Tag: minimalismo

Deployé | Elías Cueto
23-11-2015 41 Comments

Deployé | Elías Cueto

The deployé is a transformed metal-worker, a product obtained from a simple flat sheet of steel to which a few longitudinal cuts are practised to stretch it later in the direction perpendicular to the above mentioned cuts. Of this form a new sheet is obtained, with form of enrrejado and up to five times more light. This technology uses for […]

Communicating the architecture (I) | Íñigo García Odiaga
31-01-2014 2 Comments

Communicating the architecture (I) | Íñigo García Odiaga

Le Corbusier was saying that it preferred drawing to speaking. It is more rapid and leaves less space for the lie. As the architects, also the own discipline prefers expressing in the drawing, in the image, to demonstrate his raison d’être. The architecture, maybe for his need to express and make concrete a still imaginary future, his better ally has […]

Gordon Matta-Clark and the demolition of the white bucket | Ángel Cerviño
06-12-2012 No Comments

Gordon Matta-Clark and the demolition of the white bucket | Ángel Cerviño

“Why hang things on a wall when the own wall constitutes a half so stimulating? It is the rigid mentality that establishes that the architects install the walls and the artists decorate them, what more offends my sense of both professions.” (Gordon Matta-Clark) A good part of the works minimalistas produced from finals of the years sixty of the past […]