Tag: Jean Prouvé

La lógica del desmontaje | Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho
16-03-2020 No Comments

La lógica del desmontaje | Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho

Toda obra de arquitectura resulta en principio un ente encapsulado, un todo inalterable que recibimos en herencia para su estudio o habitación en el mejor de los casos: obras maestras nos decían, obras que pertenecen a su tiempo, como aquellos insectos primitivos primorosamente conservados en ámbar a la espera de ser descubiertos por algún estudioso en la materia. Sin embargo, […]

Dos pioneros: Buckminster Fuller y Jean Prouvé. Luis Fernández-Galiano Ruíz
13-02-2020 No Comments

Dos pioneros: Buckminster Fuller y Jean Prouvé. Luis Fernández-Galiano Ruíz

“Aunque se conocen experiencias anteriores a la Revolución Industrial, como los métodos de producción del Arsenal de Venecia, la fabricación en serie, “en cadena”, o “en masa”, se ha vinculado muy  particularmente con aquella. Se aplica a la industria armamentística para extenderse, luego, a la textil y a otras muchas más. Hace cien años de su mano se pusieron en […]

In search of coherence | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
23-09-2019 No Comments

In search of coherence | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

It is not because the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2009 had dedicated lectures and analytical studies, the reason we are interested in the Le Corbusier holiday shelter built in Roquebrune-Cap Martin on the shores of the French Mediterranean. It has always captured our attention because it represents what seems to be scarce at the present time in the […]

Second opportunities | Silvia Blanco Agüeira
18-06-2018 No Comments

Second opportunities | Silvia Blanco Agüeira

In 1961, just two years after the reconstruction of the Pavilion of the Hexagons in Madrid’s Casa de Campo, there was another surprising breakthrough in the Spanish capital: the arrival of the pavilion that the Duchy of Luxembourg had built at the Brussels World Expo of 1958. “Offered in advantageous conditions”,1 they affirmed the chronicles of the time. Few now […]

Presentations of the session in deferred from the Latin-American I Congreso Redfundamentos
26-12-2017 One Comment

Presentations of the session in deferred from the Latin-American I Congreso Redfundamentos

Presentation of the Congress at the expense of Manuel Blanco (President of Honor), Santiago de Molina (The Director) and Arturo Franco (The Director). With Jose Ignacio Linazasoro‘s participation (President of Honor) Inaugural conference: References and projects. José Ignacio Linazasoro. The Halldor Gunnløgsson House (1959). A look to East from the Sund. Carmen García Sánchez. Protohábitat. Investigation in social, sustainable and sure […]

The deformed form | Íñigo García Odiaga
03-07-2017 No Comments

The deformed form | Íñigo García Odiaga

In the first glimpse something does not fit, but for against, the set radiates an attractive magnetism. Jean Prouvé constructed together with Charlotte Perriand this prototype for the Lounge of Domestic Arts opposite to the Grand Palais of Paris. Time later it was dismantled, but still some images and schemes remain. Designed for workers of the oil taken root in […]

Equipped housings? | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
23-12-2016 One Comment

Equipped housings? | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

Introduction. One of the most persistent obstacles in companies like ours is the subordination to the points of view of the central countries with regard to what it must be done. It is the old history of the peripheries that so well he analyzed in his moment, giving him a draft of a lot of interest Jose Ortega y Gasset […]

Salsamento | Lugadero
18-05-2016 No Comments

Salsamento | Lugadero

Salsamento. A shop of ultramarine that is a bar. A bar that is a shop of ultramarine. In Seville since there was eliminating the Regina Cinema, thela Droguería Isan, the Camilo’s shoe store, Garrido Furniture or Casa Noval Home, 20 years have happened. Since in the hapkido, the hwa or beginning of not resistance, there enunciates the need not to […]

The Jean Prouvé´s House
25-08-2015 No Comments

The Jean Prouvé´s House

The house was constructed in a narrow platform orientated to the half day and excavated on a lot in the high of a hill that it was considered to be inconstruible by his hanging fort, familiar inheritance. In those years his location was corresponding to Nancy’s suburbs, France, today 6, rue Auguntin-Hacquard. The documentary that is included does a complete […]

House on the creek. Amancio Williams in Argentina
30-10-2014 One Comment

House on the creek. Amancio Williams in Argentina

One of the Amancio Williams’s most interesting works, the house for his father in Mar del Plata, Argentina, is recognized as one of the paradigmatic housings of the modernity and of the 20th century. How to construct without doing it? How to put there a house without touching the park? “It is like a box of birds, like a sound […]

Pointes Magazine [n08]
07-10-2014 No Comments

Pointes Magazine [n08]

The number eight of the magazine of art and architecture POINTEs, edited in Madrid. Pointes is a publication of art and architecture realized by students of different artistic branches, which tries to re-intensify the debate and to go TOWARDS A CRITICAL SPIRIT, as well as the investigation of the references mas important of the XXth century. It is as well […]

Sverre Fehn Schreiner House
20-03-2014 No Comments

Sverre Fehn Schreiner House

Fehn was born in Kongsberg, Buskerud.[2] He received his architectural education shortly after World War II in Oslo, a crisis course that would later become an independent school under various names during the next decades, today known as the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. He quickly became the leading Norwegian architect of his generation. In 1952–1953, during travels in […]

Sverre Fehn. Work Completes
20-03-2014 2 Comments

Sverre Fehn. Work Completes

For the first time an economic monograph, an updated and extended edition, of the Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn, a voluminous document widely illustrated with drawings and photographies, analyzes the work of the architect to explore the relation between nature and artifice with an introduction at the expense of Francesco Dal Co, monograph on Sverre Fehn’s work, work for work, peculiar […]

Collage yand Architecture
05-03-2014 No Comments

Collage yand Architecture

It does little more than hundred years, since for accident, and thanks to Picasso, the painting stopped being a painting thanks to the incorporation of unexpected matters on a linen. Since it corresponds to the insignificance or to the modesty of an art that scarcely works with new, the above mentioned centenary has happened practically unnoticed. And nevertheless to explain […]

Made beauty
06-09-2011 1,832 Comments

Made beauty

The work of the designer and construction Frenchman Jean Prouvé (1901-1984) comes to Madrid with the exhibition ‘ Made beauty ‘, in the gallery Ivorpress, comisariada for the architects Norman Foster and Luis Fernandez-Galiano. The “architect – engineer”, since it was nicknaming Him Corbusier, was looking for the maximum utilization of the technologies and the available materials. One of the […]