Tag: María Moliner

Las islas del Museo de Bellas Artes | Luis Gil Pita – Cristina Nieto Peñamaría
30-10-2020 No Comments

Las islas del Museo de Bellas Artes | Luis Gil Pita – Cristina Nieto Peñamaría

El encargo del proyecto expositivo de muebles y objetos de diseño de Arne Jacobsen en el Museo de Bellas de Artes de A coruña para conmemorar, por parte de la Real Embajada de Dinamarca en Madrid, el centenario del nacimiento del arquitecto danés (1992-2002) fue un ejercicio de arquitectura que requería la resolución simultánea de dos cuestiones de muy diferente […]

Carles Martí and María Moliner´s book | Luis Gil Pita
31-10-2016 No Comments

Carles Martí and María Moliner´s book | Luis Gil Pita

You will excuse me and especially to whom in the bottom I dedicate these brief words, the not scientific at all approximation of these lines to the “written architecture” by Carles Martí. With complete certainty, his rigor and extreme modesty would never admit a text as the present. Nonetheless, in this occasion I am going to contradict the teacher … […]

Monteagudo's country house. The ruin that it remains | Luis Gil Pita
26-09-2016 One Comment

Monteagudo’s country house. The ruin that it remains | Luis Gil Pita

“Vague reflections on Juan Navarro Baldeweg’s work in Monteagudo’s ruin. A Estrada. Pontevedra.” By María Moliner, Ruin: 1. Action to a construction sink. 2. Action to any thing, material be destroyed or spiritually. 5. Remains of a sunked construction. By our particular dictionary, Ruin: 1. That one that shows again his constructive original nature, that is to say turns us […]

Bridges | Wayward Wandering
16-11-2015 2 Comments

Bridges | Wayward Wandering

A bridge is a construction that takes the persons of a site to other one happening on an obstacle, a barrier. A bridge can provide, in addition, cover, protection. María Moliner says “Construction of any class, fixed, provisional, detachable, etc., done on a river or a cut of the area to happen from a shore or across. Hereinafter the dictionary […]