Tag: arquitectura uruguaya

Tradition and Innovation A documentary about Engineer Eladio Dieste
21-11-2019 No Comments

Tradition and Innovation A documentary about Engineer Eladio Dieste

Dieste’s work takes the brick and brings it to its maximum lightness in the creation of curved surfaces from a new technology, which he called reinforced ceramics: domed constructions made with brick, steel reinforcement and a minimum of concrete. “The brick is economical in its production and has offered its own constructive logic for millennia. Throughout history, the Romans had […]

The modern architecture in Latin America
31-03-2016 No Comments

The modern architecture in Latin America

This book turns on the modern architecture that was constructed in Latin America between the decades of 1930 and 1970, and on the thought that sustained her. For it a tour offers for 18 indisputable figures of the architectural Latin-American panorama, which in addition share the narrow relation that they established between his work and his ideology. It is a […]

Revista 1:100 Nº 42
01-05-2013 No Comments

Revista 1:100 Nº 42

It was passing the year 2007 when we were summoned by the first time to organize a sample of Latin-American architecture in the International Biennial show in Buenos Aires. For us, still students in formation, it was meaning an unsurpassable opportunity to announce our publishing emprendimiento and our vision of the architecture. We knew several professionals in the exhibition and […]

Heritage. Building of the Faculty of Engineering and Attached Sciences | Julio Vilamajó
20-11-2009 No Comments

Heritage. Building of the Faculty of Engineering and Attached Sciences | Julio Vilamajó

 The project arises in a stage in which the national incursions in the ” modern architecture ” have given already his first fruits. If one has to find a modal this of the work they might be the headquarters of the ” modern movement “: the building of the Bauhaus in Dessau of 1926, with similar image inside the same […]