Tag: dibujo

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (VIII) | epR
29-08-2014 No Comments

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

The dodo bird. Fehn and his drawings of line. Fragile, synthetic and cryptic. Drawings that are almost at all. Exiguous outlines in which it fits the entire world. Cosmogonophy of horizons and ships, of the Suns and lunas, always of men. Fehn and his architecture of elongated shades. The young person northern prodigy of Brussels, Venice and Hamar. Then, the […]

The Club of the Lost Paradise | Borja López Cotelo
01-08-2014 No Comments

The Club of the Lost Paradise | Borja López Cotelo

Dei Greci was walking slow along the street. It was Thursday, and in the calm atmosphere of these last hours of the day, Venice was looking like another city. I crossed the bridge, got lost for the multicolored Riva degli Schiavoni and sat down in the edge of a channel to seeing to spend the life, allowing that my legs […]

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 […]

Matter and Light. Josep Ferrando
21-07-2014 No Comments

Matter and Light. Josep Ferrando

“MATTER AND LIGHT” from July 12 to August 21. With the inauguration this July of the sample “Matter and Light” in the prestigious Gallery Aedes of Berlin, Josep Ferrando is consolidated as one of the young architects by major international projection of our country. Josep Covering, one of the young architects with more international projection of the moment, he has been […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (VI) | epR
03-07-2014 No Comments

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

Bird marinades They all resemble Jørn Utzon as a high man. But actually it it was not. Utzon seemed to be extraodinary because it lived on a platform, as that it had seen in Mexico or in Japan in his youth; and from her it looked behind and forward. It recognized oriental temples and Mayan constructions; he remembered the models […]

Fanfunzine Fair
18-06-2014 No Comments

Fanfunzine Fair

Rarely the autoedition travels. We have brought it in the suitcases. Because we like the papers grapados, the photos, the texts, which one speaks and what is thought. And because we believe that the independent production needs to be fed, and we want to feed him. They have invited us to the holiday and we invite ours you also. The […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (V) | epR
30-05-2014 No Comments

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

The cuckold Born in the chill Baltic one and with the slightly bad face of smallpox, his history could have been sad as that of that Akákievich from Gógol. But Kahn decided to live through two lives. Two simultaneous lives, with two women, with two families. As the pretty bird, it overflew other skies to look for other nests. Two […]

City and drawing · Summer workshop 2013
20-05-2014 2 Comments

City and drawing · Summer workshop 2013

The summer workshop City and drawing proposes a reflection brings over from the possibilities of the drawing to hand lifted as instrument of urban analysis and of communication of ideas. Throughout three days (June 25, 26 and 27) the architects Antonio Amado Lorenzo, Santiago de Molina Rodríguez, Borja Lopez Cotelo and the illustrator David Pintor will offer five presentations centred […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (IV) | epR
28-04-2014 No Comments

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

Franky the Kid Frank grew in a farm of Wisconsin. It was before working with L. H. Sullivan in Chicago. Maybe the city seemed to the farmer to be too artificial and decided then to dismember the architecture, to preface the housings in extraodinary projecting beyond his walls and to dilute them in the nature. It was called them Prairie […]

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 […]

He gives shape to things to come | Jorge Gorostiza
05-04-2014 No Comments

He gives shape to things to come | Jorge Gorostiza

Enough months ago I published in this blog an advertisement of Kodak in the one that was speaking himself on the architect and the cinema. Now I have found other one, this time on the art director and his cinematographic work, in a number of the magazine International Projectionist of the year 1950. The text is the following one: “He […]

Influences in Aldo Rossi's drawing: killing the father | Borja López Cotelo
04-04-2014 One Comment

Influences in Aldo Rossi’s drawing: killing the father | Borja López Cotelo

Often the time dilutes the certainty. Aldo Rossi emerged in the second half of the 20th century as the man called to illuminate a generation in the shade of the modernity. Precocious iconoclast in his revisionist offer of the contemporary urbanism, many they were thinking about seeing in his theory the way to continuing in the definition of a new […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (III) | epR
28-03-2014 No Comments

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

The night bird Many Alvar Aalto’s things have been said. That was racionalist, that was organicista, that fought for the independence of Finland in 1917. That he liked the wine, the night and the young women. Maybe they all are true. It would explain Viipuri, Paimio, the Mairea, Otaniemi, Säynätsalo, his circles and his two marriages. Always I remember that […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (II) | epR
28-02-2014 No Comments

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

The migratory architect He was the man of the short phrases. Less it is more, God is in the details. Prussian, straight, tenacious. His houses of brick and his German Pavilion were not sufficient to save it from the beast that was devastating Germany. It was not also enough to him to emigrate with his itinerant Bauhaus of Weimar to […]

Aristide Antonas | Pedro Hernández
10-02-2014 No Comments

Aristide Antonas | Pedro Hernández

Though Aristide Antonas (@antonas) has web, of this own of an architect, that they gather his writings, his projects and similar; and though this one due published, so much in paper as for Internet; I have to say that I did not know it for these means, but across his Flickr’s account, a long before the same web was in my […]

Le Corbusier. An atlas of modern landscapes
06-02-2014 No Comments

Le Corbusier. An atlas of modern landscapes

Le Corbusier, a key figure of the architecture of the 20th century, was pioneering in the studies of improvement of the housings of the lowest classes and proposed new forms of efficient architecture in very populated cities. Le Corbusier was, in turn, a multidisciplinary artist, with a work that spreads also to the painting and the photography, joining art and […]

The Eames and Billy Wilder | Jorge Gorostiza
05-02-2014 No Comments

The Eames and Billy Wilder | Jorge Gorostiza

I believe that it is not necessary to say those who were Billy Wilder, either Ray and Charles Eames (always it is in the habit of putting to Chat first probably for being a man). What probably is known less is the friendship that joined them for many years. According to Tom Wood in his book The Bright Side of […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (I) | epR
28-01-2014 No Comments

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

The raven man. A good day, Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris decided that, in forward, would be called Le Corbusier. It decided also that already it would not be Swiss but French, and turned into raven – ¿or was it a magpie?-. It glided weightlessly between the writing, the painting and the architecture, settled in the gleaming shoulders of his cousin Pierre, of […]

Drawings · PabloTomé
20-01-2014 No Comments

Drawings · PabloTomé

The architect and from Santiago de Compostela artist Pablo Tomé presents in Espazo in Branco his last individual qualified exhibition Drawings. This his last work is an offer to seeing our city, his surroundings, his inhabitants and his turns from the point of view of his architectural curiosity, not only for the cut of the buildings or the streets, but […]

Third Natures
15-01-2014 No Comments

Third Natures

Third Natures presents 15 years of speculations, projects and works constructed by the duo of architects of Madrid Cristina Díaz Moreno and Efrén García Grinda together with his collaborators. The exhibition will be a tour from the beginning of his practice in 1997 up to his last works, completed in 2013. In total, 26 projects showed across drawings, models, objects […]

The origins of the architecture (IV) | epR
30-12-2013 One Comment

The origins of the architecture (IV) | epR

Often I ask myself when it was begun to speak about energy efficiency. Or, better, when this argument transformed in mere demagoguery and in absolute value capable of justifying mediocre projects. Turning the pages of books of Bernard Rudofsky or Myron Goldfinger we recognize another type of energy efficiency – but also economic and social – capable of forming humanized […]

There is Only Drawing · Pedro Calapez
17-12-2013 No Comments

There is Only Drawing · Pedro Calapez

Taking as a point of item an appointment of the North American sculptor Richard Serra, Pedro Calapez Luis Seoane presents in the Foundation several of his more recent works in which, across drawing, it penetrates into the relation between the limits of the own work and the environment, between the space into the one that arranges the work and which […]

So they say · Antonio Amado
13-12-2013 No Comments

So they say · Antonio Amado

Next Thursday, the 19th of December a new session of the session will take place colloquium of architecture, So they say. In this occasion, the guest will be Antonio Amado. The session will divide in the half hour of presentation of the architect and other thirty minutes of informal colloquium with the public. So they say is a cycle of […]

Cartoons · Alejandro de la Sota
10-12-2013 2 Comments

Cartoons · Alejandro de la Sota

Without the exquisite work and Alejandro de la Sota’s discreet teaching, undoubtedly one of the fundamental props of the Spanish architecture of the second half of the 20th century, the definitive revenue of this one to the modernity had taken place otherwise, probably less essential and polished. Not so known it is the interest that the teacher cultivated all his […]

The origins of the architecture (III) | epR
29-11-2013 No Comments

The origins of the architecture (III) | epR

We find them in the most unexpected place: on having doubled the corner, in the square of the neighborhood, or in this piece of open land that we believed stranger for the rest of the world. They are the author’s architectures, ostentatious offerings to the eternity of major architects who resist as obscene recollections of last times. Today they lie, […]

Fairbanks House | Jorge Gorostiza
05-11-2013 No Comments

Fairbanks House | Jorge Gorostiza

In a number of the magazine Photoplay of the year 1928 I have found these drawings of the project of a house for Douglas Fairbanks, a project that was not created by an architect, but for a singular professional: William Cameron Menzies, since it is known, the first one ” production designer ” of the history of the cinema thanks to […]

The origins of the architecture (II) | epR
30-10-2013 No Comments

The origins of the architecture (II) | epR

A fissure exists between the architect and the company. It is not exactly an abyss, is not a deep pit, but there is something that separates it from those for whom, in last instance, he conceives his projects. There is not a question himself to quarrel the one who has reason but of assuming that a problem of communication exists […]

Rafael Moneo. A theoretical reflection from the profession. Materials of file (1961-2013)
23-10-2013 4 Comments

Rafael Moneo. A theoretical reflection from the profession. Materials of file (1961-2013)

The Foundation Barrié presents his new cultural and educational project: Rafael Moneo. A theoretical reflection from the profession. Materials of file (1961-2013), the first great retrospective of the architect. The exhibition, curator for Francisco González de Canales of the Architectural Association of London, is an own production of the Foundation Barrié, organized in collaboration with Rafael Moneo’s study. Jose Maria Arias, […]

On the drawing in architecture | Santiago Carvajal
21-10-2013 One Comment

On the drawing in architecture | Santiago Carvajal

In the different trades, there are indispensable tools for his development, without these it would be difficult and almost impossible that are carried out, these are the substance of the trade, perhaps can someone imagine a seamstress without thread and needle? As well as the chalk is to the tailor, the lead and the level is to the bricklayer, the […]

Álvaro Siza: The Architect and the Old Village
14-10-2013 No Comments

Álvaro Siza: The Architect and the Old Village

Álvaro Siza Vieira, a famous visionary Portuguese architect, coordinates the rehabilitation of the monuments and architectonic heritage of Cidade Velha (Old Village) in Santiago, an island of Cape Vert. This project creates great expectations among the local population, who see it as a way of improving their quality of life, but there is conflict between two cultures with different ideas […]