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When the architects were gods
31-12-2015 No Comments

When the architects were gods

Numerous supernatural figures are known to quines there has assumed the edificiación of the space or the transmission of the technologies cosntructivas to the human beings. In the classic culture, Atenea, mistress of Athens, is probably the popular mas, but it was Foroneo quin “assembled for the first time in a community the inhabitants”. Likewise, Asmodeo, descendant of Adam (that […]

Carme Pinós. Architectures
19-03-2015 No Comments

Carme Pinós. Architectures

This book is not alone the most complete anthology of Carme Pinós’s work, but a tour of almost two decades for the topics and the worries appellants who have marked the work of the study of this Barcelonian arquitecta. Across an elegant selection of the works and the most significant projects of the study, of the critical contributions of Peter […]

Grafting Architecture. Catalonia at Venice
15-05-2014 No Comments

Grafting Architecture. Catalonia at Venice

The Institut Ramon Llull presents the Catalan sample inside the Eventi Collaterali GRAFTING ARCHITECTURE. CATALONIA AT VENICE REPRESENTS TO CATALONIA IN 14 ª BIENNIAL SHOW OF ARCHITECTURE OF VENICE. Catalonia will be present for the second time in the Biennial show of Architecture of Venice, inside the Eventi Collaterali, with a project comisariado for Josep Torrents i Alegre: Grafting Architecture. […]