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Sara Striedinger marked it as to-read Aug 05, If anyone in London happens to attend this lecture at the Architectural Association — beginning in only about an hour and a half — can you let me know how it is? Erik marked geologixs as to-read Nov 22, His collaborations with specialists in geology, anthropology, sociology, engineering, economy, software and interface design have blurred traditional boundaries.
Architecture, then, must emerge in specific places, at particular moments in history, in a continuous process of re-foundation of the territory.
Want to Read saving…. Presenting the last 15 years of his gullart, this book investigates architecture s ability to construct systems for habitable environments in diverse environmental, social and economic conditions. Preview — Geologics by Vicente Guallart.
Eshita rated it really liked it Nov 10, Guallart Architects projects blog books background contact links GeoLogics Geography, Information and Architecture Vicente Guallart Published by ACTAR, The research presented in this book gulalart the work carried out over the last fifteen years, oriented toward the development of architecture projects.
John rated it it was amazing Mar 27, Just as when a tree is planted. Kna marked it as to-read Aug 21, Shane Daniel is currently reading it May 27, John Vasquez gaviria added it Nov 12, Every architectural project is thus a manipulation of the geographic parameters of a place.
Geologics : Geography, Bits and Architecture
This research extends over a considerable period of time in which some of the initial lines of work have been consolidated as precise forms of actuation, while in other cases new lines of work have been marked out for consolidation in the future. Published February 1st by Actar first published May 30th This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Zulal Korur marked it as to-read Sep 20, A number of the projects are explained in terms of various logics that can operate at different scales or by way of multilayer systems.
Description Vicente Geologjcs, pioneer of new media in architecture, examines the technological, social and cultural changes inherent in our information society for fresh geologice of building in the city.
Ahmad Sabbouri added it Dec 20, Learn how your comment data is processed. Geography is the science that deals with the mapping of physical, economic or social phenomena on the territory. You are be adviced! Le Juan is currently reading it Dec 23, This means that the practice of the architect is transformed: Arch Lab marked it as to-read Mar 03, For this to guallrat possible, the informational processes linked to design, visualization or manufacture using digital systems can be seen as key tools in the development of new construction techniques and processes for this new hybrid reality.
Bianca Gheorghita rated it it was amazing May 03, The Best Books of In doing so it must define new codes of actuation, new principles with which to set an architectural project in motion that are grounded in their connection with the energy and the potentials geologocs the place and that, on completion, enable us to leave there open conditions in which life can operate.
Geography Information Architecture by Vicente Guallart. Architecture is thus a process that adds new layers of history to places.
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Rana marked it as to-read Sep 20, We are, then, more interested in the systemic character of the architecture than in its iconic character per se. And to accumulate this knowledge of all the values that the discipline of architecture has generated in the course of its history.
In this way, the actual definition of the working group —as in the case of a chamber group, a jazz combo or a symphony orchestra— efficiently reveals the different areas, intensities and registers of interpretation of a project. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive?
Geologics: Geography Information Architecture
Looking for beautiful books? Svergopoulos added it Gwologics 11, The projects follow a “natural” logic, referring to components originating in nature, as well as to environmental systems.
Marilyn marked it as to-read Mar 12, The buildings that geolofics construct today and the cities we inhabit are the products of an accumulation of knowledge over the course of our history. We understand the practice of architecture as an activity that sets processes in motion rather than simply surfing the conjunctural waves that periodically invade the territory.
In the pursuit of an architectural project that is more buallart an object on a background, an affirmation of personal identity on the landscape or a phenomenon on a cultural context, the human actuation must be a nature in itself capable of possessing differing degrees of artificiality both in its gestation and in its operation.