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Not in the sense of crossing place, but at least it gets close to it in the sense of the game of construction of a religious identity that disappears as an aspect of a cultural heritage.
Space, as a giver of meaning, since its beginnings and according to its functions social, religious, maziero, etc.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. 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.
This represents the contemporaneity of Reading between the lines and the ideas that it provokes today with such movements —besides being somewhat close in time, and, in a way, inside the debate that is still provoked in the humanities by the concepts of modernity, postmodernity, among others like supermodernity or transmodernity 2.
In his work, he expresses the following: Open Preview See a Problem? Want to Read saving…. The landscape motif has been turned estetida the image of a church. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. 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.
Estetica de La Arquitectura by Roberto Masiero. Thus, the author speaks of crossing places such as hospitals, estetkca, public transport stations; trains, among others. Following Ibelings, the mentioned movement, postmodernism, would be considering a marked emphasis in the context of architecture related to its surroundings.
The building is, hence, the appearance a church.
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There is certainly a deceit in the form of a game of meanings of the church as a building in the history of Europe. The landscape specter of Gijs Van Vaerenbergh [online]. However, the building does not only mimic a church from its facade, but it also pretends to be one. Conversely, the church and Christianism, instead of being re-signified through Reading between the linesit is the landscape the one that is adorned with the empty and translucent figure that holds as referent a church.
Still, Hans Ibelings considers this movement to be a brief one and questioned by the many architects that were included in the exposition Deconstructivism Architechture at the MOMA 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.
We could well distinguish it by using the category that Jean Baudrillard used to identify postmodern things: 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. 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.
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Is it a no place, then? Something similar to the Romantic Movement from esyetica 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. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Photo by Kristof Vrancken. It is, rather, completely transparent using just one material, iron 30 tons and pillars.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But it is that we expect it arquitecfura be a functional construction, as an inherent element to all forms of robdrto, because, precisely, it has sstetica walls nor it intends to have them; it was not made to house things, but to be contemplated, hence its name.
Instead of being the community a reference point for the individual, now the individual and the things connected to him are such reference point —in addition to the growing efforts in making the expressive codes uniform, even in the case of architecture, due to the market and the corporate image—, which determines the construction of new discourses.
In fact, a paradox is glimpsed: The use of iron would only be arguing about lasting things in contrast with brief ones.
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