Tag: Josep Lluís Sert

Silla BKF Chair | Borja López Cotelo
06-03-2020 No Comments

Silla BKF Chair | Borja López Cotelo

La Guerra Civil abocó a la emigración a muchos españoles. Aquellos que pudieron elegir, no siempre decidieron quedarse. Antonio Bonet Castellana había nacido en la España de 1913, como Coderch y como Alejandro de la Sota. Pero a Bonet el inicio de la guerra le sorprendió en París. Antonio Bonet había comenzado a trabajar con Sert y Torres i Clavé en 1932, […]

The refuge of the light | Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho
30-07-2018 No Comments

The refuge of the light | Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho

They tell that it was on having visited Joan’s Miro workshop in Cala Mayor  when Aimé Maeght understood, with real accuracy, the essential component for his future Foundation in Saint Paul of Wins. After numerous studies and projects of prestigious architects, Maeght would discover a homogeneous and vibrant light in the study of the painter, such an intense light and […]

Tino house | EMAC Arquitectura
25-07-2018 No Comments

Tino house | EMAC Arquitectura

El hombre puede ser de un lugar, estar en un lugar, o pertenecer a él. Se puede vivir en un sitio, habitar o morar. Algunas diferencias entre términos son claras; otras, más sutiles; y en las leves particularidades entre ellas se encuentra la manera que uno tiene de relacionarse con el territorio que lo sostiene y el espacio que lo […]

Imprescindibles. Josep Lluís Sert: a nomadic dream
10-05-2018 No Comments

Imprescindibles. Josep Lluís Sert: a nomadic dream

Josep Lluis Sert, un sueño nómada Josep Lluís Sert was the first Spanish architect of international reputation. “Apostle of the rationalism in Spain”. Apostle of the rationalism in Spain and Dean of the Faculty of Harvard’s Architecture during almost two decades, Sert was also a man full of contradictions. A rebellious spirit. Free verse in a world dominated by the […]

Carlos Arniches and the interior exile | Alberto Ruiz
16-04-2018 No Comments

Carlos Arniches and the interior exile | Alberto Ruiz

The ICO Museum of Madrid closed a few days ago a magnificent exhibition that, for some weeks, allowed to bring over the public the figures of Carlos Arniches and Martín Domínguez, two architects who were defining his own work not as racionalist, but as reasonably.1 The reasonable architects did not seem to have content too much in the Spain later to the […]

The Modern Movement and the Law to the City. Álvaro Sevilla-Buitrago
23-03-2017 One Comment

The Modern Movement and the Law to the City. Álvaro Sevilla-Buitrago

Last November, 2017 there was celebrated the 9Th Iberian DOCOMOMO Congress ‘Modern Movement, Cultural Heritage and Company’, Álvaro Sevilla-Buitrago I intervened as one of the referees invited of the second day, dedicated to the social dimension of the problems discussed in the meeting. “As I commented in his moment in this chat explored a series of traditions of design – well-known, […]

Interview to Iñaki Bergera
20-03-2017 No Comments

Interview to Iñaki Bergera

On the occasion of the recent inaugurated exhibition ‘Chamber and model. Photography of models of architecture in Spain, 1925-1970‘ in the ICO Museum we have had the opportunity to support a small conversation the commissioner of the exhibition, Iñaki Bergera on this first honoring realized in Spain to these two systems of representation of the architecture. “The cities, the monuments, […]

Chamber and model. Photography of models of architecture in Spain, 1925-1970
28-02-2017 No Comments

Chamber and model. Photography of models of architecture in Spain, 1925-1970

The ICO Museum inaugurates the exhibition ‘Chamber and model. Photography of models of architecture in Spain, 1925-1970’, that will be opened until the next May 14. This project is promoted by the Department of Promotion, organized and produced with the support of the ICO Foundation and has possessed the collaboration of PHotoEspaña as well as of the project of investigation […]

Court Houses | Fernando Freire Forga
22-07-2013 One Comment

Court Houses | Fernando Freire Forga

The studies related to the Modern Form in the One-family Housing have served me for the project formulation along my career. After analyzing a great number of one-family housings, for the production of this article, I have developed a test in relation to the knowledge acquired on the Court Houses , which have been put into practice in the majority […]

The adequacy of the modern architecture to Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga
17-05-2013 No Comments

The adequacy of the modern architecture to Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga

The local customs. The customs and Peruvian traditions at all time will meet reflected in the projection of modern buildings. Customs that show a national reality, a way of living particular and different to the places where this modern architecture was in preparation, which will allow to provide, to the modern projects developed in Peru, with a local imminent identity. […]

Modern architecture in Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga
24-04-2013 No Comments

Modern architecture in Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga

The local units. The National Corporation of Housing was the one that stimulated the creation of local units to solve the problem of the housing in our city. One reminded the construction of 7 local units, four in Lima and three in the Callao. It was a question of complexes habitacionales autonomous; for it, they were possessing market, medical relay, […]

Premiere of documentary "Jose Luis Sert / A nomadic dream" in the Joan Miró Foundation
03-04-2013 One Comment

Premiere of documentary “Jose Luis Sert / A nomadic dream” in the Joan Miró Foundation

Alè Produccions, Oberon Cinematogràfica, The Perifèrica Produccions, IFFI Productions and Spanish Television, in collaboration with the Fundació Joan Looked of Barcelona and with the support of Televisió of Catalonia, invite you to the presentation of the documentary: José Luis Sert / A nomadic dream José Luis Sert was the first Spanish architect of international fame. Apostle of the rationalism in […]

J.L. Sert / A nomadic dream
11-01-2013 One Comment

J.L. Sert / A nomadic dream

Jose Luis Sert was the first Spanish architect of international reputation. Apostle of the rationalism in Spain and Dean of the Faculty of Harvard’s Architecture during almost two decades, Sert was also a man full of contradictions. A rebellious spirit. A free verse in a world dominated by the copy and the reproduction seriada. Member of a known aristocratic family […]

Colloquium Between friends: Conversations about Architecture
28-05-2012 4 Comments

Colloquium Between friends: Conversations about Architecture

Next Wednesday, the 30th of May, the architects Mario Corea, Franc Fernandez, Carles Llop, Albert Pineda, Manuel Ruisánchez and Toni Casamor, as moderator, were taking part in a colloquium in the headquarters of the Architects’ College of Catalonia in Barcelona, COAC, to them 19.00h, under the title Among friends: Conversations on Architecture. From his renowned experiences, the lecturers will think […]

Floor-museum in the Casa Bloc
13-03-2012 47 Comments

Floor-museum in the Casa Bloc

This project to turn into museum a floor of the House Note-pad has been possible thanks to the agreement signed between the Town hall of Barcelona and the INCASOL with the Institute of Culture of Barcelona. The aim has been to recover the original design recovering the original materials and his uses and to be able like that to understand […]

LA CASA SERT EN CAMBRIDGE | JOSEP LLUIS SERT
23-10-2009 One Comment

LA CASA SERT EN CAMBRIDGE | JOSEP LLUIS SERT

La casa Sert de Cambridge se considera un paradigma de la casa patio y el propio arquitecto la presentaba así, de manera propagandística. Este prototipo es el único exponente construido de lo que pretendía ser un conjunto residencial, su residencia la concibe integrada en una unidad arquitectónica superior, en una estructura urbana.