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The solitary dancer | arquitectamoslocos?
31-01-2020 No Comments

The solitary dancer | arquitectamoslocos?

Another day my colleague and virtual friend Javier Ibarrola hung on Facebook this magnificent photo: He is the painter Piet Mondrian with his picture Broadway Boogie Woogie. It looked like to me a fascinating photo and I commented on it with entusasmo. (Enthusiasm that still, and it gives me his force to attack this entry). I believe that the photo forms plastically an entire […]

Analogies of total art | Marcelo Gardinetti
03-08-2018 No Comments

Analogies of total art | Marcelo Gardinetti

“There is an old time consciousness, and there is a new one. The first attends to individualism. The new tends toward the universal”. Manifiesto De Stijl, 1918 The compositional similarities between the pictorial work Tableau I by Piet Mondrian in 1920 and the design of the street elevation of the De Unie café by J.J.P. Oud of 1924, respond to […]

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 […]