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Second issue from the Housing and Flexibility series published in a+t magazine.  The permanence of buildings was, until modern times, one of the main obsessions of the world of architecture. Nowadays, the speed of technological change and urban mobility force a reappraisal of the validity of this principle. Permanence and in consequence, immutability, are terms which do not often appear in contemporary architectural discourse. Concepts such as flexibility, adaptability and possibility to…

Second issue from the Housing and Flexibility series published in a+t magazine. The permanence of buildings was, until modern times, one of the main obsessions of the world of architecture. Nowadays, the speed of technological change and urban mobility force a reappraisal of the validity of this principle. Permanence and in consequence, immutability, are terms which do not often appear in contemporary architectural discourse. Concepts such as flexibility, adaptability and possibility to…

First issue from the Housing and Flexibility series published in a+t magazine.  The permanence of buildings was, until modern times, one of the main obsessions of the world of architecture. Nowadays, the speed of technological change and urban mobility force a reappraisal of the validity of this principle. Permanence and in consequence, immutability, are terms which do not often appear in contemporary architectural discourse. Concepts such as flexibility, adaptability and possibility to…

First issue from the Housing and Flexibility series published in a+t magazine. The permanence of buildings was, until modern times, one of the main obsessions of the world of architecture. Nowadays, the speed of technological change and urban mobility force a reappraisal of the validity of this principle. Permanence and in consequence, immutability, are terms which do not often appear in contemporary architectural discourse. Concepts such as flexibility, adaptability and possibility to…

Shanghai Hongqiao CBD Office Headquarters Building by LYCS Architecture

Shanghai Hongqiao CBD Office Headquarters Building by LYCS Architecture

Título: Density is home // Autores: Fernández Per, Aurora; Mozas, Javier; Arpa, Javier // Editor: Vitoria-Gasteiz : A+T Architecture Publishers, 2011 // Signatura top: 728.2 F363de

Título: Density is home // Autores: Fernández Per, Aurora; Mozas, Javier; Arpa, Javier // Editor: Vitoria-Gasteiz : A+T Architecture Publishers, 2011 // Signatura top: 728.2 F363de

Análisis de proyectos de edificios híbridos horizontales. Número 32 de la revista de arquitectura a+t.

Análisis de proyectos de edificios híbridos horizontales. Número 32 de la revista de arquitectura a+t.

What do design and text have in common? A lot more than you might realize. In this fascinating issue, editorial director Debbie Millman and editor Zachary Petit explore a side of design that is rarely talked about—but inextricably linked.

Buy - Print Fall 2015

What do design and text have in common? A lot more than you might realize. In this fascinating issue, editorial director Debbie Millman and editor Zachary Petit explore a side of design that is rarely talked about—but inextricably linked.

Densidad. Edición condensada

Densidad. Edición condensada

Density projects. 36 nuevos conceptos de vivienda colectiva

Density projects. 36 nuevos conceptos de vivienda colectiva

First issue from the Sensitive Materials series published in a+t magazine.  In architecture, the undesrstanding of reality as a unit, as something permanent and like "what it is", gradually being replaced by the appearance of new sensations divorced from the physical world. These new stimuli plunge us into the scenario of "what it seems to be". Faced with this situation, the return to reality reacts like the attitude that demands the five senses once more.

First issue from the Sensitive Materials series published in a+t magazine. In architecture, the undesrstanding of reality as a unit, as something permanent and like "what it is", gradually being replaced by the appearance of new sensations divorced from the physical world. These new stimuli plunge us into the scenario of "what it seems to be". Faced with this situation, the return to reality reacts like the attitude that demands the five senses once more.

In Common I

In Common I

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