Tag: patrimonio cultural

Intervención en la cubierta del palacete en Azuqueca de Henares
30-06-2020 No Comments

Intervención en la cubierta del palacete en Azuqueca de Henares

Construido en el año 1850, este palacete de estilo italiano se encuentra ubicado en Azuqueca de Henares en Guadalajara (Castilla-La Mancha), rodeado por una parcela de aproximadamente 20.000 m2. ¿Qué problemáticas ser afrontaron? La estructura de cubierta del palacete estaba formada por vigas y correas de madera, sobre las que se apoyaba una ripia de madera, generando una superficie continua […]

Mercados, el alma de la ciudad | Aldo G. Facho Dede
01-06-2020 No Comments

Mercados, el alma de la ciudad | Aldo G. Facho Dede

Una de las enseñanzas más hermosas que guardo de mi madre y abuela es haber aprendido a hacer la compra en el mercado, ese maravilloso ritual que repetíamos cada semana, y que empezaba con el armado de la lista y la preparación del canasto. Ya en el mercado pasábamos por los puestos saludando a las “caseras” y “caseros”, y parábamos […]

Premio Juana de Vega de Intervenciones en el Paisaje 2020
12-05-2020 No Comments

Premio Juana de Vega de Intervenciones en el Paisaje 2020

Convocatoria 2020. Intervenciones privadas en el patrimonio construido y su entorno En el año 2020 se convoca el Premio en la categoría de INTERVENCIONES PRIVADAS EN EL PATRIMONIO CONSTRUIDO Y SU ENTORNO, que tiene por objeto reconocer aquellas intervenciones que recuperen o patrimonio construido y pongan en valor su entorno. Pueden ser candidatos al premio: autor/eres del proyecto o de […]

III Congreso Internacional Cultura y Ciudad
10-03-2020 No Comments

III Congreso Internacional Cultura y Ciudad

“Arquitectura y Paisaje. Transferencias históricas, retos contemporáneos” Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Universidad de Granada Granada, 27-29 enero 2021 https://www.granadacongresos.com/culturayciudad Bloques temáticos 1. Paisaje urbano y cultura arquitectónica Se invita a reflexionar sobre el paisaje urbano, tanto histórico como contemporáneo, prestando especial atención a aquellas dimensiones en las que la arquitectura juega un papel destacado. Son materia de interés para […]

Robin Hood Gardens & Criteria for Mass Housing | bRijUNi
10-01-2020 No Comments

Robin Hood Gardens & Criteria for Mass Housing | bRijUNi

Allison y Peter Smithson construyeron para el Greater London Council entre 1966 y 1972 estos dos edificios de viviendas sociales situados hoy al borde de la pujante área de negocios de Canary Wharf, sólo separada por las vías del tren (que no es poco) pero sólo conectadas con los antiguos muelles por un paso inferior bajo las vías del tren. […]

The Bauhaus in the Thyssen collections
10-12-2019 No Comments

The Bauhaus in the Thyssen collections

Participating in the events organised to mark the centenary of the Bauhaus, the museum is organising a small exhibition featuring works from its permanent collection by artists historically associated with that institution. It will pay particular attention to works created during the period when the Bauhaus was active (1919 to 1933), some of them included in the exhibitions organised by […]

Who do we preserve heritage for? | Aldo G. Facho Dede
25-11-2019 No Comments

Who do we preserve heritage for? | Aldo G. Facho Dede

If we asked him which building has more relevance for you? A 19th century house or the house where they arrested Abimael Guzmán? it is probable that he would choose the second one, because of it he has more historical information, and he perceives that he has had more relevance in his present. Well, possibly the first one is protected […]

Thinking with your hands. New seven lamps of artisan beauty | Izaskun Chinchilla Architects
13-11-2019 No Comments

Thinking with your hands. New seven lamps of artisan beauty | Izaskun Chinchilla Architects

Craftsmanship was very prestigious and received great public attention with the Arts & Crafts movement, which was born in England and spread through Europe before Modernity. Our exhibition design wanted to honor a fundamental book of that time “The Seven Lamps of Architecture”, written in 1849 by John Ruskin because, although it is dedicated to architecture, the reflections on craftsmanship […]

Juan’s Apartment | vora
07-08-2019 No Comments

Juan’s Apartment | vora

Before our intervention, in this apartment overlapping stages could be appreciated. Several uses through time accumulated layer over layer. At a first glance one could feel a strange and blurred atmosphere. But beyond confusion we could appreciate the power of its original defining features: a sequence of linked spaces, separated by a powerful rhythm of bearing walls; the distinction of […]

A casa do taberneiro | ARKB-Arrokabe arquitectos
05-06-2019 No Comments

A casa do taberneiro | ARKB-Arrokabe arquitectos

The building is a traditional construction with a type of medieval origin typical of the rueiros de Santiago de Compostela characterized by the presence of its two walls pinions arranged as facades. Over time, this provision of house pine tree between medianeras was being replaced with the lift of new plants and / or the replacement of the covers by […]

Cinema and architectural heritage | Jorge Gorostiza
17-05-2019 No Comments

Cinema and architectural heritage | Jorge Gorostiza

It will be very difficult to forget the first time I saw The battleship Potemkin, the film directed by Sergei M. Eisenstein in 1925, was at the end of the seventies in a party organized by the newly legalized Communist Party of Spain, inside the Castle of La Luz, in what is now the Martín Chirino Art and Thought Foundation. […]

Escuela infantil Santa Susana | ARKB-Arrokabe arquitectos
09-01-2019 No Comments

Escuela infantil Santa Susana | ARKB-Arrokabe arquitectos

Antecedentes. Estado original. La escuela infantil ocupa un edificio de Antonio Palacios construido en 1908, el “Pabellón de recreo artístico e industrial”, promovido por la sociedad del mismo nombre y que fue inaugurado coincidiendo con la Exposición Regional Gallega de 1909 de la que formó parte. El edificio contaba únicamente con dos plantas: sobre el zócalo, ciego únicamente hacia la […]

The IVrd European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA
03-01-2019 No Comments

The IVrd European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA

The European Award for Architectural Heritage intervention AADIPA, a biennial contest organized with the support of COAC (Architects’ Association of Catalonia) and AADIPA (Association of Architects for the Defence and Intervention in Architectural Heritage), the purpose of which is to distinguish quality interventions in heritage and contribute to their dissemination, opens the registration period of its 4th edition. The Award […]

Can Ricart Municipal Sports Complex in Raval | vora
02-01-2019 No Comments

Can Ricart Municipal Sports Complex in Raval | vora

The Can Ricart Municipal Sports Complex is a building located in the heart of the south Raval, in Barcelona, an area with important performances in recent years. The equipment is important for the revitalization of the neighborhood in its traditionally more degraded sector, and it has to contribute to the integration of all social sectors inhabitants of the area through […]

Bauhaus, minimalist agreement | Marcelo Gardinetti
29-10-2018 No Comments

Bauhaus, minimalist agreement | Marcelo Gardinetti

The reconstruction of demolished architectural heritage induces, fortunately, interpretations that exceed the representation of the work itself. These definitions erect parallel or antagonistic positions that cause different controversies, which generally increase the idea of patrimonial value. The reconstruction of the houses designed by Walter Gropius for the masters of the Bauhaus affected by war actions during the second war offered […]

Domènech i Montaner, a polyhedral architect
25-10-2018 No Comments

Domènech i Montaner, a polyhedral architect

Lluís Domènech i Montaner was a Catalan modernist architect able to build a hotel as a half football field in 83 days. Author of the Palau de la Música and Hosp. of St. Pau two buildings declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Lluís Doménech i Montaner is another of the main protagonists of Catalan modernism. Born in Barcelona in 1850 and since […]

Dussart Pedrón Winery | Crux Arquitectos
24-10-2018 No Comments

Dussart Pedrón Winery | Crux Arquitectos

En la línea de tiempo de las edificaciones hay muchas vidas diferentes, y todas marcan de alguna manera a las siguientes. Las mismas construcciones, los mismos paisajes, en momentos diferentes son percibidas de manera diferente; vividas, al fin y al cabo, bajo otras circunstancias. En esas vidas, además de pasar por usos diferentes, transformaciones, abandonos y renacimientos, se pasa por […]

Rehabilitación nave lateral del monasterio de San Clodio en Leiro | OLA estudio
03-10-2018 No Comments

Rehabilitación nave lateral del monasterio de San Clodio en Leiro | OLA estudio

Build a spa in a stone box. The current Hotel Monumento de San Clodio in Leiro is one of the most important pieces of Galician monastic architecture. Annex to the set were the ruins of the stables and cellar. A large stone caisson with remains of the vaults that covered the ground floor. This ruin, impregnated with gravity and time, […]

The CLESA Dairy Center in Madrid. Alejandro de la Sota
23-08-2018 No Comments

The CLESA Dairy Center in Madrid. Alejandro de la Sota

The CLESA Dairy Center in Madrid is one of the jewels of modern Spanish architecture and its author, Alejandro de la Sota, one of the most important architects in the recent history of Spanish architecture. The complex was on the verge of being demolished for the construction of houses, but an intense campaign in favor of its protection on the part […]

House PI | Enrique Jerez
01-08-2018 No Comments

House PI | Enrique Jerez

P and I are our clients, the owners of a house with land in this neighborhood of the Obra Sindical del Hogar, inaugurated in 1946 and located southwest of the city of Burgos. The original homes are very interesting: modest, rational, constructively simple and based on what could be considered a vernacular or popular architecture. Unfortunately, at present the neighborhood […]

Fronteiras. Writings and Projects of Architecture, Landscape and Territory
31-07-2018 No Comments

Fronteiras. Writings and Projects of Architecture, Landscape and Territory

FRONTEiRAS is one of the projects developed by AiPAC (Associaçao Ibérica para a Inovação, Património, Arquitectura e Cultura). Currently, it is framed as a solid catalyst for cross-border activities between Spain and Portugal and gives rise to a tool capable of uncovering and investigating the linkages on both sides of the border. A strategic action that tries to make the political […]

Islands, desert, mountain. Degree zero architecture | Josep Lluís Mateo
16-07-2018 No Comments

Islands, desert, mountain. Degree zero architecture | Josep Lluís Mateo

The fascination caused by distant places, in the limit of human existence, places where it might be better to spend than to stay, or where to stay always go along with a vague sense of threat (condition, from romanticism, at the base of the aesthetic experience). The island as a closed, finite place, with endemism as a possibility. The island […]

Standing up | Íñigo García Odiaga
30-04-2018 No Comments

Standing up | Íñigo García Odiaga

Our culture and language leads us to exposing us often to the risk of coming to superficial conclusions, based precisely on information taken of the epidermis of the things. The rapid and fast consumption of images despises the search of an interior truth. The “good look” is according to the dictionary that one that defines the good aspect or way […]