Tag: João Batista Vilanova Artigas

Óscar Niemeyer | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz
14-03-2016 No Comments

Óscar Niemeyer | Óscar Tenreiro Degwitz

I overcome the fence that the political reality us stretches every day to all and decide to speak1 of Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012) whose longevity stopped in December, 2012. Already once I wrote that it had had the privilege of conversing with him in his study of the Atlantic Avenue opposite to Copacabana in 1994. We speak about his Brief of […]

The city is of all
15-08-2014 No Comments

The city is of all

“If the proclamation of which the city must be for all turns out to be necessary it is because one forgets often the last justification of our trade: that the architecture is not but the manifestation of a knowledge that has to be solidary and generous. Paulo Mendes da Rocha’s work is intense and risky, both for his materiality and […]

Revista 1:100 nº 38
19-07-2012 4 Comments

Revista 1:100 nº 38

In November of last year the Seminar of Latin-American Architecture that was realized in Campinas and San Paul’s Biennial show, in Brazil they were the perfect excuse to travel and to come to this incredible city most filled with Brazil and considering all his metropolitan area, the major metropolis of South America. Only for his urban structure and architectural quality, […]

Brazilian Architecture: João Batista Vilanova Artigas
08-01-2009 31 Comments

Brazilian Architecture: João Batista Vilanova Artigas

Since we know, the architecture of the modern Brazilian movement was coming from tropes extracted from the syntax of the purism from Him Corbusier, principally the use of pilotis and the traffic by means of ramps. Both elements would acquire one paper emphasized in the evolution of Vilanova Artigas’s architecture once drifted apart from Wright; an influence that still was […]