different artistic branches, which tries to re-intensify the debate and to go TOWARDS A CRITICAL SPIRIT, as well as the investigation of the references mas important of the XXth century. It is as well […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (VII) | epR
01-08-2014 No Comments

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

Gunnar Asplund and his nemesis. Fights of roosters Gunnar was the hinge between the chill Swedish classicism and the winds that were blowing of the south. A refined and visionary teacher. In 1915, while Europe was drained, he conceived the most beautiful contemporary cemetery. But Gunnar was not alone. To his side there was a muffled shade, it avoids even […]

Otras puertas | Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho
21-04-2014 2 Comments

Otras puertas | Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho

The door that Alicia finds in the burrow of the rabbit is, actually, a window. In spite of his appearance of door, his minuscule size turns her into only a crack practised in the wall from where being able to look at the most wonderful garden of the world1, this fascinating place that one hides after the walls and to […]

Drawing of 3 copies Small Architecture Now!
01-04-2014 31 Comments

Drawing of 3 copies Small Architecture Now!

From veredes, and thanks to the publishing house Taschen, we want to be grateful for his loyalty to our readers with the drawing of 3 Small Architecture’s copies Now!. How to gain a copy? To take part in the drawing simply you will have to leave a comment at the end of the post, and the winners will be chosen […]

Small Architecture Now!
27-03-2014 One Comment

Small Architecture Now!

Saving space. Big ideas for small buildings. Over the years, talented architects have occasionally indulged themselves with the challenge of designing small but perfectly formed buildings. Today, with reduced budgets, many architects have turned in a more focused way to creating works that may be diminutive in their dimensions, but are definitely big when it comes to trendsetting ideas. Whether […]

The penalty of Jørn Utzon | Borja Lopez Cotelo
03-03-2014 One Comment

The penalty of Jørn Utzon | Borja Lopez Cotelo

The night of June 20, 1976 it was falling a thin rain on Belgrade. Antonín walked his skinny figure for forty meters that separate the midfield of the penalty spot, placed the ball and moved back to take run. It raised the head. Before him, this Sepp Maier’s bony and fierce face; maybe then he remembered Zdeněk Hruška, that companion […]

Asplund … and Göteborg's tapestry | Rodrigo Almonacid
28-06-2013 No Comments

Asplund … and Göteborg’s tapestry | Rodrigo Almonacid

On having finished the project for the extension of Göteborg’s Town hall (Sweden, 1935-37), E. G. Asplund signed his work. It was not alone a question of signing the planes, not. He signed literally his work. To make it today might to us look like an exercise of self-praise, but I believe that to do it as it was done […]