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The continuous movement | Sergio de Miguel
16-10-2015 41 Comments

The continuous movement | Sergio de Miguel

The research of the myth of the continuous movement, represented with insistence through the secular design of the machine of the “perpetual mobile”, the machine that could realise work of uninterruptible form (perpetuum mobile) without need of energetic contribution of the outside, results so happy like conmovedora. Numerous artifacts have been proposed along the history. All they really inventive. Free […]

Modern architecture without modern movement | Aldo G. Facho Dede
29-09-2014 No Comments

Modern architecture without modern movement | Aldo G. Facho Dede

Modern architecture without modern movement. The case of Peru. Talking with the architect Ricardo Cárdenas I gave form to the concept of which in Peru the Modern Architecture developed without Modern Movement. This sounds of the first reading less incoherent, how is it possible to detach the architecture of the movement that gives him sustenance?, in the lines that later […]

100 years of architecture and design in Germany
20-02-2013 One Comment

100 years of architecture and design in Germany

The exhibition 100 Years of Architecture and Design in Germany is organized by the Museum of Architecture of the Technical University of Munich and the IFA, Intituto de Relacións Internacionais, Stuttgart. It was concebida to commemorate the centenary of the Deustscher Werkbund, the mythical German League of Workshops founded in 1907 by 12 artists and architects, together with 12 factories […]