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José Luis Cuerda. Un país de cine. Xente, Espazos e Lugares
13-08-2020 No Comments

José Luis Cuerda. Un país de cine. Xente, Espazos e Lugares

El Colexio de Arquitectos de Galicia y el Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (MARCO) en colaboración con la Gerencia de Urbanismo de Vigo puso en marcha en 2009 un programa “Xentes, espazos e lugares”, con objetivo de acercar a la sociedad gallega el conocimiento del territorio y las realidades urbanas. Conferencia “Un país de cine” impartida por José Luis Cuerda. “José […]

Conversando con Tomás Maldonado
28-07-2020 No Comments

Conversando con Tomás Maldonado

Tomás Maldonado fue un pintor, diseñador industrial y teórico del diseño argentino. Fue conocido por su considerable influencia en el pensamiento y la práctica del diseño en la segunda mitad del siglo XX y es considerado como uno de los principales teóricos del llamado enfoque científico del diseño. Fue miembro fundador del Movimiento de Arte Concreto y uno de los […]

Chair Times. Una silla, una época: de 1800 hasta hoy
14-07-2020 No Comments

Chair Times. Una silla, una época: de 1800 hasta hoy

“Las sillas son importantes testigos de nuestro tiempo. Lo son independientemente de si tienen una novedad relacionada con el momento actual, es decir, si expresan una moda o representan la tendencia de una época. Son retratos de sus usuarios y reflejan el proceso de producción que les da vida. De ahí que las sillas nos permitan reconocer y comprender una […]

La ingeniería clásica y su influencia en el urbanismo actual
14-05-2020 No Comments

La ingeniería clásica y su influencia en el urbanismo actual

“Las obras públicas son  realidades muy complejas, que pueden determinar la prosperidad o la ruina de comarcas  enteras, determinan la ordenación de un territorio y no se deben planificar en función de  meros intereses electorales y coyunturales. Tampoco terminan las obras en el momento en  que son inauguradas por el ministro de turno”. Última clase magistral de D. Fernando Sáenz […]

Fritz Leonhardt y la aguja de hormigón
30-04-2020 No Comments

Fritz Leonhardt y la aguja de hormigón

Cumbres De Las Ciencias Y La Técnica. Fritz Leonhardt y la aguja de hormigón. Ingeniero alemán, se especializó desde Stuttgart en el diseño y construcción de puentes, en los que la perfección formal y estructural debía ir acompañada de la corrección estética. Sus centenares de puentes diseñados y construidos eran siempre esbeltos, finos y elegantes. De todos modos, quizá su obra […]

Dos pioneros: Buckminster Fuller y Jean Prouvé. Luis Fernández-Galiano Ruíz
13-02-2020 No Comments

Dos pioneros: Buckminster Fuller y Jean Prouvé. Luis Fernández-Galiano Ruíz

“Aunque se conocen experiencias anteriores a la Revolución Industrial, como los métodos de producción del Arsenal de Venecia, la fabricación en serie, “en cadena”, o “en masa”, se ha vinculado muy  particularmente con aquella. Se aplica a la industria armamentística para extenderse, luego, a la textil y a otras muchas más. Hace cien años de su mano se pusieron en […]

Torres Colón. La arquitectura suspendida de Antonio Lamela
21-01-2020 No Comments

Torres Colón. La arquitectura suspendida de Antonio Lamela

“Las Torres de Colón o Torres Colóna (anteriormente Torres de Jerez) es un rascacielos de oficinas de 110 metros de altura y 23 plantas ubicado en la plaza de Colón de Madrid (España). Si bien originalmente fue concebido como dos torres gemelas que compartían una misma base, tras la reforma realizada a principios de la década de 1990, estas se […]

New York bridges
26-12-2019 No Comments

New York bridges

Nueva York tiene más de 2000 puentes y túneles. Varias agencias dirigen esta red de cruces, incluyendo el Departamento de Transporte de la Ciudad de Nueva York, Autoridad de Transporte Metropolitano, Autoridad portuaria de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey, Departamento de Transporte del Estado de Nueva York y Amtrak. Muchos de los túneles y puentes importantes de la ciudad han establecido o batido récords. El Túnel Holland fue primer […]

Reyner Banham Loves Los Angeles 1972
05-12-2019 No Comments

Reyner Banham Loves Los Angeles 1972

El crítico de arquitectura Reyner Banham explora Los Ángeles en este documental de la BBC de 1972. Incluyendo un paseo por Tiny Naylors con Ed Ruscha y Mike Salisbury.  Es un documental encargado por la BBC en 1972 para popularizar su libro sobre la ciudad, lanzado un año antes. Reyner Banham hace una lectura de Los Angeles, en California, donde aparecen los […]

Tradition and Innovation A documentary about Engineer Eladio Dieste
21-11-2019 No Comments

Tradition and Innovation A documentary about Engineer Eladio Dieste

Dieste’s work takes the brick and brings it to its maximum lightness in the creation of curved surfaces from a new technology, which he called reinforced ceramics: domed constructions made with brick, steel reinforcement and a minimum of concrete. “The brick is economical in its production and has offered its own constructive logic for millennia. Throughout history, the Romans had […]

The living structures by Emilio Pérez Piñero
07-11-2019 No Comments

The living structures by Emilio Pérez Piñero

Emilio Pérez Piñero is internationally known for his contributions in the design of light structures. He contributed in this field of Architecture with his inventive capacity. Having achieved great advances in deployable structures, it is considered by great international specialists in transformable structures as an advance in its time in this field and a true precursor to the folding of […]

Diverse Spain. Architecture and Architects
24-10-2019 No Comments

Diverse Spain. Architecture and Architects

“La Noche” Program, Spain Diversa. Architecture and Architects TVE 2, 1989. Debate with Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza, Rafael de la Hoz Arderius, Antonio Fernández Alba, Luis Fernández Galiano and Josep Lluis Mateo.

Fernando Moreno Barberá, architect
15-10-2019 No Comments

Fernando Moreno Barberá, architect

He was a Spanish architect of the Modern Movement, specifically of the third generation. After his training in Germany, he stood out especially for the profusion and quality of his teaching architecture, promoted by the Law on Secondary and Professional Education (1949), although like the vast majority of European architects he also dedicated a section of his production to the […]

Recuerdos de Alejandro de la Sota
05-09-2019 No Comments

Recuerdos de Alejandro de la Sota

Talk by Manuel Gallego and Carlos Puente “Memories of Alejandro de la Sota” held at COAG Headquarters in Santiago on December 12, 2018, moderated by Carlos Quintáns.

Mathematics and beauty in architecture. On the shoulders of giants
22-08-2019 No Comments

Mathematics and beauty in architecture. On the shoulders of giants

Mathematics and architecture have a more than evident relationship since the construction of the first buildings. Mathematics not only guarantees the safety of buildings, which resist weight and do not fall, but also beauty. We find the golden reason in the Parthenon, the dome of revolution in Hagia Sophia; the 17 possible tessellations in the Alhambra in Granada, the Fibonacci […]

Escala humana. Temporada 1
13-08-2019 No Comments

Escala humana. Temporada 1

Un programa que centra su mirada en los aspectos humanos inherentes a la arquitectura, el urbanismo y el diseño. Todos ellos forman parte de nuestra vida cotidiana y generan historias que merece la pena ser contadas. El programa estará presentado por Núria Moliner, arquitecta, compositora y cantante del grupo musical Intana, que nos aportará sus conocimientos sobre arquitectura desde una […]

¿Cuál es la arquitectura del futuro?
16-07-2019 No Comments

¿Cuál es la arquitectura del futuro?

En Brasil, en medio de la nada, se construyó uno de los proyectos arquitectónicos más audaces de la Historia. Se trata de Brasilia, la capital de un país que, a principios de los años 60, buscaba un nuevo comienzo. Brasilia iba a demostrar que la arquitectura puede transformar la sociedad. Pero cincuenta años después, el centro de Brasilia es caro […]

My Architect, a son´s Journey Film (Louis I. Kahn)
02-05-2019 No Comments

My Architect, a son´s Journey Film (Louis I. Kahn)

Filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn ventures into understanding the works of architect Louis I.  Kahn, his late father. It is a documentary film (2003) about the American architect Louis I Kahn (1901-1974), by his son Nathaniel Kahn, in which the architect’s career is portrayed, as well as his family relationship after his death in 1974. The documentary won an award from the academy in […]

Modern Masters. Rafael de la Hoz Arderius
28-03-2019 No Comments

Modern Masters. Rafael de la Hoz Arderius

Conference dedicated to the Madrid architect Rafael de la Hoz Arderius (1924-2000) as part of the Modern Masters cycle of the COAM Architecture Foundation. With this cycle we want to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. Throughout his professional […]

Modern Masters. Luis Cubillo
07-03-2019 No Comments

Modern Masters. Luis Cubillo

Conference dedicated to the Madrid architect Luis Cubillo de Arteaga (1921-2000) as part of the Modern Masters cycle of the COAM Architecture Foundation. With this cycle we want to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. Luis Cubillo de Arteaga (Madrid, […]

Modern Masters. Casto Fernández-Shaw
31-01-2019 No Comments

Modern Masters. Casto Fernández-Shaw

Conference dedicated to the Madrid architect Casto Fernández-Shaw Iturralde (1896-1978) as part of the Modern Masters cycle of the COAM Architecture Foundation. With this cycle we want to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. Son of the writer Carlos […]

Modern Masters. Julio Cano Lasso
24-01-2019 No Comments

Modern Masters. Julio Cano Lasso

Conference dedicated to the Madrid architect Julio Cano Lasso (1920-1996), Gold Medal of architecture 1991, as part of the Modern Masters cycle of the COAM Architecture Foundation. With this cycle we want to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. […]

Modern Masters. Francisco de Asís Cabrero
17-01-2019 No Comments

Modern Masters. Francisco de Asís Cabrero

The COAM Architecture Foundation continues this cycle with which it wants to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. This conference is dedicated to Francisco de Asís Cabrero Torres-Quevedo (1912-2005). He entered in 1932 in the Academy of Fine Arts […]

Modern Masters. Corrales and Molezún
13-12-2018 No Comments

Modern Masters. Corrales and Molezún

The COAM Architecture Foundation continues this cycle with which it wants to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. This conference is dedicated to José Antonio Corrales (1921-2010) and Ramón Vázquez Molezún (1922-1993), which constituted one of the reference studies […]

Modern Masters. Secundino Zuazo
06-12-2018 No Comments

Modern Masters. Secundino Zuazo

The COAM Architecture Foundation continues this cycle with which it wants to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. This fifth conference is dedicated to Secundino Zuazo (Bilbao, 1887 – Madrid, 1970), architect and urban planner especially known works such […]

Modern Masters. Javier Carvajal Ferrer
29-11-2018 No Comments

Modern Masters. Javier Carvajal Ferrer

The COAM Architecture Foundation continues this cycle with which it wants to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. This third conference is dedicated to Javier Carvajal Ferrer(Barcelona, 1926-Madrid, 2013), architect and key figure in Spanish construction between the 60s […]

Modern Masters. Francisco Sáenz de Oiza
22-11-2018 No Comments

Modern Masters. Francisco Sáenz de Oiza

The COAM Architecture Foundation continues this cycle with which it wants to highlight the importance that the contemporary architectural heritage has for the society of the 21st century, the need for its social recognition and its maintenance and conservation. This second conference is dedicated to Francisco Sáenz de Oizaa (1918-2000), author of the Torres Blancas building, Torre-Triana in Seville and […]

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 […]

Teachers of the form and the space. Luciano Kulczewski
27-09-2018 No Comments

Teachers of the form and the space. Luciano Kulczewski

TEACHERS OF THE FORM AND THE SPACE it is a series that checks biographies of big Chilean architects, who with his work influenced the daily urban one and who until today affect in the form in which the inhabitant relates to the city in which it lives. In this edition, we will revise the life of the architect Luciano Kulczewski. His […]

What is architecture for Alejandro de la Sota
13-09-2018 No Comments

What is architecture for Alejandro de la Sota

“I always liked to talk about architecture as fun, if it is not done happily it is not architecture, this joy is precisely the architecture, the satisfaction that you feel, the emotion of architecture makes you smile, it makes you laugh, life is not.” Alejandro de la Sota (Pontevedra, 1913; Madrid, 1996) is one of the masters of twentieth-century Spanish architecture. […]