Tag: monografía

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 […]

From time to time a talking dog and other writings appear
17-09-2019 No Comments

From time to time a talking dog and other writings appear

This compilation of texts by Chilean architect Smiljan Radić covers twenty years of written production. The texts were written for various reasons: on the occasion of the publication of a book, as conferences or to accompany an exhibition. They are an invaluable complement to better understand the work of this magnificent architect, but they can also be read independently, as sagacious […]

Fernando Higueras. From the origin
21-05-2019 No Comments

Fernando Higueras. From the origin

Ediciones Asimétricas, in collaboration with the Fernando Higueras Foundation, the ICO Foundation, the ICO Museum and the Ministry of Development, publishes the second edition of the Fernando Higueras. From the origin. It is a book that exhaustively compiles the most emblematic works made by Fernando Higueras from his first drawings in 1950 until his death in 2008. Profusely illustrated and […]

Lubetkin: Whipsnade's manifest | José Ramón Hernández Correa
11-03-2019 One Comment

Lubetkin: Whipsnade’s manifest | José Ramón Hernández Correa

On November 7, 2003 my friend Ángel Sanguino gave me a book published by the Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya titled Aprendiendo de todas sus casas. It gave it to me during a food that a group of friends architects we were doing in Toledo on the first Fridays of every month, and to whose desserts we were reading an article […]

Cesare Brandi. The classic language of the architecture
22-09-2016 No Comments

Cesare Brandi. The classic language of the architecture

The intention of this book is to re-discover the essence of the classic architecture, since he avoids the simple chronological succession of the styles and chooses like alternative certain epochs to explain his evolution. The lucid descriptions of Cesare Brandi, prestigious historian of the art, they present the evolution of the classic orders along the history across some singular buildings […]

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 […]

Le Corbusier. Ideas and Forms
28-05-2015 No Comments

Le Corbusier. Ideas and Forms

It is impossible to understand the architecture of the 20th century and of our epoch without approaching first to Le Corbusier (1887-1965). We can find his buildings in places as remote as Paris, La Plata or the Panyab and his influence it has been left to feel all over the world along several generations. Phaidon takes pleasure in presenting Le Corbusier: […]

Manuel Gallego. Architecture 1998-2015
19-03-2015 No Comments

Manuel Gallego. Architecture 1998-2015

Last Saturday, the 7th In March, 2015 the presentation of the Monograph took place ” Manuel Gallego. Architecture 1998-2015 ” of the publishing house TC Notebooks in the Bookshop Formats in To Corunna (Spain). The act was presented by Ramon Domínguez (Bookshop Formats) by Alberte Perez’s introduction (trespes architects) that gave step to the later dialog with Manuel Gallego.

Thought by Hand. The work of Flores & Prats
04-12-2014 No Comments

Thought by Hand. The work of Flores & Prats

“In the homogeneous world in which the tools are weapon that serve only to cut for the healthy thing, instantaneously, the work of Flowers and Prats it is delayed and delays in an unarmed experience, in which the tool is formed in the hand, and the work in the hand and the tool, constant. His work seems to be opposed […]

Shigeru Ban. Complete Works 1985-2010, Art Edition
03-04-2014 No Comments

Shigeru Ban. Complete Works 1985-2010, Art Edition

The paper architect. Challenging the system with inventive repurposing of everyday materials is just the beginning of his genius. Limited to 200 numbered copies, delivered in a clamshell box and each signed by the architect, this Art Edition features a special cover custom made by Shigeru Ban, with a hand-crafted mesh of polished African Samba wood (Triplochiton scleroxylon), inspired by […]

Arquia/Maestros
21-03-2014 One Comment

Arquia/Maestros

The collection arquia/maestros is a cultural program designed, produced and edited by the Foundation Arquia consisting of the recordings interviews (audio-visual monographs in DVD) realized to relevant architects of the contemporary architecture. The object of the collection is that out-standing teachers of the architecture transmit his thought, of alive voice, to future generations of architects. On March 25 h, the Foundation […]

Enric miralles 1972-2000
06-03-2014 No Comments

Enric miralles 1972-2000

Miralles’s architecture has an unequivocal background: to measure to the discipline with to develop. For it, it is not of surprising that the reflection on the time is the conductive thread of his work. Implicit and provocative time when Blanchot was announcing that, in the recollection, the past was liberated. Miralles like that, a student asks him to clarify what […]

Utzon: inspiration, vision, architecture
14-02-2014 No Comments

Utzon: inspiration, vision, architecture

Sydney Opera House is the most celebrated modern building in the world yet its architect, Jorn Utzon, has always shunned publicity and remains the least well known of the major modern architects. Written with unprecedented access to Utzon, his archives and associates, Utzon: Inspiration, Vision, Architecture presents the first comprehensive account of his work and ideas, and situates his achievements […]

Building Seagram
21-11-2013 No Comments

Building Seagram

Building Seagram s probably one of the most humane architectural monographs that have been published. Firstly, because its author, Phyllis Lambert, projects her own memories to reconstruct the process of design and construction of the building. Secondly, because the architecture is not proposed as an historical event, but as a story in itself, full of relationships, nuances and fascinating readings. […]

Berthold Lubetkin. Architecture and the tradition of progress
19-07-2013 No Comments

Berthold Lubetkin. Architecture and the tradition of progress

Few architectural monographs collect in a complete way the entire life and works of one author. Berthold Lubetkin. Architecture and the tradition of progress is certainly one of those cases. The book, originally published by RIBA in 1992 has just been reprinted and completed by Artifice Books in an essential volume. Berthold Lubetkin (1901-1990) came from Russia to United Kingdom […]

Álvaro Siza. Complete Works 1952-2013
11-06-2013 One Comment

Álvaro Siza. Complete Works 1952-2013

“The architecture is increasingly complicated. Numerous problems arise. She is not accepted as an art. It is an almost taboo to say that the architecture is an art. Nowadays, the quality in the architecture is in the habit of provoking a negative reaction. Because of it, sometimes I have the need to stop and do sketch to me. Also I […]

Magazine 1:100 Nº 39
13-09-2012 No Comments

Magazine 1:100 Nº 39

When we think about the relating maximums of the Argentine architecture, it is unavoidable not to think about the work of the architect Jorge Scrimaglio. This architect rosarino has been always a public inspector to his ideas and conception of the architecture, extremely compromised with his professional labor, far from any real-estate speculation or “marketinera”. The coherence in the use […]

Antonio Tenreiro (1923-2006)
03-08-2012 2 Comments

Antonio Tenreiro (1923-2006)

Crossed by the pictorial work of the native of Corunna Antonio Tenreiro Brochón (A Coruña, 1923-2006), author who formed a part of the same generation of artists herculinos as Labra, Molezún, Lago Rivera or Mampaso, and that was characterized by a poetical vision and intimist one of his environment. Across more than two hundred works, between oils, drawings and water-colors, […]

2G N.62 Stefano Boeri
16-07-2012 3 Comments

2G N.62 Stefano Boeri

Stefano Boeri is one of few studies of international resonance that has could conquer the intrinsic difficulties to the difficult situation that presents Italy for the studies of architecture and do of them a virtue. His path like architect has been accompanying of a commitment on the education, the critique, the edition, the politics and the cultural agitation, and there […]

2G N.58/59 Kazuo Shinohara
06-10-2011 54 Comments

2G N.58/59 Kazuo Shinohara

Kazuo Shinohara (1925-2006) is the most influential Japanese architect of his generation in the Japanese current architecture. His long shade includes from Toyo Ito, Itsuko Hasegawa and Kazunari Sakamoto, happening for Kazuyo Sejima, up to coming to the numerous excellent young architect’s offices of today. Nevertheless, nowadays his work is known scarcely in the western countries, partly due to the […]

TC cuadernos Nº 97 · Ramón Sanabria
31-12-2010 25 Comments

TC cuadernos Nº 97 · Ramón Sanabria

The public image of the architect situates  in some point between two extreme versions very spread. In a limit, the most striking and respected, are the architects crashes that they appear continuously in the means and exhibit his spectacular buildings designed specifically to call the attention. In the another extreme appears a numerous group of architects, the more denostados, that, […]