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Lists with This Book. Karolina marked it as to-read Aug 20, Postmodernism and deconstructivism are two arqyitectura movements from the final years of the 20th century due to the fact that they appear in the globalization era. It seems that the characteristic aspect of the architectural supermodernism is its neutrality in its formal appearance, making itself apart from the traditional ways of representation that, just for their facade, the buildings told something about the things that lied indoors.

Following Ibelings, the mentioned movement, postmodernism, would be considering a marked emphasis in the context of architecture related to its surroundings.

The use of iron would only be arguing about lasting things in contrast with brief ones. Here, the spontaneity of its localization almost gives it the status of sculpture, atquitectura the signal to its immediate referent is inevitable: Un servicio de Google Groups.

Hence, its contemplation is more precise from a distance. From its communicative aspect, the question arises.

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It is a space of which we cannot say that it has been desacralized; rather, it carries the ideological effect of secularizing completely what is sacred; it is not even made a monument —which, instead of making it trivial or esthetic, it would made it monstrous—, but rather disappearance and object, as the architectural firm itself, which considers it an element of the landscape. Rodrigo marked it as to-read Jan 15, Adriana Arquitecutra added it Nov 05, Jan 05, Alper added it Shelves: In his work, he expresses the following: This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. These relations grant a cosmogonic meaning to space and weave other symbolic relations between it, the outside world the surroundingsand, of course, the community.


There is certainly a deceit in the arquitctura of a game of meanings of the church as a building in the history of Europe. Trivia About Estetica de La Ar Something similar to the visual effect produced by the impressionist painting, but without a representation of the reality of the light falling onto objects and the world, but just letting it cross over.

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This is what Hans Ibelings would say in about the turn-of-theth-century architecture: Del Desierto al libro. To ask other readers questions about Estetica de La Arquitecturaplease sign up. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Instead of having the dominant discourse —like it was the case in the Modern Era— putting architecture at its service as an esthetic and functional instrument, now architecture becomes an architectural motif; turning to functionality from its material, perceptual, and, of course, esthetic elements.

Rod rated it did not like it Jan 15, This is the starting point; the immediate reference to its meaning. However, a personal judgment about the space and the community would prevail above the historically established esstetica, and, therefore, it modifies the latter; it modifies its perception, its value, its meaning. Manuel Monroy Correa rated it really liked it Jan 31, Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Theoretical precedent It would be good to say a word or two about the architectural movements of the final years of the 20th century and about what happens today with works such as this, because it also allows us to understand the purpose of its meaning robefto mainly when arquitecthra and theological concepts mix, somehow, in a secular arquitevtura.

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Something similar to the Romantic Movement from the 19th century, but with the purpose of consummating this relation between the individual and the symbolic space from the particular view of the architect, more than a formulation from a historical and ideological discourse, as it is the case with tradition even theoretical.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Gago rated it liked it Jan 29, We could well distinguish it by using the category that Jean Baudrillard used to identify postmodern things: Today, while these categories seemed to have gone by swiftly, at least some of their ideological elements can be read in recent architectural works, due to the masiro that they are still contemporary.


Estetica de La Arquitectura by Roberto Masiero

Manuel Monroy Correa It can be assumed that the architectural space is fundamental in all cultures, that is, it is not something exclusive to a historical period or specific group. Thus, the author speaks of crossing places such as hospitals, airports, public transport stations; trains, among others. In fact, a paradox is glimpsed: Is it a no place, then? But it is that we expect it to be a functional construction, as an inherent element to all forms of architecture, because, precisely, it has no walls nor it intends to have them; it was not made to house things, but to be contemplated, hence its name.

Space, as a giver of meaning, since its beginnings and according to its functions social, religious, safe-keeping, etc. Could we not rather be before a spirituality of the landscape and of strolling?

However, some of the elements taken from Roberto Masiero, mentioned previously, serve as a backdrop to interpret some aspects of Reading between the lines 4. Martin added it Jan 05, The crossing of the light as a visual aspect and air as a tactile element stress the sense of deprivation and emptiness: For example, the architectural movement called deconstructivism sought, according to the philosophical ideas of Jaques Derrida, to make of metaphysics a work per se —that is, the physicality of the metaphysical.

However, the building does not only mimic a church from its facade, but it also pretends to be one. Open Preview See a Problem? It is, rather, completely transparent using just one material, iron 30 tons and pillars. Want to Read saving…. Books by Roberto Masiero. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Return to Book Page.