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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.

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  1. Reseñas

    Autores, Varios
    Reseñas de libros y tesis. Exposición Campanar. Obituarios: Juan Antonio Sánchez Gallego y Francisco Coello de Portugal

  2. Proceso de ideación de la casa Rudofsky, Frigiliana. El dibujo en la dimensión patrimonial de la obra arquitectónica

    Loren Méndez, Mar; Pinzón Ayala, Daniel
    [EN] Bernard Rudofsky is undoubtedly one of the most innovative and versatile creators of architecture and design of the 20th century. This article offers a detailed study of the drawings of his house in Frigiliana, an authentic manifesto and synthesis of contemporary living, claiming with it the values of vernacular architecture, its landscape dimension and the economy of means. Based on unpublished drawings, located in different archives, the research unveils for the first time the ideation process of house. The progressive refinement of the project and the degree of collaboration with Coderch through the graphic transformations are detected in sketches...

  3. Los dibujos arquitectónicos de Víctor Hugo: entre la realidad y la ensoñación

    Llopis Verdú, Jorge
    [EN] Victor Hugo was not a painter nor an architect, so the search developed in his drawings was rather conceptual than formal. His drawings seek to go into detail about the creative soul of the artist through the experimentation and the chance; intrusion into the inner world that lies beneath the creative myth. They are reflection of the world in which his literary work is developed, not in a literal but in a symbolic way. Victor Hugo does not draw architecture, he draws the chaos, the exaltation, that sublime. Hugo explores through drawing the spatial universe in which his literary...

  4. Los árboles de los pintores: laboriosa ociosidad

    Báez Mezquita, Juan Manuel
    [EN] The painting and drawing of complete trees, including all their branches and leaves, in a wholly realistic way is an unreachable goal. As an alternative, artists have opted for taking a part of the tree’s structure as their model, or choosing examples of small trees, with which they can work on the exact definition of each detail. This paper analyses the nature of the problem and some of the solutions found

  5. La importancia del dibujo en la obra de Rafael Moneo. A propósito de una exposición

    Franco Taboada, José Antonio
    [EN] This article explores the pre-eminence of the drawing in the work of Rafael Moneo, coinciding with the first retrospective of the architect’s career. The study examines how the strong focus of the exhibition on the role of the drawing, most notably in the exhibition catalogue, makes this retrospective a veritable manifesto for Moneo’s architectural thought

  6. La alegoría como lenguaje: narración y representación en Daniel Libeskind

    Escoda Pastor, Carmen
    [EN] One of the most commonly used resources as a project strategy in contemporary architecture is allegory, understood in terms of “speaking about the other.” Allegory transforms what one feels or experiences, in architecture by embodying and reviving the memory of certain events. Along these lines, this article tackles analysis of one work by Daniel Libeskind, which is an example of using allegorical language in architecture and its embodiment through diagrams, caligrams, pentagrams, collages, drawings and models, creating a multidisciplinary process. That is a project that has recreated traumatic events for humanity through allegory, such as the Holocaust, in a...

  7. Fincas y cazaderos reales en el entorno del monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial: tradición medieval e influencia flamenca

    Chías Navarro, Pilar
    [EN] The Flemish influence on the ambitious building program of King Philip II of Spain focused the interest of some reseachers. But the inheritance from the Emperor Charles V and his predecessors of the Crown of of Castile was much wider, and since the early times of King Alphonse X the Wise these influences were in evidence in the royal country estates and their buildings. Our research analyses these influences in the surrounding properties of the Monastery of San Lorenzo of El Escorial, where King Philip II developed an outstanding set of palaces and estates for both hunting and resting...

  8. El paralelo. Bosquejo de un método gráfico

    Muñoz de Pablo, María José; Martínez Díaz, Ángel
    [EN] The graphic parallel has been –and remains– an exceptional method of knowing, learning, researching and disseminating the urban and architectural form. Here we try to outline the principles governing its design and take a slight look at some of the milestones of its intense history, that deserves a thorough attention

  9. El dibujo del Diorama de Le Corbusier y Pierre Jeanneret en 1922

    Velásquez, Víctor
    [EN] The drawing of the contemporary city for 3 million inhabitants, elaborated by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret in 1922, in time, has become the canonic image of the project. The drawing was contained in a cylindrical screen to be observed by means of a device which Le Corbusier called Diorama. Based on primary source documents, a restitution hypothesis is proposed to deduce the geometric projection system used in the construction of the image. The method, apparently used in the curvilinear perspective is really a variant of the traditional system of canonic flat perspective.

  10. Documentos gráficos en torno a la formación de los estudiantes de arquitectura en la posguerra española (1940-1953)

    Oliva Meyer, Justo
    [EN] In this paper we address the academic curriculum in architecture during the postwar period in Spain. The autarkical regime established in those years implied the isolation of Spanish architecture regarding international cultural trends. Simultaneously, the new political regime turned its back on the modern architecture of the previous decade, associated to some extent with the Republic. Alternatively, it promoted an architecture that inquired into the historical styles of the past. In this context, we take a look at the training received by two architects from Alicante at the Architecture School of Madrid during those years (1942-1953): Francisco Muñoz Llorens...

  11. Dibujo y método conceptual en la arquitectura suiza

    Fernández-Morales, Angélica; Bigas Vidal, Montse; Font Basté, Gloria; Bravo Farré, Lluis
    [EN] The article analyzes the drawings of several renowned Swiss architects (Herzog & de Meuron, Peter Zumthor, Peter Märkli, Marianne Burkhalter and Christian Kerez) and defends the existence of several common features, denoting a method of eminently conceptual work. These are: the free choice of media and materials, lack of graphic academicism, non-pictorial use of the canvas, expression of the drawing process, the inclusion of texts and annotations, the use of sets and repetitions, the dominance of two-dimensionality and diagrammatic reduction. These features are compared, in some cases, with the work of conceptual artists or close to conceptual art, justifying...

  12. Corografías contemporáneas de granada. La investigación a través del dibujo y sus resultados inesperados

    Espigares Rooney, Blanca
    [EN] Architectural drawing has always been used as a tool of expression as well as for study and exploration. The aim of this research work is to find an approach to chart chorographies of the historic urban landscape of Granada by using current cartographic techniques. In relation to this, it was critical to study the methodology of a chorographer from the Renaissence such as as Anton van den Wyngaerde. When we f irst outlined the way of tracing these chorographies, an unexpected result came up. Setting the topography as a fundamental element in the urban configuration of Granada, we began...


    Marcos, Carlos L.
    [EN] Continuation of the interview with Juan Navarro Baldeweg published in the issue 22. Juan Navarro Baldeweg’s architecture is unmistakably permeated by his plastic work; these pages invite us to dive into these contaminating relationships between the different disciplines which he works on.In his architecture, Navarro tries to make evident, beyond the necessary objectification of its own physical limits, the relations between architecture and place –a pre-existence–, the inhabitant –a subject– and in which way the latter’s perception of architecture –a phenomenology– determines how it should be understood.Juan Navarro is one of those exceptions that take us back to the...

  14. Arquitecturas efímeras con herramientas paramétricas

    Viamonte Fernández, María Pilar; Peinado Checa, Zaira Joanna
    [EN] The society in which we live has become a digital society in recent years and architectural design has evolved greatly with the advent of new computational creation tools, one of them being parametric design. These tools have endless design possibilities, but these techniques are still in an experimental phase, which links seamlessly with the ideal of ephemeral architecture, which despite its short duration in time, has always played, since baroque set design, an important role in the evolution of architecture. They shaped the innovative thinking of the time and the most advanced techniques available. Therefore, one route is to...

  15. Anamorfosis, su historia y evolución

    Cabezos Bernal, Pedro Manuel; Cisneros Vivó, Juan José; Soler Sanz, Felipe
    [EN] The illusionist painting has always fascinated human beings. The art of trompe l’oeil has been generally considered as an anamorphosis if it is painted over curved or flat surfaces, oblique with respect to the viewer, so it is correctly seen only from a certain point of view, out of which it is seen distorted and the illusory effect is lost. This article summarizes the history of anamorphosis, its different kinds and techniques, described by writers of the Baroque. Several examples, made by the main figures of this discipline throughout history, are analysed to see the evolution up to the...

  16. Levantamiento de bóvedas de arcos entrecruzados: Técnicas aplicadas al caso de la torre del homenaje del castillo de Villena (Alicante)

    Soler Estrela, Alba; Almagro Gorbea, Antonio
    [EN] The Almohad vaults with intercrossed arches of the keep of the castle of Villena, must be placed in the context of a tradition that began in the 10th century in the mosque of Cordoba. The layout of their nerves materializes the decomposition into pieces of the vault using the geometry inherent to the architectural and artistic creations of Muslim culture. A rigorous survey, non-existent so far, has been done, through the use of different techniques, whose advantages and disadvantages are discussed. The geometric study of the vaults reveals its singularity, because they do not follow any of the models...

  17. La postura de Bruno Taut frente al color: la mesa expresionista

    López-Izquierdo, Pía
    [EN] Objectives: To determine the role of colour in architecture in the German ExpressionismApproach: In the interwar period, it is hoped the art and architecture in the construction of the House of Utopia. We Begin an exploration on the role of colour in this process, from German Expressionism, with the paradigmatic example of Bruno Taut.Conclusions: Based on the tables of Aby Warburg, we propose a colour table from the expressionist approach “to transform the reality” as tools for colour selection of an architectural project

  18. El proyecto gótico de la Catedral de Sevilla. Indicios de trazado, medida y proporción

    García Ortega, Antonio Jesús
    [ES] La planta de la Catedral de Sevilla, férreamente ortogonal y de cabecera recta, supuso una novedad en su tiempo, ejerciendo gran influencia. Un análisis gráfico de la conocida como traça de Bidaurreta, anónima y adscribible al siglo XV, permite profundizar en el proyecto gótico primero y en los comienzos de la fábrica catedralicia. También, incluso, son posibles nuevas hipótesis sobre la autoría, datación y finalidad del propio documento

  19. El plano geométrico general de Alicante de 1849: estudio y reconstrucción digital

    [EN] Pursuant to the Royal Order of July 25, 1946, issued by the Ministry of Government, the Council Architect of Alicante Emilio Jover Pierron made the General Plan of the city of Alicante. His work, which started immediately in 1846, led to a document which contained the alignment of the buildings existing at the time, and also the future plans, consisting in the modification of some previous buildings and the creation of new ones. This plan was the first graphical instrument of this nature affecting the whole of the city; nevertheless, such an interesting item has been now missing since...

  20. El acceso al Alcázar de Sevilla en el siglo XIV: Análisis espacial y perceptivo a través de la reconstrucción infográfica

    Rodriguez Moreno, Concepcion
    [EN] This text sets out to illustrate the perceptive analysis of a transformed historic-architectonic space, the new en trance to the Alcazar of Seville, built in the middle of XIVth century. We propose a way of approach to its functionality and symbolism from a fully sentient perspective, because we are convinced that it was built to promote specific emotions. Since the actual aspect of this access is far from its medieval appearance, we made the infographic reconstruction of the original space on the basis of a rigorous planimetric survey and strict archaeological, historical and aesthetic studies. Subsequently, we applied specific...

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