Tag: interrelación

Mathematics and beauty in architecture. On the shoulders of giants
22-08-2019 No Comments

Mathematics and beauty in architecture. On the shoulders of giants

Mathematics and architecture have a more than evident relationship since the construction of the first buildings. Mathematics not only guarantees the safety of buildings, which resist weight and do not fall, but also beauty. We find the golden reason in the Parthenon, the dome of revolution in Hagia Sophia; the 17 possible tessellations in the Alhambra in Granada, the Fibonacci […]

Public space as a battlefield | Javier Mozas
03-12-2018 No Comments

Public space as a battlefield | Javier Mozas

Public space was for Hannah Arendt, 1906-1975, a place for Action.1 Arendt believed that democracy needed to be exercised in the public realm, that it was useless to enact it in the private space of the household. Action has two very different resources: one peaceful, the other violent. One using Words and the other Battle; that is, Discourse and War. […]

International congress of architecture and urbanism. EURAU18 Alicante
20-02-2018 No Comments

International congress of architecture and urbanism. EURAU18 Alicante

It organizes the Qualifications of Architecture of Alicante, under the title: Retroactive investigation. The capacity of the Architecture to question and extend the limits of other disciplines. An investigation to interdiscipline of the architecture is something that the company claims of our profession, and that precisely now, still enclosed in an economic recessive process, it turns out to be the […]

Of the time and the space in the Company Network | Marc Chalamanch
30-03-2015 No Comments

Of the time and the space in the Company Network | Marc Chalamanch

Gradually we turn into nomads without an own space not defined. We are forced to live in a time that we do not control and that ranges between different worlds that we have to manage interpret to manage the commitments to which it forces us. We live immersed in different universes that they superpose and interact forming a great mosaic […]

Of the segregation | Pedro Hernández
06-03-2015 No Comments

Of the segregation | Pedro Hernández

A few days ago the blog of architecture Unhabitat was aiming – rather well it was questioning – at the existence of a building in New York that was having two income: an access “for poor” placed in the lateral part and other one, located in the main face, where the most wealthy persons could accede. The text aims that, […]

Sydney Pollack, architecture and cinema | Jorge Gorostiza
13-02-2015 No Comments

Sydney Pollack, architecture and cinema | Jorge Gorostiza

Through the fault of an article that I am writing for an of Lima magazine, I have had to see the documentary Sketches of Frank Gehry directed by Sydney Pollack in 2005. I must confess that only it had seen fragments of this movie and now, that I have seen her he informs, probably some day writes something in this blog […]

Renoir, the architecture | Jorge Gorostiza
06-02-2015 No Comments

Renoir, the architecture | Jorge Gorostiza

I am sure that Jean Renoir is one of the big teachers of the history of the cinema, it is enough to see big movies as Le Grande Illusion, La Marseillaise, La regle du jeu, This lind is mine and Leflueve, to verify it. In addition his memories are marvellous and whenever I have read something that he had said it seemed […]

_Export BARCELONA ‘Social Housing in Urban Context’
26-01-2015 No Comments

_Export BARCELONA ‘Social Housing in Urban Context’

January 2015_ On 5th and 6th February, twenty Catalan studios will travel to Geneva (Switzerland), representing a broad cross section of the social housing models that have been built in Barcelona over the last ten years. Twenty selected works will be exhibited in the Geneva Pavillon SICLI under the title _Export BARCELONA ‘Social Housing in Urban Context’ until 22nd of […]

Cities Connection Project
05-11-2014 No Comments

Cities Connection Project

Cities Connection Project (CCP) is a connector between cities through its architecture, created by architects Nicola Regusci and Xavier Bustos, with the aim of generating synergies among professionals and cultural operators in each city. Cities Connection Project was born with the desire to establish a cultural connection between Barcelona and other European cities with an important architectural and cultural tradition. […]

The spaces of the power | Íñigo García Odiaga
24-10-2014 One Comment

The spaces of the power | Íñigo García Odiaga

The public space has multiple income, his paradigm can be the square, but maybe also it it can be at present Internet. To place a great source or a statue in one great square, in the antiquity it was waited to a day of intense snowfalls. Was observed what space of the square was remaining virgin, free of trodden or […]

Readings in the common thing | Miquel Lacasta Codorniu
22-09-2014 No Comments

Readings in the common thing | Miquel Lacasta Codorniu

Readings in the common thing The architecture arises from a form of shared knowledge that goes beyond the architectural object. Likewise the city, it can be understood as the area of relations between architectures, individuals and natures. The whole knowledge accumulated on these triangular relations, of the building to the individual, of the individual to the nature and of the […]

Brief notes on the Trinta gallery by Pablo Tomé architect | Luis Gil Pita
24-01-2014 One Comment

Brief notes on the Trinta gallery by Pablo Tomé architect | Luis Gil Pita

We are going to report, in a few words, so brief that almost we do not use any more than the own ones asked his architect, Pablo Tomé, the quality and the architectural experience of the work of the gallery of contemporary art Trinta in rúa Virxe da Cerca 24, Santiago de Compostela. We only want to recount with a few […]

Juhani Pallasmaa · Minding Design Symposium
02-05-2013 No Comments

Juhani Pallasmaa · Minding Design Symposium

Juhani Pallasmaa speaks on the connection between architecture and neuroscience at Minding Design, a symposium held at Taliesin West on November 10, 2012. This program was a collaboration between the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation/School of Architecture, and the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture.

Public spaces, escenearios of life in company | Aldo G. Facho Dede
04-03-2013 No Comments

Public spaces, escenearios of life in company | Aldo G. Facho Dede

It is not a special Sunday, is one of so many people in which the climate accompanies the desires of going out to walk and playing in any of the squares of the city. Our favorite one is the square Falkland Islands, probably because it is “the” “most “urban”, that is to say, the one that combines generous spaces opened […]

Which is the relation between cinema and architecture? | Jorge Gorostiza
08-10-2012 No Comments

Which is the relation between cinema and architecture? | Jorge Gorostiza

In a previous entry of this blog already the interesting initiative commented to itself that a group of enthusiasts have raised in Chile, the ARQFILMFEST (AFFS), the first festival of Cinema and Architecture of a country of Spanish language. A few weeks ago, these pioneers requested a text me on the relations between Cinema and Architecture, a topic most ample and […]