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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (73.332 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. Trasladar desplegables de tijeras (Pérez-Piñero) a contornos libres, ¿ejemplo de competencia gráfica de último nivel formativo?

    González Meca, Sandra; Carrasco Hortal, José
    [EN] The aim of this work is the submission of first document related to graphic skills for latests years in Architectural Degree program before entering a PHD program. Through selected study cases like this one of Pérez-Piñero s project, this paper open a discussion about graphic methodologies suitable for latest years in Architectural Degree.Thanks to Felix Candela collaboration, Pérez-Piñero developed the deployable hypercubed stained-glass window for Museo Dalí (Figueres, Girona, 1971) in which glass pieces worked together with the structure for the stiffness of the skeleton, whose fundamentals were inspired in the ones designed for Convertible Theater (London Competition, 1961).This...

  2. Tradición y evolución moderna. Tres arquitecturas-patio de Francisco Asís Cabrero

    Coca Leicher, José de
    [EN] We describe design mechanisms used by Francisco de Asís Cabrero in his patio architectures by analyzing three selected examples: the “zoco” exhibition of the first national country fair (1950), the Escuela Nacional de Hosteleria, and the pavilion of the trade union Obra Sindical del Hogar (1956). The research starts with the references based on the muslim tradition described by Fernando Chueca, which are transformed and adapted to incorporate modern references: the Italian rationalism, Mies courtyard houses and the light constructions of Charles and Ray Eames. We conclude that systems of tapestries or parallel walls and organizations in ‘U’ are...

  3. Relaciones proyectivas en la arquitectura del Carmen Blanco

    Rivas López, Esteban José
    [EN] The work aims to inquire about the classically called Formal Control Instruments of Architecture, which had to be employed in the project process of the Carmen Blanco, a building which can be now contemplated overlooking the city of Granada from its strategic position over the Mauror hill. As we make an approach to the referent object of study using the architectural analysis tools, we discover that the trace of the building is based on the Cordovan Proportion as primitive rule, which is supplemented by the Golden Section and its gnomon to size and position certain auxiliary elements. These results...

  4. La reconstrucción virtual del patrimonio arquitectónico y su aplicación metodológica

    Piquer-Cases, Juan Carlos; Capilla-Tamborero, Esther; Molina-Siles, Pedro
    [EN] The virtual reconstruction of architectural heritage is a fundamentally theoretical work that can address the problem of physical intervention in ruinous groups of buildings. The advantage of this work methodology is to provide, in addition to graphical database, three-dimensional visualizations in a digital architectural model.The heritage management according to this system allows the realization of previous studies evaluating the feasibility of a future reconstruction project. The virtual nature of the method provides non-invasive theoretical results that allow an adequate disclosure.This paper, in addition to establishing the methodological framework, provides a practical example of application in the virtual recovery of...

  5. Faros italianos entre geometría y simbolismo

    Bartolomei, Cristiana; Ippolito, Alfonso
    [EN] Coastal lighthouses in Italy incarnate mathematical formalism. Modern mathematics, when applied to geometry, is formal, aiming at the concrete meaning of the analyzed entities: geometric shapes and surfaces. Lighthouses integrate the functional aspects of navigation, orientation and security and refer to geometric and symbolic concepts. Each lighthouse constitutes a geometric equation. The article presents the typological organization of their architecture, or rather of their helical staircases, in terms of geometry and symbolism. The form of lighthouse towers, designed according to fundamental concepts of Euclidean geometry are also analyzed. The analysis leads to the conclusion that architecture and mathematics are...

  6. Espacio geográfico, topografía, cartografía y planificación

    Maza Vázquez, Francisco
    [EN] Urbanism is a discipline that converges the study of occupied space by a given territory and their management. The physical, geographical and historical characteristic of this territory are known through its topography and cartography, and these disciplines are the graphic base on which the organization is supported. Above them is reflected the current state of the territory under study; it identifies planning guidelines and reformed spelling territory, making it indispensable in the process of transformation and planning.The present article presents and justifies the need to use topography and cartography in the analysis of geographical space to order, as well...

  7. El espacio gótico según Hans Jantzen y la evolución de las vidrieras

    Vallespin Muniesa, Aurelio; Agustín Hernández, Luis; Cervero Sánchez, Noelia
    [EN] A change took place in stained glass window design in the late thirteenth century. The role of stained glass windows evolved between the twelfth century and late thirteenth century, from one of retaining light, as an integral part of a wall, to one of transmitting light, in the form of an architectural opening. However, this shift was relatively unappreciated in the context of cathedral spaces, given that it was overshadowed by the other architectural transformations that were taking place at the time. The aim of this work is to study this change in concept, taking the cathedral of León,...

  8. “Demolición de la trinidad” boceto de Jenaro Pérez Villaamil. Documento fundamental para conocer la antigua iglesia de Santiago de Guadalajara

    Trallero Sanz, Antonio Miguel
    [EN] The city of Guadalajara had ten parish churches in the 19th century, besidesfourteen convents and a large number of other religious buildingsthat made the religious function one of the most important activity in the city. Most of the religious architectural heritage was lost due to confiscation, suppression of parishes, war and neglect.One of these missing buildings wasthe old parish church of Santiago.We can approach the architecture and construction of this building with graphic documents preserved, but mainly due to aJenaro Pérez Villaamil ́s freehand sketch

  9. Atención visual en la evaluación de espacios arquitectónicos

    Iñarra Abad, Susana; Juan Vidal, Francisco; Llinares Millán, Carmen; Guixeres Provinciale, Jaime
    [EN] Analysis of visual behaviour before a given stimulus is a tool for studying an observer’s most immediate, instinctive response. Recent access to technology able to locate and record the path the eye takes when observing a stimulus has led to growing interest in how we observe our environment. Studies which have simultaneously measured an observer’s subjective response and visual journey make it possible to establish a relationship between the way the image is observed and the observer’s visual attention to the image. This present paper describes an experimental study which applies this new technique for visual analysis to the...

  10. Toda la ciudad era un Paisaje. Naturaleza, arquitectura y pintura en la obra de Wang Shu

    Bigas Vidal, Montserrat; Bravo Farré, Luis; Fernández-Morales, Angélica; Font Baste, Gloria; Li, Gaoli; Quan, Liyuan; Recasens, Marta
    [EN] According to Wang Shu, the experience generated by his architecture is analogous to the one of looking at Chinese traditional painting. Said discipline differs from Western art in that it does not seek to showcase the author’s visual sensitivity through the description of light, objects and space. Nor does it define its subjects through colour, but by a combination of dark outlines and a few thinly laid hues. The painter, furthermore, does not work from life. He is also a philosopher, a poet and a master of a wide array of other technical and humanist fields of his time....

  11. Reflexiones sobre dos dibujos de la Torre de los Escipiones de Tarragona. La paradoja de la conceptualidad del dibujo arqueológico

    Puche, Josep M; Macias, Josep M; Solà-Morales, Pau; Toldrà, Josep M
    [EN] It is impossible to conceive of archaeology –the discipline that tells us of the societies of our history by studying their material remains– without the drawing. There is no area of archaeology –from fieldwork to technical and administrative reports and publications– in which the drawing does not play an active role. Based on two drawings of the Tower of the Scipios in Tarragona that are separated in time and concept, one by Mouliner and the other from the DAI, we reflect on the suitability of the archaeological drawing, its purpose and its functionality

  12. Reflexión sobre la iniciación al proyectar arquitectónico. Metodología para un encadenamiento docente entre el Área de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica y el Área de Proyectos Arquitectónicos

    Raposo Grau, Javier Francisco
    [EN] The main goal of this article is to present and reflect some of the teaching experiences developed over the years, with students who have been taught in the EGA Area and the Project Area by the same teachers. Experience seeks to express the existing linkage between the projecting class and the drawing class, and teaching staggering.Reflection is needed in structuring tiered teaching approach with particular attention to establishing a correct teacher stepping, so that learning is procedural. Each level, which should be linked to the ones seen previously and after, must meet a certain concerning starting points, objectives, competencies,...

  13. Pitzhanger Manor, Soane, Gandy y una interpretación

    Martínez Mindeguia, Francisco
    [EN] This article is the analysis of a drawing that Joseph Gandy made for John Soane. Its aim is to reveal its mysteries, the way in how it point to Soane without “naming him” directly and to think about the argument and the scenography that drawing contains, beyond Gandy’s the technical skill

  14. Olvidados discursos formalistas

    Jordá Such, Carmen
    [EN] A well-documented article by Javier Monedero (La forma como molde. La forma como proceso) traces the history of thought, mainly from an evolutionary perspective, up until Gestalt to then dwell on those contemporary theories that underlie the processual, and to a certain extent spontaneous, nature of both the art and architecture of recent decades. Now, in Neglected formalist discourses, the philosophical relevance of other reflections on nature, besides those that the discipline of aesthetics focuses on, is under consideration. Indeed, the line of argument that we are going to explore sets off from two main sources: one connected with...

  15. Los poliedros como forma de conocimiento geométrico: el Jamnitzer español o el cuarto libro de Artes Exçelençias dela Perspectiba

    Gentil Baldrich, Jose Maria; Martín-Pastor, Andrés
    [EN] This article explores the link between the work of goldsmith Wentzel Jamnitzer (1508-1585), Perspectiva corporium regularium, 1568, and the fourth book of a Spanish manuscript from the end of the 17th century, Artes Excelençias dela perspectiva a maestro P. Gómez de Alcuña. 16881, an anonymous text which is still little known to international or even Spanish scholar circles. The manuscript is the only treatise that analyzes the polyhedra displayed in the work of the Viennese artist from a graphic, constructive point of view. Some of the fundamental aspects to understand the contribution of the Spanish author to the ways...

  16. Los planos del concurso para la ciudad de vacaciones Playa de San Juan en 1933

    Martínez-Medina, Andrés; Parra Martínez, José
    [EN] The contest for the first tourist city of Spain was held in 1933. The competition requirements asked for extensive documentation: plans, drawings and perspective views. The analysis of the winning proposal –particularly careful with the pre-existing elements– reveals an accurate continuity linking the geography and the city planning that emerges from both the urban reflection and the graphic tools. First, the territory is drawn by using diagrams. Second, the data and the vocations of land are transformed into an urban fabric zoned for different uses of the space that would be developed over the time. And third, the pictures...

  17. El dibujo como herramienta de investigación: reconstrucción del viaje temporal de la imagen urbana de Alcalá de Henares

    Echeverría Valiente, Ernesto; Celis d'Amico, Flavio; da Casa Martín, Fernando
    [EN] Despite having footprints in its urban layout of the major historical events that occurred in Spain in the last 2 millennia, between them, being cradle of one of the first universities of Spain, there are few graphic documents that help to know how it has been the journey at the time of the urban fabric of the city until the 19th century when appear the first maps of the same. This obliges us to fill these holes using drawing as a tool that interpret the rest of documentation to obtain the temporal evolution of its image during these last...

  18. El dibujante digital. Dibujo a mano alzada sobre tabletas digitales

    Amado Lorenzo, Antonio; Fraga López, Fernando
    [EN] The emergence of the digital tablets around 2010 as an alternative to the laptop originated a technological revolution in the relation with users and the information technology. The development of specific drawing applications for these new devices has meant an unexpected new implement for today draughtsmen.

  19. El arco por esquina y rincón en los tratados y manuscritos de cantería del renacimiento hispánico

    García Baño, Ricardo; Calvo López, José
    [EN] Corner arches are a peculiar architectural type of the Spanish Renaissance. This article presents a transversal vision of the strategies put forward in treatises and manuscripts in order to tackle the problem of opening arches at the intersection of two walls, stressing the use of different typologies and the geometrical details, and using three-dimensional models in order to study the layout of the arches, the generation of intrados surfaces, the joints between voussoirs and the dressing process. All this showcases the geometrical knowledge of master masons, their ability to solve complex stereotomy problems and the richness of models used...

  20. EGA: Revista de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica. Un análisis bibliométrico tras veinte años de su edición

    Linares García, Fernando
    [EN] More than twenty years have passed since the first issue of EGA: Revista de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónicawas published in 1993 –long enough to evaluate its history and its academic content

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