Tag: Manuel Gausa

Asuntos en serie I: Complejidad y ficción | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
29-06-2020 No Comments

Asuntos en serie I: Complejidad y ficción | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

“Por fortuna, está demostrado que el tiempo no es absoluto”. Dr. House en el capítulo «Tres historias» (2005) Uno de los protagonistas de la serie House, sin tanto carisma como el doctor que le da nombre, pero posiblemente con más minutos de pantalla, es el Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. Esta institución es un hospital universitario ficticio, creado expresamente para la […]

Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018
19-06-2018 No Comments

Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018

becoming, the motto chosen for the Spanish Pavilion in this edition of the Venice Biennale 2018, presents Spanish architecture as seen from learning environments, by means of actions, discourses and pieces of work developed by a wonderful set of architects that during the last years have questioned the limits and conditions previously assumed by our discipline. becoming by means of […]

Lebbeus Woods's alternative world | Marcelo Gardinetti
13-11-2017 No Comments

Lebbeus Woods’s alternative world | Marcelo Gardinetti

During his professional life, Lebbeus Woods sketched thoughts. The images that it produced incorporate observations of an improbable future. It moves on suggestive ideas that are not submitted to the rules of the company. On the contrary, it questions them. His representations, inhabitants of an inhospitable territory, personify his singular ontology. Floating structures and mobile constructions that compose a statement […]

Sciences of the complexity: A common logic with the architecture | axonometrica
01-05-2017 2 Comments

Sciences of the complexity: A common logic with the architecture | axonometrica

Apart from the origin or the cultural common substratum, the sciences of the complexity share certain common features with the architecture that arises in the decade of the 60s and that we can follow even today, that reinforce precisely this both cultural and social base. Briefly we might say that the sciences of the complexity and the theoretical reflections and […]

Towards a new contextuality | Miquel Lacasta Codorniu
29-12-2014 No Comments

Towards a new contextuality | Miquel Lacasta Codorniu

One of the possible origins of a certain revival contextualista might relapse, as affirms Eduard Bru, in the fact that the place1 has happened to be more interesting something, more active and propositivo, while city and geography, they have been mixed ineluctablemente, offering an environment much more inciting than the strictly urban one which we were having a decade behind.2 […]