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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (72.956 recursos)

RiuNet es el Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politècnica de València, gestionado por la Biblioteca, cuyo objetivo es ofrecer acceso en Internet a la producción científica, académica y corporativa de la comunidad universitaria con la finalidad de aumentar su visibilidad y hacerla accesible y preservable.

EGA. Revista de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica

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  1. Nueva York: relatos gráficos

    Barros Costa, Hugo
    [EN] Last semester, I was lecturing, as a visiting scholar, at Parsons School of Design, New York, My stay was focused on the research, communication and rendering of the Urban landscape, by means of personal drawing, as well by researching in New York libraries, museums and archives. Trying to “see” this dynamic city from the Bronx to Long Island Beach, through my personal drawing was such a visually enriching experience. Expressing the atmosphere, light and form I experienced under the Brooklyn Broadway metro beams, in the heart of Brooklyn, was thrilling, intense and stirring. Today, after a few short months...

  2. Metodología para la reconstrucción virtual interactiva en modo videojuego del patrimonio cultural. Aplicación al castillo medieval de Torreparedones (Baena)

    Porcuna Bermúdez, Diego; Córdoba de la Llave, Ricardo; Sanz Cabrera, Jerónimo; Montes Tubío, Francisco de Paula
    [EN] Advances in graphical power of computers increase the realism of 3D virtual representations and the quality of details, allowing for very precise studies on the typology and constructive methods. This has allowed to put the images and graphic animations in a virtual scenario, in which the observer connects with the heritage interactively with total freedom of movement. Archaeological evidence of Medieval times at Torreparedones site identify a castle and an area of auxiliary services. By using the software of game engines, commonly used for leisure and entertainment, and archeological reports, is expected to reconstruct a dynamic scenario with elements...

  3. La recuperación del cómic: Neutelings & Riedijk, Sanaa y Lebbeus Woods

    Escoda Pastor, Carmen
    [EN] The revival of drawn stories, which today we know as comics, provides architectural representation with great expressive potential, one which supports the transmission of ideas and concepts in an easy and attractive way. Architects started to use the language of comics as a form of communication, as seen in Archigram’s revolutionary manifestos, in Superstudio’s storyboards, in the comic books of Koolhaas and Big group, in the striking panels of Neutelings & Riedijk and Sanaa, and in the invention of Lebbeus Woods’s imaginary cities.The comic is represented as a panel, or as a diagram, or follows the style of contemporary...

  4. La parametrización, una herramienta informática como ayuda en el proceso creativo del arquitecto. La cubierta de un centro budista en tenerife

    Gilabert Sanz, Salvador
    [EN] Creative processes of architecture are multiple and sometimes conceptually varied, in the project to cover a Buddhist center in Tenerife, we pretended not to turn away from a creative process of integration between the program or the budget, but also introducing own original concepts, and inspired by other arts. We have tried to dilute any mental border, creating networks between all this information to integrate these divers concepts in the realization of the project

  5. Documentación del patrimonio cultural. Método basado en la fusión de técnicas fotogramétricas y de escaneado óptico de triangulación

    Molero Alonso, Borja; Barba, Salvatore; Álvaro Tordesillas, Antonio
    [EN] The continuing progress over the last years on three-dimensional surveying equipments –software and hardware– has increased the range of possibilities for the recording, documentation and dissemination of heritage. However, and based on this following hypotheses, there are yet several obstacles in the creation of photorealistic and reliable 3D models among some geometric and radiometric fields. These problems arise when the pieces offer difficulties for scanning such as the lack of defined edges in the geometry of the object in question and/or the impossibility of recording due to the type of finish (color, uniformity, reflectance...)This study suggests and presents results...

  6. Antonio Bonet. Sistemas de agregación urbanística análisis gráfico de las viviendas del poblado Hifrensa (1967-75)

    Ródenas García, Juan Fernando
    [EN] Most of Bonet’s work in both architecture and urban planning uses patterns that implicitly contain systems of growth such as those found in natural biological life forms. When he designed La Ricarda House (1949-62), Bonet was looking not for a final definitive form but for a system that could grow. La Ricarda may be said to share its ‘genetic code’ with with his other works that also use sculptural expression of the roof and modular architecture as compositional resources (Berlingieri House, Rubio-Murcia House, Balañà House, the Hifrensa School). The same occurs on a larger scale in his urban developments,...

  7. Análisis gráfico de los criterios de proyección de la Gran Vía de Colón de Granada y de su evolución constructiva

    Martínez-Ramos e Iruela, Roser; García Nofuentes, Juan Francisco
    [EN] The construction of the Gran Via de Colón of Granada is developed/takes place between 1898, year in which the Church of the Sagrado Corazón is built, and 1934, approximate date of finishing of the building Caja de Previsión Social. By analyzing the original distribution plan of the properties –signed in 1891 by the municipal architect Modesto Cendoya y Busquets–, the building typologies –rental housing model– and using drawing as the building chronology interpretation tool, the design criteria of this unique opening project seems to evolve through time and differs from its starting point. Its execution was permanently conditioned to...

  8. Action drawing. Una apuesta por el dibujo

    Salgado de la Rosa, María Asunción; Raposo Grau, Javier Fco.; Butragueño Díaz-Guerra, Belén
    [EN] The model of unlimited growth of the cities has entered into crisis and its consequences collide head-on with the understanding of the building as the ultimate purpose of the architecture. More than ever, it is necessary to generate a debate on the future of the architecture, raised from new points of view. Open the debate from the graphical experimentation, from the drawing, could be a solution, given that it is a discipline that has experienced one of the biggest technological advancements in recent times

  9. Una casa para Juan Navarro Baldeweg

    Martínez-Díaz, José Enrique; Hidalgo Delgado, Francisco
    [EN] Establishing the relations between the world of plastic project concerns and materially defined architectural forms is a step that arises in the work of many architects, including Juan Navarro Baldeweg as a leading figure. The underlying mechanisms concealed in nature around us and the physical forms that boost our creative drive are originated, a priori, in the same way for all the branches of art creating that bond between them.This article aims to achieve, through the figure of the architect, sculptor, painter and writer, Juan Navarro Baldeweg, and his project “A house for an intersection,” that conception of the...

  10. Studio Labayen-Aizpurua. Un laboratorio experimental neoplasticista

    Villanueva Fernández, María; Naya Villaverde, Carlos
    [EN] With the development of the avant-garde in the early twentieth century, the debate, long before started, about the relation of art with architecture and furniture, was revived. The paper explains how those new artistic forms permeate through the development of those disciplines, and represent an image of modernity to some architects who take on that formal language and integrate it into their works. This research explores the case of the Studio of the Spanish architects Joaquin Labayen and Jose Manuel Aizpurua, who not only used Neoplasticism in their early works, following architects such as J.J.P. Oud or P. Mondrian,...

  11. Restitución gráfica de la sala 12 del Palacio Condal de Oliva a partir del legado gráfico de Fischer y Lauritzem

    Martínez Moya, Joaquín Ángel
    [EN] The Earls’ Palace in Oliva, which was declared a National Monument in 1920 but today has almost disappeared, was a point of reference of the Valencian late-Gothic architecture. The aim of this paper is to detail a graphical restitution of one of its great halls, Hall 12. The work started with the graphic information dating from between 1219 and 1920 that was collected by the Danish architects Fischer and Lauritzen. These data were processed in order to define and draw each of the singular elements that went to make up the Palace, together with the whole complex, following a...

  12. Reseñas

    Autores, Varios
    [EN] Book reviews, dissertations, XVI Congreso Internacional de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica. Obituary Zaha Hadid

  13. Panoramas esféricos estereoscópicos

    Cabezos-Bernal, Pedro M.; Cisneros Vivó, Juan
    [EN] The advances in the field of digital imaging have expanded the horizons of panoramic photography, thanks to the development of stitching software, with which several images can be joined in a wide field of view panoramic image. The panoramas produced by stitching software can reach a field of view of 360 degrees horizontally and 180 degrees vertically, in case of a spherical panorama. This kind of panorama has a great potential representing the architecture, so it could be interesting to add a new dimension applying the stereoscopic vision foundations. Therefore, the article focusses these issues in order to provide...

  14. Los oscuros orígenes de la cámara oscura: Alhacén y sus predecesores

    Fraga, Fernando
    [EN] In the heart of the 21st century, we have been surprised witnesses of a coarse pinhole projection among different professionals. This fact shows that in spite of the thorough study made by specialists, the so called Camera Obscura is something that has been talked about but only a few have experimented.Without the help of a lens, the image projected by a camera is dim and not clear. Only in ideal luminous circumstances, a good hole quality and total darkness would it be possible to efficiently trace the outline of the projected image. Once this fact has been confirmed since...

  15. Los dibujos de José Borobio en el periódico de arquitectura ANTA

    Bernal López-San Vicente, Amparo
    [ES] La dimensión artística del arquitecto zaragozano Jose Borobio Ojeda (1907-1984) es una parte esencial de su vida que articula su trayectoria personal y profesional. El conjunto de su obra gráfica ha sido analizada y difundida en diferentes exposiciones y publicaciones. En este artículo centramos el estudio en los apuntes de arquitectura realizados durante un viaje de estudios al Albarracín organizado por Teodoro de Anasagasti en 1930. Dos años después, Anasagasti seleccionaría esos apuntes para ilustrar el periódico decenal de arquitectura Anta que él mismo editaba. La expresividad del trazo lineal característico de sus dibujos le convirtió en un protagonista...

  16. Las litografías de Louis Lozowick y su influencia en Louis Kahn

    Montes Serrano, Carlos; Galván Desvaux, Noelia
    [EN] The paintings and drawings of the architect Louis Kahn were catalogued in a book by Jan Hochstim (1991), which allowed those interested in his graphic work to study them in greater depth in later publications. This essay is intended to show possible influences upon certain drawings by Kahn from the lithographs of Louis Lozowick, an artist who was very well known in the early 1930s because of his drawings of the American Scene

  17. La lectura de Jorge Oteiza de «Saber ver la Arquitectura» a través de sus reflexiones dibujadas: influencia en sus trabajos arquitectónicos

    López-Bahut, Emma
    [EN] In 1953, Jorge Oteiza read Bruno Zevi’s book Architecture as Space. How to look at Architecture, making notes and drawings in his copy, which is preserved in his personal library. This reading had an influence on the architectural projects he was developing at that time, both in interiors such as the Córdoba Chamber of Commerce, or exteriors such as the façade of the Basilica of Aránzazu. From its analysis, this reading can be considered as a key point in the evolution of the sculptor’s relationship with architecture, as it led him to consider space as a common material, allowing...

  18. La iconografía del Monasterio de El Escorial: Tradición e innovación en cuatro siglos de imágenes impresas

    Chías Navarro, Pilar
    [EN] The Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial focused the interest along more than four centuries as an outstandig Spanish monument. This interest produced an interesting set of images and texts, that still are not widely known. This research focuses on the way these images of the Monastery and the ideas they symbolized were transmitted, both in subjective and objective contexts. The main target is the study of all kind of printed images that were either diffused as individual sheets, or included in factice atlases, and even inserted as illustrations into the texts. They are artworks in books...

  19. La biblioteca de un arquitecto modernista

    Amado Lorenzo, Antonio
    [EN] The architectural Art Nouveau of the early twentieth century in countries such as Spain, and particularly in the more peripheral cities such as A Coruña, was clearly influenced by the Vienna Sezession. The figure of Otto Wagner, and in particular the influence of publications about his work, and that of his followers, on the Madrid and Barcelona schools of Architecture was fundamental. An analysis of the library of the architect Julio Galán, who designed several of the most important works of architecture in A Coruña, confirms these influences

  20. La bóveda anular del Palacio de Carlos V en Granada. Levantamiento y análisis geométrico y constructivo

    Salcedo Galera, Macarena; Calvo López, José
    [EN] During the 16th century, several peculiar torus vaults were built in Spain. The larger and better-known is the ring vault located in the courtyard of the Palace of Emperor Charles V in Granada, next to Alhambra. The courses of this exceptional masonry piece turn around a vertical axis, in contrast with other contemporary pieces, such as a number of torus vaults around Murcia, in particular the vault over the inner space of the funerary chapel of Gil Rodriguez de Junteron in Murcia Cathedral. In order to analyse the geometric and constructive traits of this particular construction, the authors have...

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