Tag: Jean Baudrillard

Restoration of the Glez Barros Pantheon | Luis Gil+Cristina Nieto
06-09-2017 No Comments

Restoration of the Glez Barros Pantheon | Luis Gil+Cristina Nieto

Returning life to the funeral architecture. “The city of the dead men has been traditionally a succinct version of that of the alive ones, and a laboratory of architecture, gardening and sculpture. Of the urns in the shape of cabin to the palatial pantheons or the niches beehive of social grave, the nature and the fractures of a culture can […]

Crimes and replies | Pedro Hernández
07-10-2013 No Comments

Crimes and replies | Pedro Hernández

Of a time to this part two obsess they chase me. Two obsessions that might be only one. The crime and his reply. Everything begins of Bernard Tschumi’s phrase: “To really appreciate architecture, you may even need to commit a murder”. The crime like form of spatial knowledge. But which might be the murder to which us Tschumi alludes and […]