Tag: Paul Goldberger

La grapa de ABC | Alberto Ruiz
01-04-2019 No Comments

La grapa de ABC | Alberto Ruiz

José entró a la cocina con el ejemplar de ABC debajo del brazo. Se sentó en su butaca preferida, junto a la ventana mientras Trini le ponía un café. En tazón grande, con la leche muy caliente, como lo tomaba desde que era un crío. Abrió el periódico. Le encantaba el olor de la tinta y, sobre todo, que el […]

Transparent landscapes | axonometrica
25-09-2017 One Comment

Transparent landscapes | axonometrica

The perception that we have of the urban landscape is always multiple, lateral and sly. It is not only the vision the one that dominates the perception, the ear, the smell and the tact have an important paper. The amalgam of multisensory information that meets on having coexisted with an urban certain environment, constructs an archetype that of instantaneous form […]

Why Architecture Matters
30-10-2012 One Comment

Why Architecture Matters

In Why Architecture Matters, Paul Goldberger, possibly the most influential architecture critic of the last few decades, elaborates a wonderful treaty in which he explains with a concise and brilliant prose how architecture not only provides us with shelter but also shapes our relationship to space and time in a singular way, not only as individuals but as a society, […]