Event in a World as Juxtaposition
Phd Thesis, Second First Prize, 10th Biennial competition on PhD thesis on architecture, 2015
In this PhD thesis "Event in a World as Juxtaposition", ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAMME is concived as the material that governs architecture and connects our desires with the world we live in; in other words, programme has the power to produce a more active and more connected architecture. As such, this analysis delves deeper and questions the effects rather than the support- like at the cinema, where our attention is focused on the film as opposed to the screen. The crucial thing is to design events and occassions, occurrences and their relationships.
Fundación Arquia, October 2020. NEW. AVAILABLE from end of NOVEMBER 2020.
- FOREWORD. A MEAL, TWO HOURS, AND THREE TOPICS IN ONE LONG TAKE by Eduardo Arroyo, Carlos Pérez-Pla, Federico Soriano, Pedro Urzáiz
1.1. PROGRAMME AND ARCHITECTURE
1.2. PROGRAMME AND ITS EXPANDED CONCEPT
2.1. SPACES AND ACTIONS
2.2. SYNERGIES AND EFFECTS
3.1. TIME AND SIMULTANEITY
3.2. COMBINATORIAL ANALYSIS AND FOUR-COLOUR PROCESS PRINTING
4.1. MAGNETISMS AND FERTILITY
4.2. MALLARMÉ AND JUXTAPOSITIONS
5.1. GRAZING AND SITUATIONS
5.2. THE NO-MAN’S LAND AND APPROPRIATION
5.3. THE CHIMERA OF TOKYO AND THE AUTO REPAIR SHOP
WITH A BOWLING ALLEY
Editorial Fundación Arquia. Editorial coordination: Yolanda Ortega Sanz (FQ), Design and layout: gráfica futura, Print: Artes gráficas Palermo
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