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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (101.404 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.

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  1. The Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge.

    Architects, Stanton Williams
    [EN] The Sainsbury Laboratory is a leading international centre for pure research in plant science. It is situated within the Botanic Garden of Cambridge University, which was founded by John Henslow, Charles Darwin’s tutor and mentor. The Laboratory houses the University’s Herbarium, a collection which includes the plant specimens collected by Darwin himself. Along with research laboratories, it also contains meeting rooms, a lecture theatre, social spaces, and a new public café.

  2. Simon Sainsbury Centre, Cambridge Judge Business School.

    Architects, Stanton Willimas
    [EN] The Simon Sainsbury Centre is an extension to the Cambridge Judge Business School, which is part of the University of Cambridge in England. The project is originated from a masterplan to complement and update a complex architectural setting made by the juxtaposition and amalgamation of buildings and architectural interventions from different periods, some of these having a particular architectural character. The site was originally occupied by the Addenbrooke’s Hospital, which main structures have undergone several transformations since its construction. The most notable changes to the building have been the adaptation of the façade in the 1860s, example of characteristic...

  3. Musée d’arts de Nantes.

    Architects, Stanton Williams
    [EN] In Autumn 2009, Stanton Williams won an international competition for the transformation and extension of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Nantes, one of the six largest Fine Art Museums outside Paris, alongside Lyon, Grenoble, Montpellier, Rouen and Lille. The newly named Musée d’Arts de Nantes is a democratic and welcoming contemporary museum, open to the city and its people.

  4. Hackney Marshes Centre, London.

    Architects, Stanton Williams
    [EN] Hackney Marshes is a vast area of grassland in the East of London adjacent to the Olympic Park. Originally a marsh, it was drained in Medieval times, used for recreation and sport since the 18th century, and covered with rubble from damaged buildings during World War II. Today the place is best known for its expanse of football, rugby, and cricket pitches and is considered the home of Sunday League football.

  5. Central Saint Martins, London.

    Architects, Stanton Williams
    [EN] Central Saint Martins is a word leading institution in arts and design education, with roots in the in the Arts and Crafts movement in the late nineteenth century. The new building brings together, for the first time, different disciplines that were previously located in different parts of central London, into a cohesive entity. The project to design a new campus for Central Saint Martins was a key part of the regeneration of King’s Cross. The project initiated the transformation of what was one of Victorian London’s main transport hubs from a near delict state. The redevelopment of this part...

  6. Britten-Pears Archive, Suffolk.

    Architects, Stanton Williams
    [EN] Stanton Williams’ new sustainable archive building for the Britten–Pears Foundation, houses the extensive collection of music manuscripts, letters, photographs and recordings. The archive building complements the site of The Red House in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, a Grade II listed building.

  7. Escuela Infantil en La Milagrosa. Pamplona

    Arquitectos, Pereda Pérez
    [ES] Obra: Escuela Infantil en La Milagrosa. Pamplona Arquitectos: Carlos Pereda Iglesias y Óscar Pérez Silanes. Fecha proyecto y obra: 2009/9 y 2011/6

  8. Tokio, ciudad anti-desastre.

    Durán Fernández, José; Romera Giner, Juan Pedro
    [EN] In Tokyo, the shadow of earthquakes and their devastating fires has hovered over the city since its founding, but it has become darker since the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923 and longer since the American bombings during the Second World War. For this powerful reason, the creation of a safe city prevails as the vital key of the city's construction. In this article, the urban mechanisms, which impose a slow transformation process of the city, used to fight against the urban vulnerability are studied aiming to keep its almost ten million inhabitants out of harm’s way. The methodology used consists...

  9. Tectónicas de proximidad: reflexiones acerca de la obra de Stanton Williams

    Rettondini, Lara; Brito, Oscar
    [EN] The method of layering materials is the more noticeable in the work of Stanton Williams. To obtain a cohesive ensemble, they combine exposed concrete with a carefully selected stratum of ‘noble’ materials including stone, as in the Sainsbury Laboratory, or timber, as in the Britten-Pears Archive. This considered juxtaposition allows them to establish a serious dialogue between materials that enhances their inherent qualities, something that the practice indicate as fundamental to the way in which their buildings are perceived. By carving, folding and layering, Stanton Williams aim to intensify the production of a tectonic experience at multiple scales, which...

  10. La trama en la Ciudad Artesanal de Sèvres: síntesis de las aspiraciones de una generación.

    Martín Domínguez, Guiomar; de Esteban Garbayo, Javier
    [EN] Although they usually signed under one common name, the three members of the Candilis-Josic-Woods team also developed works on an individual basis. This occurred in the Citè artisanale in Sèvres designed by Alexis Josic between 1961 and 1965. Conceived just one year prior to the Free University of Berlin, in parallel to the competition for the reconstruction of Frankfurt and while Woods published his theory of the ‘web’ concept in Le Carré Bleu, this proposal was an important breakthrough in the use of geometric iterative patterns as a design method applied by the team and allowed for the determination...

  11. Entrevista con los Directores de Stanton Williams

    Rettondini, Lara; Brito, Oscar
    [EN] Interview with the Directors of Stanton Williams: Alan Stanton, Paul Williams, Patrick Richard and Gavin Henderson.

  12. Aprendiendo con Mies. El espacio universal de Louis Rocah

    Garcia-Requejo, Zaida
    [EN] The educational achieved by Mies van der Rohe as Director of the Department of Architecture of the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) made it possible for the lecture halls to become a laboratory of ideas, where solutions that were tested had a major influence on his subsequent built projects. Many of the students who were trained according to his doctrine contributed through their final master’s degree projects towards a continuous process to search for new structural proposals. This article presents the work carried outby Louis Israel Rocah as his final master’s degree thesis to obtain the postgraduate qualifications from...

  13. Cinco Stradivarius y la continuidad de la civilización

    Campo Baeza, Alberto
    [ES] Prologar un libro es como afinar un instrumento. Prologar una publicación con cinco obras de arquitectura de Carlos Pereda y Óscar Pérez Silanes es como afinar cinco instrumentos de primer orden. Como si de cinco Stradivarius se tratara. En este caso, a este afinador le cabe el honor de afinar una estupenda colección de Stradivarius. Porque todo lo que han ideado y construido estos dos arquitectos, Carlos Pereda y Óscar Pérez Silanes, es de una calidad extraordinaria.

  14. Tecnología industrial y espacio sacro. Iglesia de Baranzate 1957

    Mocholí Ferrándiz, Guillermo; Serra Soriano, Bartolomé; Verdejo Gimeno, Pedro
    [EN] In Baranzate a church is erected designed with four concrete pilasters, bush-hammered by hand to give the rough appearance needed to contrast it against the fi neness of the board that supports them; a cover with a prefabricated and post-tensioned section. A system which frees up the enclosure from the structural work and defi nes itself as a fi ne element of thin double transparent glass. A dialogue between the lightweight and thin light box and a concrete structure with texture and volume. An encounter between two materials addressed by A.Manigiarotti and B. Morassutti with the most current advanced...

  15. Promenade Sacra en tres tiempos. Sobre la capilla en Neviges de Gottfried Böhm

    Hidalgo Arellano, José Ángel
    [EN] Thanks to architects like Gropius, Mies, Schwarz and Van der Laan or Dominikus Böhm himself, Gottfi red Böhm is placed in a privileged observatory of architecture, art and the liturgy when at the beginning of the 60’s, he receives the assignment to build the Church in Neviges. The article will analyse the work around three axes: the relation with German expressionism (Scheerbart and Tuat), the reading (and the answer) in its context (typology, landscape and scale) and the incorporation of the new Catholic liturgy (iconography, space and light).

  16. Pekka Pitkänen. Capilla de la Santa Cruz. Turku, 1967

    Castellanos Gómez, Raúl; Domingo Calabuig, Débora
    [EN] The analysis of the Chapel of the Holy Cross (1967) of Pekka Pitkänen in the Turku(Finland) cemetery shows the affi nity between a set of contemporary religious building, geographical proximity, and built with the material of the moment: reinforced concrete. The churches of Viljo Revell or Aarno Ruusuvuori integrate a family of projects among which the work of Pitkänen demands an important place while the comparison with the nearby Chapel of the Resurrection (1941) by Erik Bryggman contributes to revealing the evolution of Finnish sacred architecture between its two most paradigmatic cases.

  17. Parroquia Iesu. San Sebastián. España

    José Rafael Moneo, Arquitecto
    [ES] Tras la Catedral de Los Ángeles, la Parroquia de Riberas de Loiola que el Obispado de San Sebastián proyecta levantar en el nuevo barrio que se construye en el meandro del río Urumea, es para el arquitecto una nueva experiencia en el proceloso territorio de la arquitectura religiosa. Y así, si en Los Ángeles el arquitecto se sentía intimidado por el contenido simbólico que la Catedral reclamaba y por su escala, en la Parroquia de Riberas de Loyola se siente un tanto liberado de tales cargas, siendo consciente, sin embargo, que en esta ocasión se le pide a la...

  18. Lugares de la arquitectura sacra contemporánea. Luz mediática versus tiempo de meditación

    Martínez Medina, Andrés
    [EN] In the 20th century, more Science than Arts – it appears that we still do not have all the answers, and so perhaps this is why we continue to build religious architecture, hence this synthetic journey through its sacred architecture. This is done with three levels of analysis of these places that are always symbolic. One: relative to architectural space that renews the imaginary through its essential elements. Two: relative to the light and the image of transforming the liturgy into entertainment for the masses. Three: relative to the tactile dimension the passage of time exhibits. For what is...

  19. Lugares de arquitectura sacra. La asamblea litúrgica como referente funcional

    Moreno Seguí, Juan María
    [EN] The spaces of sacred architecture are so called for their embrace of the liturgical function. Its approach comes from the need to tend to the signs as a means of connecting to the realities of the spiritual character and as such, not sensitive Within the Catholic Church, the ll Vatican Council has assumed radical changes in the characteristics of the churches based on the transformation of some of the liturgical aspects, form what is called the Liturgical Movement. The design of churches, in this context, has to respond to the approach to liturgical assemblies supported in the concept of...

  20. La iglesia de Sainte-Bernadette en Nevers. ¿Conclusión expresiva o principio oblicuo?

    Fullaondo Buigas de Dalmau, Diego
    [EN] Claude Parent and Paul Virilio conceived La Fonction Oblique (The function of the Oblique) between 1963 and 1966. Their most signifi cant building assignment was the church of St. Bernadette of Nevers which was presented as the materialisation of the theory. However, more than just a project in obliquity, Nevers is an exercise in the translation of an old obsession of Virilio, the German bunkers of the World War, and a plastic conclusion of Parent and his previous experimentation around the informality of architecture. This lack of harmony has provoked certain confusion with respect to The Function of the...

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