Tag: Josep Quetglas

Día Internacional del Libro 2020
23-04-2020 No Comments

Día Internacional del Libro 2020

Para celebrar el Día Internacional del Libro, tan atípico, desde veredes, arquitectura y divulgación queremos repasar  las publicaciones realizadas para que puedas recordarlas y reseñar aquellas que hayas leído o te interesaría leer. Esperamos que así este periodo que nos ha tocado vivir sea más llevadero. Sin preámbulos os dejamos las 30 publicaciones seleccionadas, como se suele decir ni son […]

Les Heures Claires. Josep Quetglas
28-05-2019 No Comments

Les Heures Claires. Josep Quetglas

Con la habitual agudeza crítica y rigor investigador de Josep Quetglas, el libro documenta exhaustivamente los antecedentes, el encargo, el desarrollo y modificaciones de los sucesivos proyectos, los presupuestos en los que Le Corbusier profundizaba en la definición material de la casa y la construcción. También se trata la azarosa vida de esta obra, que incluye la ocupación por las […]

Breviary of Ronchamp
15-02-2018 No Comments

Breviary of Ronchamp

“And if to dedicate (sacrare) was the term that was designating the exit of the things of the sphere of the human right, to profane was meaning to return, inversely, the things to the free use of the people.” Giorgio Agamben, Elogio della profanazione. Corbusier returns to the free use of the common one the work of Him in Ronchamp: such […]

Josep Quetglas´s conference. Jornadas de Arquitectura 2007
13-06-2017 No Comments

Josep Quetglas´s conference. Jornadas de Arquitectura 2007

Josep Quetglas’s conference, in the frame of the Days of Architecture 2007 of La Salle Campus Barcelona. Josep Quetglas, is a professor of the Technical Top School of Architecture of the Technical University of Catalonia and author of numerous publications of theory and critique of the Architecture. His they are books as La casa de Don Giovanni (1996), El horror […]

The beginning of the order | Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho
28-04-2017 No Comments

The beginning of the order | Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho

The box of crystal supposed the most evident expression of the theses of the modernity. The technology and the new materials were allowing the revelation of “a new world – suitably, transparently, crystalline, electrically-, in opposition to the condition – underground, dirty of coal-, that was characterizing to the Victorian work”.1 The architecture establishes an order. Though Mies constructs at […]

The Barcelona Pavilion by Grain, " of fluke? | Rodrigo Almonacid
23-01-2017 No Comments

The Barcelona Pavilion by Grain, ” of fluke? | Rodrigo Almonacid

We might think, at least for a moment, that the Pavilion of Germany in Barcelona of Grain finished so well “of fluke”? Last Wednesday, the 4th of May, 2016 José Ramón Hernández Correa was throwing the following affirmation in his agitator post of Facebook: “To Mies van der Rohe the Pavilion of Barcelona went out for him well of fluke.” […]

Interviews Isabel Bachs
23-09-2016 No Comments

Interviews Isabel Bachs

30 years have happened since on June 2, 1986 the reconstruction of the Pavilion inaugurated Mies van der Rohe, constructed for the International Exhibition of Barcelona of 1929. Though the process began in 1957 when Oriol Bohigas was writing to Mies to entrust him, again, the pavilion. This year on the occasion of this efeméride, we have the opportunity to […]

My home is my castle | Jorge Meijide
22-02-2016 No Comments

My home is my castle | Jorge Meijide

My home is my castle. Edward Coke formulates this known phrase, “For a man’s house is his castle”, at the end of the 16th century. In her the jurist Englishman was referring to the legal question on the legal authority of the master of the house not to stop to enter the men of the king without a reason legally […]

Conversations with Enric Miralles. Josep Quetglas
28-07-2015 No Comments

Conversations with Enric Miralles. Josep Quetglas

Video of Josep Quetglas’s splendid conference brings over of Enric Miralles, during the days ” Conversations with Enric Miralles ” organized by the foundation Enric Miralles in June, 2015.

Le Corbusier. An Atlas of Landscapes
16-06-2015 No Comments

Le Corbusier. An Atlas of Landscapes

In spite of the fact that it left us already fifty years ago, the many-sided figure of Him Corbusier continues being an object of reflection nowadays. This monograph – the third one on the architect after two consecutive numbers in 1987 (AV 9 and 10) – is published to the thread of the exhibition that the MoMA dedicated to the […]

Objet trouvé [04] : Sostres and the radiator of the “MMI” House | Rodrigo Almonacid
05-06-2015 2 Comments

Objet trouvé [04] : Sostres and the radiator of the “MMI” House | Rodrigo Almonacid

In the middle of the 50 of the 20th century, the Catalan architect Josep Maria Sostres (1915-84) leaves the environment pirenaico of his natal locality of Urgel’s Cathedral to give beginning to his more brilliant stage linked to the Mediterranean littoral. In less than one decade it is capable of projecting a series of works that reflect a great wisdom […]

Carme Pinós. Architectures
19-03-2015 No Comments

Carme Pinós. Architectures

This book is not alone the most complete anthology of Carme Pinós’s work, but a tour of almost two decades for the topics and the worries appellants who have marked the work of the study of this Barcelonian arquitecta. Across an elegant selection of the works and the most significant projects of the study, of the critical contributions of Peter […]

Interview to Stepienybarno | Sheila Palomares
17-03-2015 No Comments

Interview to Stepienybarno | Sheila Palomares

I knew Lorenzo and Agnieszka in a summer course in The Carolina of the University of Jaen in 2010. Since then I they have followed the track up to ending up by being his pupil in the fantastic Course Online of Digital Identity for architects. Already I said to them that, I think that the search of the excellence in […]

Tras el viaje de Oriente. Charles-Édouard Jeanneret – Le Corbusier
24-02-2015 No Comments

Tras el viaje de Oriente. Charles-Édouard Jeanneret – Le Corbusier

After the trip of East. In this book the famous trip to East reconstructs that Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (Him Corbusier) undertook between twenty-three and twenty-four years across Bohemia, Austria, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece and Italy. The author has followed the steps of the young person Jeanneret, city for city, people for people, hamlet for hamlet, street for street, building […]

Articles of occasion. Josep Quetglas
22-04-2014 No Comments

Articles of occasion. Josep Quetglas

El presente libro agrupa restos escritos y publicados en diversas ocasiones, múltiples y dispersos en su origen y destino. Son escritos que fueron apareciendo en revistas, en prensa local o como prólogo de algún libro. Algunos de ellos, pocos, quedaron hasta aquí inéditos. Varios muestran un amaneramiento verbal insufrible. Otros han sido ahora directamente descartados. Y el resto aquí está. […]

The crystallized horror
01-04-2014 No Comments

The crystallized horror

Hamlet. Don Quijote. Faust they die at the end of the representation. Also the Pavilion of Germany is dressed, at the same time scene and actor of a representation, necessarily, piece to piece. Because from his beginnings, the modern project has found in the decomposition of the form – of the individual, of the values – a paradoxical refuge, good […]

e n g a w a # 1 5
25-03-2014 No Comments

e n g a w a # 1 5

We you would like to present the new number of the magazine: engawa #15. For this number we have possessed Pepe Llinás’s collaboration as special guest. We hope that it is of your interest. For us it has been a complex and special number at the same time, as it explains in the publishing house: “Pepe warned me, when I […]

Written out II. Josep Quetglas Riusech
25-02-2014 No Comments

Written out II. Josep Quetglas Riusech

He has written that they lead the reader – does not matter now if for ” streets of the only direction ” or for ” lost paths ” – and they accompany it along a tour in exposed well development: he is the reader who seems to pass along them – to his broad ones or along Argonauts, neither it […]

Written out I. Josep Quetglas Riusech
21-02-2014 No Comments

Written out I. Josep Quetglas Riusech

Written out, this is quite all that will have stayed, solid-state, of my step along the School of Architecture of Barcelona. The publication owes Carles Muro, Inés de Rivera and Ton Salvadó to itself. I am thinking about perceiving, in the insistent interest that they have showed to assemble these writings, gesture to a time of care for the old […]

e n g a w a # 1 3
09-08-2013 No Comments

e n g a w a # 1 3

We have come to our number 13, for much that him in spite of Ángel Nieto, possessing the collaboration estimated and lost interest in Josep Quetglas and Gillermo Zuaznabar. The first one choosing the image for this number and the second one writing the first words that they accompany on the rest of texts. Thousand graces! It is difficult to […]