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EGA. Revista de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica

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  1. Unos dibujos de Le Corbusier perdidos en Londres

    Jiménez Caballero, Inmaculada
    [EN] his paper presents five Le Corbusier ́s drawings –two of them never published– belonging to the speech he gave to the London Architectural Association ́s students in December 1947 to celebrate the centenary of its foundation, together with some original fragments of the speech that was pronounced in French language, life recorded and later wrote. An adapted version of it was published on Architect & Building News January 2nd, 1948 and on Irena Murrey and Julian Osley Le Corbusier in Britain. An Antology 2009, together with two of these drawings. the original speech following the life registration end the...

  2. Técnicas de musealización virtual. Los capiteles del Monasterio de San Cugat

    Cabezos Bernal, Pedro Manuel; Rossi, Adriana
    [EN] New photogrammetric survey techniques such as SfM photo-modeling allow us to document the cultural heritage through textured three-dimensional models that can be showed via the Internet through the recent repositories of 3D models, allowing suitable interactive viewing from any computer or mobile device. Even reaching a totally immersive visualization mode, when using a virtual reality viewer such as the economic Google Cardboard. This implies a great advance for the enhancement and dissemination of heritage. In this article we will discuss the application of these new techniques and recent viewing platforms that have been used to create a virtual museum,...

  3. Reseñas

    Autores, Varios
    Autores, V. (2017). Reseñas. EGA. Revista de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica. 22(29):4-11. doi:10.4995/ega.2017.7453.

  4. Representando la estructura. Reflexiones sobre la obra de Arthur Vierendeel “La construction architecturale en fonte, fer et acier”

    López-César, Isaac; Estévez-Cimadevilla, Javier
    [EN] Arthur Vierendeel published his book “La construction architecturale en fonte, fer et acier” in 1902, in which he graphically described the constructive anatomy of what he considered to be the most significant buildings from the first stage of iron architecture. The aim of this article is to highlight the most relevant aspects of this little-known work which, nevertheless, has great historiographic value. In addition, the article attempts to approach Vierendeel’s drawings by emphasising and focussing on his conciliatory attitude towards the architect-engineer dichotomy that typified the 19th century.

  5. Pensamiento visual en Patrick Geddes

    Díaz Garrido, Mercedes
    [EN] This article explores the role of the visual in Patrick Geddes’ theory of the city through the analysis of three examples. One of the most comprehensive theories, wherein the mechanisms of improvement of the city appear inextricably linked to the process of knowledge and transforming action on it. Images show themselves as an important tool of thought, introspection and communication within this process

  6. Los autorretratos de los arquitectos

    Amado Lorenzo, Antonio
    [EN] Getting deeper into the architect ́s personality to better understand their work, in the article we will be comparing Le Corbusier, Siza and Utzon ́s self-portraits thinking over their parallelism that are perceived between the perception of their own identity and the way they understand Architecture. A not so well known Borges ́self-portrait is also analyzed, which as, in another subjects as literature, confirms that the author ́s personality is also transmitted to his work

  7. Las cúpulas de Félix Candela. Análisis y reconstitución de las instalaciones deportivas de la Universidad Brown, 1965-1972

    del Blanco García, Federico Luis; García Ríos, Ismael
    [EN] The work presented below is part of the results of a research project at “Universidad Politécnica de Madrid”. In this paper we analyze the project of the sport facilities at Brown University, which was done by Felix Candela after forming a partnership with Cutting-Praeger, during the years 1965-1972.The original plans made by Félix Candela are included in the research paper. They are stored at Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library. We have also added computer generated images and drawings, which allowed us to analyze the geometry of the spherical dome. It is subdivided into hyperbolic paraboloid vaults in order...

  8. La representación gráfica urbana en los manuscritos de Leonardo da Vinci

    Hidalgo García, David; García Doménech, Sergio
    [EN] Parallel to the important Leonardo da Vinci’s artistic production, the innovations established to graphic representation systems by the numerous drawings of his manuscripts, have been treated traditionally in the background. Within this broad collection of graphics, his topographical and urban maps are even less studied. Firstly, this research, analyze graphic systems of representation used in Leonardo’s architectural studies. Then, it exposes its particular application to urban mapping. Perspective and orthogonal projection were already commonly used during the Renaissance period, but Leonardo improved its use by complementary mix between them, the particular development of bird’s eye view, and the use...

  9. La maqueta: herramienta esencial en el proceso de diseño de Richard meier

    Cabas García, Mauricio
    [EN] The process of creating models used by architect Richard Meier has great significance in the general architectural design of projects. Each model comes with a story about organizational principles, by handling internal space, which are based on geometric shapes, grids, proportions that should be exactly considered and calculated through models and tests taking into account intangibles such as light. The wonderful aesthetics and shapes of Meier work lie in the realization of an abstract idea in an endless number of models. Through the analysis of models of Richard Meier, can be concluded that the layout process of Meier exists...

  10. La invención de la retícula urbana: escuadra y arado. Una cuestión geométrica y agrícola

    García Sánchez, Rafael
    [EN] We wonder about the origin of the orthogonal tracings. It is commonly said that the layout grid is the most natural and intuitive. Is it a Greek invention? Archaeology shows that in human history, cultural phenomena are due to technological inventions and creations. We suspect that adjectives like “natural” and “intuitive” hide an inevitable subordination to the calculation of areas and plots and agricultural mapping, which takes place in the Neolithic, within plain and fertile river environments

  11. Imaginario arquitectónico e imagen del maestro moderno, tres publicaciones de Hellman, Focho y Babina

    Bravo de Laguna Socorro, Alberto
    [EN] This article explores a two-layered selection of representative works. The first selection comprises three publications by three architects/graphic artists who have each created a series of illustrations of leading architects, based on their graphic and architectural output. The publications are a book, a magazine and a website, which have different graphic strategies and a unifying theme: they all draw on the image-realm of the architect they portray to create graphic reimaginings of their subjects. From these same publications we shall then study a second selection of drawings related to five modern masters.

  12. El hombre que mira, en 4 dibujos

    Martínez Mindeguía, Francisco
    [EN] o look, to see, to interpret and to value are common operations that give diverse results depending on the subject and of the historical period. Goethe said that every attentive look addressed the world contains a reasoning on it. The present article, intends to compare this reasoning in four different drawings, of similar composition

  13. El dibujo manual como herramienta transversal en la obra de Juan Navarro Baldeweg

    Bolívar Montesa, Carmen
    [EN] This research refers us from the work to the creative process, which represents the singularity of Navarro’s work. At this point hand-drawing is always present as a creative tool. Bearing in mind that in this kind of artistic activity the hand is involved in the genesis and development of the work, –and specifically on painting, in its materialization–, it is necessary to evaluate its creative capacity across this process, which leads us to the potential of the hand through hand-drawing. It’s a creative process that distances him from the contemporary artistic activity and establishes continuity between a common personal...

  14. El dibujo de arquitectura de los años cuarenta en España: un estudio a partir de la Revista Nacional de Arquitectura

    Mendoza Rodríguez, Isaac; Álvaro Tordesillas, Antonio; Montes Serrano, Carlos
    [EN] A study of the history of representation of architecture in Spain has yet to be written. This paper provides an initial approach to the drawing of architecture in the 1940s, using architectural journals as a source for the research

  15. Edward Hopper y su casa-estudio en Cape Cod. Dibujos y pinturas entre recuerdos y experiencias

    Molinero Sánchez, Jorge
    [EN] In 1934, Edward Hopper designed and built his summer house by the sea in Cape Cod based on his experiences in the houses where he lived and the architectural designs of his pieces (Figs. 1 to 4). Taking Cape Cod Cottage as a model, he adapted this style of house for his new residence, using the understanding he acquired of this type of building from frequently painting it during the summer holidays. The water from his birthplace home in Nyack, the light of the studio in New York and the high position of the lighthouses in his canvasses are...

  16. Dos siglos de revitalización en la iconografía del Monasterio de El Escorial, 1600-1800

    Chías Navarro, Pilar
    [EN] Along the Kingdom of the Minor Habsburgs, the wide shadow of King Philip II started its fading, together with the influences of both his panegyrists and the former iconography of the Monastery. They were essential tools for building up the idea of the Monastery as a symbol of the Counter-Reformation and the power of the Spanish Monarchy. The relationship established by the successors of King Philip II with the Monastery were varied due to their respective preferences about the seasonal stages or ‘jornadas’ in the Royal Sites, and about convenience and pleasure. As a consequence, along the 17th and...

  17. Dibujos de la primera arquitectura de Nueva España: Mapas, Planos y proyectos de arquitectura del siglo XVI

    Moya Olmedo, Pilar
    [EN] Drawings of buildings that no longer exist arise as faithful chroniclers of history to be recovered.The study of the history of the territory through its architecture and its drawings is possible since they appear as a result of the knowledge and possession of the same. Talk about the architecture of New Spain in the 16th century is talking about an architecture of conquest; the architecture of the Spanish cities, but above all of the military architecture which was the one that appeared from the beginning of the conquest.

  18. Dibujando Metrópolis. El sueño arquitectónico de Fritz Lang

    Molina Siles, Pedro Javier
    [EN] The producer of the film Metropolis, directed by Fritz Lang in 1927, used three great set designers so that, through their drawings, give way to the undisputed star of the film architecture. An architecture with large architectural and urban influences that left no one indifferent. In this article we focus on the analysis of the first drawings presented these set designers, their translation into the sets, demonstrating that these are more than just a scenic background and the impact generated not only in the coming architecture but also in the image of the city of the future that cinema...

  19. Desmontaje y traslado del ábside de Fuentidueña. Experiencia y método en el arquitecto Alejandro Ferrant

    Cortés Meseguer, Luis; Esteban Chapapría, Julián; Marín Sánchez, Rafael
    [EN] En 1957 los gobiernos de España y Estados Unidos, a través del The Metropolitan Museum of Art y el Museo del Prado, acordaron la devolución de algunas pinturas de San Baudelio de Berlanga a cambio del traslado a Nueva York del ábside románico de San Martín de Fuentidueña. El ábside fue dibujado cuidadosamente y todos sus sillares numerados antes de su desmontaje y traslado hasta el nuevo emplazamiento en el museo The Cloisters. En dichos trabajos quedó patente el alto grado de profesionalidad y conocimiento de Alejandro Ferrant Vázquez. Dado que los operarios del desmontaje no iban a intervenir...

  20. De la traza al detalle: analizando la construcción a través del dibujo

    González Redondo, Esperanza
    [EN] The first plans and drawings of houses, although poorly developed, defined the project and so was the construction determined. The research is based on a selection of projects, considered as repeated case studies, and fixes the attention on the lines and their different features, the shading, colours, the texture of materials and the first drawings dimensioned discovered. The introduction of the new materials and construction techniques, together with the need of a new and a more detailed definition of projects, allows setting the origin and development of construction details. Building houses in the historic centre of Madrid along with...

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