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Cuadernos de Proyectos Arquitectónicos
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  • Towards a weak architecture: Andrea Branzi and Gianni Vattimo

    Martínez Capdevila, Pablo (2016)
    AbstractAndrea Branzi was among the first architects to incorporate the philosophical postmodernity -as it was formulated by Jean-François Lyotard and, soon after, by Gianni Vattimo- into his discourse. In the early 80’s the Italian philosopher puts forward the pensiero debole (weak thought): a  philosophy meant to be consistent with this new situation marked by an  ahistorical condition, a fragmented and babelian scenario, and the  weakening of being. Branzi not only brings this new intellec...

    Caruso St.John and Robert Smithson: Interferences

    Hernández Pezzi, Emilia; Fernández Villegas, Abel; García Marinas, Daniel (2016)
    AbstractIntersecting points of view are the common theme of this issue of Cuadernos. The protagonists of our proposed point of intersection are the artist Robert  Smithson and the architects Adam Caruso and Peter St. John. Caruso and St. John refer to the North American artist’s work in order to explain their  remodeling project of Stortorget, the town square around the baroque  cathedral in the center of Kalmar, Sweden. With this idea as a starting point, we explore the work and the concerns...

    From the Monumental Landscape to the Monument

    Quesada, Fernando (2012)
    AbstractThis article discusses the Ocatilla camp, built in the Arizona desert by Frank Lloyd Wright as an experimental architecture in 1929. This camp is proposed as a prototype with two temporary vectors, one would be to a possible genealogy and the other a possible future development. Going to the past should be traced in the House for the Christian Family by Catherine Beecher proposed in 1869, while that to the future could be made a epigone in the Environmental Bubble of Reyner Banham and...

    La política de la forma arquitectónica. Notas sobre el libro The possibility of an absolute architecture = The politics of architectural form. Notes on the book The Possibility of an absolute architecture

    Quesada, Fernando (2013)
    ResumenHa sido un importante revulsivo en el ámbito académico de habla anglosajona. Avalado por grades personalidades de la cultura arquitectónica actual, viene calificado por Peter Eisenman en su contraportada como una publicación que, bajo el inocente aspecto de libro de historia de la arquitectura, esconde “un ataque radical a la teoría”. Tras este eslogan se esconde una media verdad, porque lo que el libro de Aureli propone es el desmantelamiento de lo que, en los países de habla inglesa,...

    El lugar de la cartografía

    Carrascal Aguirre, Gabriel (2012)
    Resumen“All perceiving is also thinking, all reasoning is also intuition, all observation is also invention” Rudolph ArnheimEntre los lugares de la ciudad contemporánea existe una clase de espacio cuya importancia pasa a menudo desapercibida incluso para quienes se ocupan de su creación. Ello podría explicarse por el hecho de que, singularmente, estos espacios no tienen una ubicación determinada, siendo en esencia de carácter simbólico o conceptual. Me estoy refiriendo a las formas de represe...
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