Tag: Karl Friedrich Schinkel

Atlas de Teoría(s) de la Arquitectura
26-02-2019 No Comments

Atlas de Teoría(s) de la Arquitectura

Atlas of Theory(s) of Architecture is a visual sample of different ways of seeing the art of building. It is an exhibition in the plural, since there is no single way of conceiving what architecture is, how it is done and how it should be understood. Architecture, like any discipline, develops its theory in words; but, together, it is capable […]

The dissonance and the paradox | Marcelo Gardinetti
10-12-2018 No Comments

The dissonance and the paradox | Marcelo Gardinetti

“Since the mid-seventies, Stirling has shown his struggle against the boredom produced by the repetition of modern architecture, against its triviality and its inability to situate itself in historical contours. For this he tried to display a work that was narrative and figurative and, at the same time, abstract and technologically advanced”.1 The architectural work of Stirling goes through the […]

Universal history of the Turpitude [III] | José Ramón Hernández Correa
05-03-2018 No Comments

Universal history of the Turpitude [III] | José Ramón Hernández Correa

Universal history of the Turpitude [II] | José Ramón Hernández Correa I finish the trilogy (I, II) that I promised, not because there should no be many any more turpitudes, but because I believe that it costs with one of each one of the three big ones. And I finish off the series with relief, because it is not nice […]

The third space | Michael Ángel Díaz Camacho
05-10-2015 No Comments

The third space | Michael Ángel Díaz Camacho

“Constructing a wall with dressed quarry stones, without mortar, in I dry, it is possible that it has been the first step that the men gave in search of that one to what today we call architecture” 1. The idea of the wall like the third space, as deep, solid and material border between two worlds, was progressively lightened from […]

El arquitecto que no sabia dibujar
10-02-2009 43 Comments

El arquitecto que no sabia dibujar

The modern architecture would turn out to be inexplicable if it was not bearing in mind Walter Gropius’s principal works. His experiments to harmonize the new forms of the International style with new materials, as the concrete one, the crystal and the steel, or his luminous conception of buildings as the factory Fagus; the organization of the Bauhaus and the […]