Google Traduction. 8 Short Architectural Texts You Need To Know. 8 Short Architectural Texts You Need To Know Update: We've added links to help you find these books for purchase and, in 5 of 8 cases, tracked down a way you can read them online for free!
Quality over quantity, so the saying goes. With so many concepts floating around the architectural profession, it can be difficult to keep up with all the ideas which you're expected to know. But in architecture and elsewhere, the most memorable ideas are often the ones that can be condensed textually: “form follows function,” “less is more,” “less is a bore.”
Though slightly longer than three words, the following lists a selection of texts that don’t take too long to read, but impart long-lasting lessons, offering you the opportunity to fill gaps in your knowledge quickly and efficiently. 1. A lesser-read piece from the co-author of the seminal Learning From Las Vegas, is Denise Scott Brown’s witty essay Planning the Powder Room. 2. 3. 4. 5. “It is we who have caused this stirring called colour. 25 Free Architecture Books You Can Read Online. 25 Free Architecture Books You Can Read Online If you don't have access to an architecture library (and even if you do), sifting through shelves can take hours.
Buying books can be even more painful — for your wallet, at least. Instead, why not browse this list of 25 books that are all free and easily accessible online? Some are well-known classics of architecture literature, but we hope you find a few surprises as well. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 121 Definitions of Architecture. There are at least as many definitions of architecture as there are architects or people who comment on the practice of it.
While some embrace it as art, others defend architecture’s seminal social responsibility as its most definitive attribute. To begin a sentence with “Architecture is” is a bold step into treacherous territory. Harvard Museums Releases Online Catalogue of 32,000 Bauhaus Works. Harvard Museums Releases Online Catalogue of 32,000 Bauhaus Works In anticipation of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus school in 2019, Harvard Art Museums has released an online catalogue of their 32,000-piece Bauhaus Collection, containing rarely seen drawings and photographs from attendees and instructors of the revolutionary German design school.
The collection features work from the likes of Mies van der Rohe, Bertrand Goldberg, Marcel Breuer, and Bauhaus-founder Walter Gropius himself, and can be navigated through a search bar and an easy-to-use set of filters, allowing you to categorize work by topic, medium, date or artist. Exploring the tabs at the top of the page will take you to the table of contents, a chronological history of the school and an essay covering the impact of the Bauhaus on the design world; or simply skip to the “Holdings” tab and select “Architecture” to begin explore the vast collection of works. H/T Curbed, The Evolving Critic. Young Architect Guide: How to Write About Architecture. It is a debate that has raged for decades among architects and architectural journalists alike: How can words encapsulate the intricacies of the built environment without becoming stuck in a quagmire of esoteric soundbites and pretentious clichés?
Writing for Architectural Record, renowned critic Robert Campbell coined the word “ArchiSpeak,” a compound word that has come to define the obscure and alienating language that architects are frequently accused of using when describing their work to clients and the wider public. Thankfully, Phaidon’s book 10x10_3 — an expansive volume on emerging architecture firms by 10 preeminent writers — goes to show that it is in fact possible to succinctly write about buildings and their designers while remaining engaging to those outside the realm of architectural design. Add To Collection Save this image to a collection Bakkegard School by CEBRA 1. Agriculture School by OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen 2. The Mountain by Bjarke Ingels Group. Arquitectura, participación y hábitat popular - Jaime Hernández García - Google Books.
Architectural Concept. Arquitextos 154.01: ¿Arquitectura vernácula urbana? La mayoría de las investigaciones sobre arquitectura vernácula incluyen la definición etimológica de la palabra arquitectura.
Architectural narratives. Vivienda Social, Una Mirada Desde El hábitat. La noción holística de Hábitat, adoptada en la PolíticaIntegral del Hábitat, que se concibe como “…el terri- torio cualificado por un conjunto de atributos donde se localiza y mora el ser humano.
Este ser humano lo construye y lo transforma todo el tiempo” .No otra propuesta ética justificaría este empeño, deque, parafraseando libremente a Le Corbusier en ellibro “La casa para el hombre”, la ciudad será para laliberación y la realización del hombre o no será.Fernando Ospina Varón, 2008. Tabla para arquitectos de discursos automáticos - COSAS de ARQUITECTOS. Departamento de Arquitectura. Arquitectura. Guión Museográfico. El guión museográfico organiza, de una forma sencilla, ordenada, precisa y directa, las obras, así como los paneles y gráficos que deben ser usados en la exposición.
Por otra parte, da idea clara de cómo debe ser tratado el tema. Limites: transparencias y espacios intermedios.