Structure laboratory: the contribution of the buildings built for the World's Fairs to the history of architecture structural typologies. The work focuses on typological and design aspects, ranging the period from the first World Fair held in to the year Numerous historical relations are established between Exhibition buildings and others besides these events, either precedents or sequels. This method places exhibition buildings in the technological context of their time and therefore proves justice to its value. The thesis not only aims to technical issues but also relates the structures of exhibition buildings to the different architectural trends based on technological exaltation or structural fantasy, taking also into account the main historical events in western world during the studied period. The thorough documentary work and the rigorous analysis of all these documents delivers justice to the value of these buildings, otherwise in marginal consideration, and helps detect mistakes in classical publications on history of modern architecture.
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The course syllabus and the academic weekly planning may change due academic events or other reasons. Spanish contemporary architecture.
Type: Courses of humanities. Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link.
Ability to identify the housing and urban design issues that arise in twentieth-century Spain and the answers that architects give throughout the period studied. Ability to recognize the period to which a building belongs by analyzing the most significant features. Identification of each architectural style with the society that generates it.
Awareness of the contemporary real estate and its necessary protection. Description of contents: programme.
Modernism and modernisms. Rupture with tradition and return to the origin of mimesis. Historicism, the recovery of the past in the development of modern architecture. Eclecticism, or the search for a balanced middle term. Regionalism as a possibility to combine the modern and the vernacular. Rationalism and functionalism in the vague frontiers of orthodoxy. Postwar architecture, between the Empire and the Town.
Organicism, the respect of architecture for its environment. From Frank Lloyd Wright to J. Coderch and L. High-tech architecture, relations with engineering. The seduction of structures. Postmodernity and deconstruction. Peter Eisenmann in Galicia. Frank O. Gehry and the 'Guggenheim Effect'. Learning activities and methodology. There will be a visit to an exhibition on contemporary architecture that is being held in Madrid and the practical work of the subject will revolve around this exhibition.
Assessment System. For the practices to be average, the exam must be passed with at least five 5 points out of ten Attendance to compulsory class: it will pass signature sheet and the third absence will lose the right to examination. Basic Bibliography. Madrid, Sociedad Estatal Hanover Summa Artis.
Espasa Calpe. Additional Bibliography. Antonio Palacios constructor de Madrid.. Historia de la arquitectura occidental.
The course syllabus and the academic weekly planning may change due academic events or other reasons. Spanish contemporary architecture. Type: Courses of humanities. Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results.
Historia de La Arquitectura Occidental II
One of the first streams of Romanesque architecture in Europe from the 10th century and the beginning of 11th century is called First Romanesque or Lombard Romanesque. It took place in the region of Lombardy at that time the term encompassing the whole of Northern Italy and spread into Catalonia and into the south of France. Its principal decoration for the exterior, bands of ornamental blind arches are called Lombard bands. It was characterized by thick walls and lack of sculpture in facades, and with interiors profusely painted with frescoes. During the first quarter of the 11th century, much architectural activity by groups composed of Lombard teachers and stonemasons Comacine Guild , who worked throughout much of Europe and Catalan territories and erected fairly uniform temples, some of which still exist today.
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Historia de la Arquitectura occidental. Front Cover. Fernando Chueca Goitia. Dossat, — Architecture — pages.