Tag: ideología

Afterword | Miquel Lacasta
22-06-2020 No Comments

Afterword | Miquel Lacasta

The architecture is a specific type of imagination. This way Michael Hays affirms it in the text Afterword that closes the book Constructing a New Agenda, Architectural Theory 1993-2009.1 This type of imagination is a combination of sensibility, projection and conceptualization, which organizes the world in categories interrelated of time and space. Any architecture arises from an eminently complex substrate capable of negotiating […]

Thinking the architecture (II) | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
03-03-2017 34 Comments

Thinking the architecture (II) | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

Article continuation of “Thinking the architecture (I)”. It is necessary to clear what can understand by ideology, a word that is used to  apply only to the politics and produces doubts applied to other human activities. I take this definition: “An ideology is the group of ideas that inciden in elder or lower degree in the characteristics of the practice […]

Thinking the architecture (I) | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
24-02-2017 No Comments

Thinking the architecture (I) | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

The desire to confirm points of view on what it is necessary to to do has been done loudly between architects in the last three decades. In some academic means this desire turned as for study, is named (incorrectly) A Theory of the Architecture. That would be a body of ideas, concepts, points of view, which seek to explain the […]

Of the architecture without ideology? | Pedro Hernández
05-12-2016 No Comments

Of the architecture without ideology? | Pedro Hernández

In 2011, Vicente Serrano publishes the book Spinoza’s wound, where it approaches, from the philosophy, the topic of the happiness. In the chapter v –Biopoder without ideologies– it exposes and analyzes how, actually, any way of being able tends to control, to order and articulate any thing that falls down under his influence. It is Highland what, using Nietzche’s words, […]

The hyper-time city.The Falling Man | Miquel Lacasta
19-10-2015 One Comment

The hyper-time city.The Falling Man | Miquel Lacasta

This image represents another jump to the emptiness. It is not necessary to explain the moment in which the photography was taken. The photographer of Associated Press, Richard Drew was, as different many, covering the event, according to the journalistic slang. The image is so brutal that the mere informative fact comes out. In fact the this qualified image, as […]

The vacuity of the critique | Oscar Tenreiro Degwitz
08-06-2015 No Comments

The vacuity of the critique | Oscar Tenreiro Degwitz

All the architects that I named last week and that it was necessary to me to name for reasons of space are children of the Modern Movement in spite of that his individual developments, his personal distances, could be included in created categories ad-hoc by some respected historian by the idea of emphasizing the specificity of his work. Categories certainly […]

Critique and ideology | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
04-05-2015 No Comments

Critique and ideology | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

I do efforts for following the intention of moving away rather what happens in my country to finish a series of comments that it had come doing on the critique. And I speak about effort because the last things that have gone out to the light, which the Venezuelans already we knew and they expose in a more direct way […]

Contemporary tradition | Íñigo García Odiaga
10-01-2014 3 Comments

Contemporary tradition | Íñigo García Odiaga

Two things stand out deeply when Kengo Kuma approaches the work of the Japanese arquitectos. On the one hand the great quantity of projects that he has constructed in the last 10 years, all of them of the highest level, on the other hand such a radical use of the materials, or if it is preferred of the matter, as […]

Oblique Drawing. A History of Anti-perspective
26-06-2013 No Comments

Oblique Drawing. A History of Anti-perspective

It is easy that many of that read these lines associate the concept of perspective with the reading that of her Erwin Panofsky did in the mythical one The perspective as symbolic form. For years, the studies of visual representation have been dominated by Panofsky’s interpretations. It is not a bad sign that Massimo Scolari rescues in Oblique Drawing a […]

A fable of green on grey | Marcelo Gardinetti
22-02-2013 No Comments

A fable of green on grey | Marcelo Gardinetti

The fables are the way that Ambasz uses to comment on his architecture. It disregards of formulating theoretical analyses, because he thinks that the fables last far beyond that the ideologies. Of this form, liberated of any determining academician, it is allowed plan new methods of existence seeking to overcome the previous ones under a clearly definite goal: to formulate […]