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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (89.348 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. Memoria gráfica arquitectónica del Recinto Ferial de Albacete

    Caro Gallego, Cristina; Gutiérrez Moro, María Elia
    [EN] Knowledge of architectural heritage, which is fundamental for its conservation and possible re-use, requires a complete past and present graphic definition. In order to achieve this, it is essential to carry out an investigation employing the tools of the architect’s trade: drawing and building. However, studies of architectural projects, which are on occasion imprecise, incomplete or misplaced are insufficient and make interpretation using information from any available sources a necessity. The timeline of the project’s history is necessarily constructed from its changing outline through significate periods. In this study, the method for producing the graphic record of a heritage...

  2. Más allá de la métrica. Las nubes de puntos como expresión gráfica semántica

    Puche Fontanilles, Josep M.; Macias Solé, Josep M.; Toldrà Domingo, Josep M.; de Solà-Morales, Pau
    [EN] Point clouds are objects with an unquestionable geometric value. However, the development of certain working methodologies allows the extraction of information that goes beyond the metric, allowing a semantic analysis of the documented object. In this work, we present one of these methodologies that allows, with the sole modification of the visualization of the point clouds, to highlighting the elements of semantic value in the scanned architectural object.

  3. Mano y cerebro en el dibujo de arquitectura de Luis Moya (1904-1990)

    Mosteiro, Javier
    [EN] The figure of Luis Moya Blanco (1904-1990) constitutes a singular –but, at the same time, representative– case of what the practice of drawing may become in the make-up of architectural thought.His singularity resides in three main facts: first, his intense and very particular relationship between drawing and creating in architecture (with his particular stress on constructive and geometrical reason); second, his extensive application of such a practice to very different architectural drawing uses, beyondstrictly professional ones (from parallels and analysis to hypothetical graphic restitutions, from the fantastic to real architectural sites, and a long so on); and, third, his...

  4. Las escuadras en las marcas de cantero de la Vila d’Horta de Sant Joan (S. XIV)

    Lluis i Ginovart, Josep; Costa i Jover, Agustí; Coll Pla, Sergio; López Piquer, Mónica
    [EN] In the apse of the Church of Horta de Sant Joan (1316), there are a large mason marks squads. The objective is to determine the extent and proportionality of this instrument and its possible use in the medieval factory. The approach is to determine the performance of the squad rotation, especially in staking pentagonal apse. The squads are used as an abacus for constructing regular polygons. These instruments, by small adjustments and calibrations, allow very effective results for the construction of polygons 11, 13, 14, 17 or 19 sides, that do not appear in mathematicis sources, or in the...

  5. La evolución y cambio del alzado de una vía principal durante el último siglo. Aplicación a un tramo de la Calle del Carmen de Cartagena

    García León, Josefina; Ros Torres, Josefa; Vázquez Arenas, Gemma; Montes Tubío, Francisco de Paula
    [EN] Carmen Street in the city of Cartagena has progressively developed since the 16th century, when it began to be urbanized; however, its greatest architectural boom began at the end of the 19thcentury. Cantonal war bombings (1873) and the great prosperity mainly promoted by the mining industry in 19th and 20th centuries made a great variety of new buildings proliferate in the city of Cartagena, in general, and in Carmen Street, in particular. It became a major street of the city at the beginning of the 20th century, due to its commercial strength and its architectural beauty.The evolution over time...

  6. Idealización tipológica y estilística por comparación para el estudio de los soportes en la arquitectura sacra giennense. Propuesta de reconstrucción para el caso de las ruinas de la Iglesia de Santa María de Cazorla

    Estepa Rubio, Jesús; Estepa Rubio, Antonio
    [EN] The content is focused on getting an ideal reconstruction and understanding, through comparison and constructive and geometric principles of similar models, one of the most characteristic and representative elements of the of the Andalusian Renaissance architecture: the pillar.For this target is proposed as study object the ruins of Saint Mary of Cazorla church. Its unfinished state allows us to use it as wallpaper on which fit nonexistent pieces derived from stylistic, geometric and formal analysis that, by comparison, can be deduced from equivalents architectures. The idealization of the models allows that the study of supports can approach accurately to...

  7. Estudio de los mihrabs de los santuarios de la Medina de Arcila (Marruecos)

    Vergara Muñoz, Jaime; Martínez Monedero, Miguel
    [EN] The city of Asilah (Morocco) has one of the most interesting medinas in North Africa. The religious architecture constitutes a valuable heritage that is divided between mosques, zawiyas and marabouts. In each of these sanctuaries the mihrab is the common, essential element in the interior spatial configuration. In the present work these mihrabs are studied and classified from a typological and formal point of view.

  8. Dora Maar y Margaret Michaelis: dos fotógrafas frente al arte y la arquitectura

    López Rivera, Fco. Javier
    [EN] The interest of the silent work of the artist in his studio or the continued attention of the slow gestation of the architecture, have been constant since long time ago. The good photographers have always been ready to put their careful look on this processes. It’s very interesting to peel what ocurred in the first decades of the 20Th century, and specially on the years before the spanish civil war. In this years, I will observe the figures of two women photographers – Dora Maar and Margaret Michaelis– that understood the creative processes as a fundamental part of the...

  9. Desde la geometría hasta la representación generativa. La búsqueda de una solución optimizada en el proyecto del Club Táchira (Caracas, 1955)

    Capone, Mara; Nigro, Eliana
    [EN] Complex geometry construction often derives from the research of an optimised solution compared with a defined parameter chosen as reference. This approach is entirely recognisable in the project of the Club Tachira by Eduardo Torroja.The research proposes the geometrical genesis analysis and the three-dimensional construction of the cited study case using parametric representation tools. It is therefore proved how they make a process available to not-specialised users, who are able to control complexity taking into account the principles of efficiency.

  10. Análisis y reconstrucción virtual. El Mercado de Ruzafa del arquitecto José María Manuel Cortina Pérez

    Girbés Pérez, Jorge
    [EN] The graphic survey of elements that belong to our Architectural Heritage, is now, at the beginning of the 21st Century, carried out with the help of a 3D laser scanner. But this system is useless if our “Building” no longer exists. From this system, we can move onto a photogrammetric survey, basing the work on images and intervention projects carried out on the building. But another problem arises when the available images are background images and not suitable for application to photogrammetry. In addition, if we don ́t have any available intervention projects on the building or they don...

  11. Reseñas

    Autores, Varios
    Autores, V. (2017). Reseñas. 4-11. doi:10.4995/ega.2017.8974

  12. Reseñas

    Autores, Varios
    Autores, V. (2017). Reseñas. EGA. Revista de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica. 22(31):4-11. doi:10.4995/ega.2017.8974

  13. Los modelos de New Babylon: del urbanismo unitario al modelo digital.

    Colombo Ruiz, Sergio
    [EN] The idea of unitary urbanism germinated in the Situationist International, but it was the New Babylon maquettes by the Dutch artist Constant Nieuwenhuys which gave it form as a centre of different forms of expression. It was a proposal for a future city resulting from a new culture, which would emerge from citizens who were constructors of the collective space in a playful and creative way and in a continuous direction, with technology at their disposal.His models contain ideas that appear to hint at the current digital reality, and the emergence of a new culture from computer screens. Faced...

  14. Los modelos de New Babylon: del urbanismo unitario al modelo digital.

    Colombo Ruiz, Sergio
    [EN] The idea of unitary urbanism germinated in the Situationist International, but it was the New Babylon maquettes by the Dutch artist Constant Nieuwenhuys which gave it form as a centre of different forms of expression. It was a proposal for a future city resulting from a new culture, which would emerge from citizens who were constructors of the collective space in a playful and creative way and in a continuous direction, with technology at their disposal.His models contain ideas that appear to hint at the current digital reality, and the emergence of a new culture from computer screens. Faced...

  15. Los dibujos para escenografías de Goethe

    Calduch Cervera, Juan; Rubio Garrido, Alberto
    [EN] Goethe’s facet of playwright and theater manager guarantee his architectural knowledge on these issues shown in his drawings. In its stage proposals he left the Vitruvian and Palladian models, followed in the typological definition, eliminating the architectural frons scænæ frons and preferring sets painted. Thus, fictitious architecture fit each representation but it differed from building’s architecture appropriateness.

  16. Los dibujos para escenografías de Goethe

    Calduch Cervera, Juan; Rubio Garrido, Alberto
    [EN] Goethe’s facet of playwright and theater manager guarantee his architectural knowledge on these issues shown in his drawings. In its stage proposals he left the Vitruvian and Palladian models, followed in the typological definition, eliminating the architectural frons scænæ frons and preferring sets painted. Thus, fictitious architecture fit each representation but it differed from building’s architecture appropriateness.

  17. Los collages de la casa Resor de Mies van der Rohe como transparencia fenomenal

    Vallespín Muniesa, Aurelio; Cervero Sánchez, Noelia; Cabodevilla-Artieda, Ignacio
    [EN] The application of the concept of phenomenal transparency to collage as defined by C. Rowe and R. Slutzky from its origin in cubism to the work of Mies van der Rohe triggers a reflection on how he conceived space. The Resor house project is taken as a basis to analyse how he expresses in the collages, because of their inherent nature to the organization of the figures, and it becomes apparent how it would have been made sensible in its space by the combination of the elements that comprise it.

  18. Los collages de la casa Resor de Mies van der Rohe como transparencia fenomenal

    Vallespín Muniesa, Aurelio; Cervero Sánchez, Noelia; Cabodevilla-Artieda, Ignacio
    [EN] The application of the concept of phenomenal transparency to collage as defined by C. Rowe and R. Slutzky from its origin in cubism to the work of Mies van der Rohe triggers a reflection on how he conceived space. The Resor house project is taken as a basis to analyse how he expresses in the collages, because of their inherent nature to the organization of the figures, and it becomes apparent how it would have been made sensible in its space by the combination of the elements that comprise it.

  19. Las tres emes de la arquitectura doméstica

    Arnau Amo, Joaquín
    [EN] Existing together within the scope of human living space are the present (the house), the past (the museum) and the future (the mausoleum). The History of Architecture follows this same route in reverse. The Modern age, for its part, with the help of Drawing, takes a similar path of its own, with the Enlightenment as its starting point: it envisions first the “cenotaph” (Boullée), it later gives us the “museum” (Soane), whether that be public or private, and finally it lays claim to “domestic” space (Mies), which the Modern Movement converted into a paradigm of Architecture. Memories, as selective...

  20. Las tres emes de la arquitectura doméstica

    Arnau Amo, Joaquín
    [EN] Existing together within the scope of human living space are the present (the house), the past (the museum) and the future (the mausoleum). The History of Architecture follows this same route in reverse. The Modern age, for its part, with the help of Drawing, takes a similar path of its own, with the Enlightenment as its starting point: it envisions first the “cenotaph” (Boullée), it later gives us the “museum” (Soane), whether that be public or private, and finally it lays claim to “domestic” space (Mies), which the Modern Movement converted into a paradigm of Architecture. Memories, as selective...

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