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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 […]

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 […]

Spaces to learn. Architecture and Teaching (IV) | Raquel Martínez - Alberto Ruiz
18-04-2014 2 Comments

Spaces to learn. Architecture and Teaching (IV) | Raquel Martínez – Alberto Ruiz

The impact of the social sciences in the educational spaces after the Second World war The efforts of reconstruction of the years later to the Second World war, they had one of his big challenges in the endowment of social and community services of the countries most affected by the conflict. In certain way, the need to begin of zero […]

What exists between the street and the house | José Valladares
02-02-2012 2 Comments

What exists between the street and the house | José Valladares

Having walked along Amsterdam is difficult not to think that the city informs seems to have been constructed in agreement to an agreement between the public thing and the private thing. A generous and responsible agreement that he benefits to both: the great wealth of the public space of the city is guaranteed by the appropriation that of does the […]