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Director´s Office of the Oud-Mathenesse Neighborhood | Marcelo Gardinetti
21-09-2015 No Comments

Director´s Office of the Oud-Mathenesse Neighborhood | Marcelo Gardinetti

When Johanes Jacobus Pieter Oud is nominated an architect of the city of Rotterdam in first 1918, one of his aims it was to plan an important quantity of urban interventions, promoting the construction of numerous neighborhoods with the aim to relieve the deficit of housings. The first intervention of the urban development plan that public does is the design […]

Public rehabilitated space | Íñigo García Odiaga
09-10-2011 34 Comments

Public rehabilitated space | Íñigo García Odiaga

The normal growth of the cities often takes place of concentric form, from the center towards the periphery. In this slow but continuous movement of expansion the most urban activity of the center is absorbing the periphery of the city. It is transforming his typical uses, as the manufacturer or that of infrastructures of communications in more own others of […]

The garden of the contemplations | Íñigo García Odiaga
05-06-2011 39 Comments

The garden of the contemplations | Íñigo García Odiaga

The architecture of the pavilions, of the small facilities is in the habit of producing very extreme results, or they generate projects of incalculable value on those who will be debated for years or on the contrary they present noisy failures.  The ephemeral of these constructions, his symbolic value and the lack of specific uses to sheltering, contribute to the […]