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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. Sinergias entre pintura y arquitectura en el aprendizaje de Paul Nelson: “Maison Suspendue”

    Moreno Moreno, María Pura; Sanz Alarcón, Juan Pedro
    [EN] Painting and drawing frame the creative process of Paul Nelson, and in that context, this paper analyzes the graphic design of the project of the “Maison Suspendue” (1936-1938). The pictorial fact is a reflection mechanism capable of explaining underlying concepts to the architecture as fluency and spatial continuity. In the 20’s his paintings reflected George Braque’s influence in the cubist search of the incorporation of time in the two-dimensional plane and the representation of reality away from the apparent. Nevertheless, in the decade of the 30, the cosmologies of Miró, Arp, Calder and Leger, with the relations of floating...

  2. Métodos de entrenamiento de las habilidades espaciales de los estudiantes de titulaciones técnicas

    Mataix Sanjuán, Jesús; León Robles, Carlos; Reinoso Gordo, Juan Francisco
    [EN] Spatial skills are essential tools for engineers and architects during their training and career. However, consecutive curricula, in particular those in the European Higher Education Area, are assigning increasingly less credits to Graphic Expression courses, resulting in insufficient attention to the development of those skills.Considering this situation, over the past few decades many Graphic Expression teachers have conducted studies that analyse several methods for training spatial skills. This paper describes some of the main studies and their results, in which a major conclusion is that freehand sketching exercises are the most effective to develop spatial skills, more than modelling...

  3. La estereoscopia en los libros de geometría descriptiva

    Cabezos Bernal, Pedro M.; Cisneros Vivó, Juan J.
    [EN] This article summarizes the research carried out by collecting the books, related to Descriptive Geometry, that have employed stereoscopy as a way to improve the knowledge of the represented forms. It has been possible to collect 19 books, published between 1912 and 2007, which have been analyzed and compared. Many of them have been acquired through international dealers, as they are a rarity. The article focuses on the oldest and most interesting ones, highlighting their most relevant aspects. To display the stereoscopic figures conveniently, It has been necessary to carry out a thorough process of digital optimization, in order...

  4. La ciudad de Cartagena en la época romana altoimperial: generación y análisis de un modelo digital de elevaciones

    García-León, Josefina; García-Martín, Antonio; Cánovas Ambit, Jose Antonio
    [EN] The main objective of this paper is to contribute to the knowledge of the topography of the city of Cartagena in the early Roman Empire times. A Geographic Information System has been used with data from numerous archaeological excavations, available historic maps and new GPS observations referred to landmarks of that era that are currently on the soil surface. Some meaningful results are: the compilation of spatial information from different sources in a single database, the creation of thematic maps and the generation and analysis of digital elevation models based on these data, which were compared with the contemporary...

  5. Gio Ponti Y Bernard Rudofsky: la casa mediterránea y su representación en la revista Domus

    Lafuente Sánchez, Víctor A.
    [EN]Between 1937 and 1938, architects Gio Ponti and Bernard Rudofsky agreed in Journal Domus on a partnership that would go beyond the limits of the paper, into the realm of theory and architectural project. Though finally they were not built, the architectural designs they performed are of great interest for its research and involving traditional Mediterranean house and also for its update from their previous experiences. Its publication in Domus required new and diverse graphical resources, which by its originality, we consider pertinent to recall in this article as they explore different ways of representing architecture, extremely explicit and very...

  6. Generación de un modelo de información del patrimonio inmueble en el momento de su protección jurídica

    Castellano Román, Manuel
    [EN] The efficiency of building information models (BIM) for the management of architectural information calls for the development of heritage information modelling (HIM) as a specific application. Using the documentation required for the legal protection of a monument as our starting point, we have created a HIM for the Church of San Pedro in Arcos de la Frontera (Cádiz, Spain). The HIM not only provides the information outputs required for the administrative procedure but also reveals the obsolescence of this procedure and its own usefulness as an efficient tool for the comprehensive management of protected heritage

  7. Enric Miralles: desdibujando límites entre re-presentación y proyecto

    Zaragoza de Pedro, Isabel; Esquinas Dessy, Jesús
    [EN] Enric Miralles won his first International competition with the Bremerhaven port (1993). Diving through the original artwork of his files 1, they are first presented here some of his preparatory sketches. This is the project that shows the architect way of doing, as well as the embryo of his works at EMBT studio 2.The article regards a previous work, the study for the Osthafen fluvial zone (Frankfurt, 1992); relating it to the other. Miralles would invent extremely experimental ways of working that would make an inflection point on his career. Both the depth of the documents and the techniques...

  8. El mito de la caverna

    Giménez Ribera, Manuel; Cabrera Fausto, Ivan
    [EN] Paying attention to Alberto Campo Baeza’s exhibition in the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Valencia transformed Exhibition Hall following the guiding traces of the architect himself endows the observer with the knowledge of his last creations. It is a light-tight hall. By means of projecting images of built reality, by means of projecting perspectives and sketches, by means of projecting of what is conventionally understood as blueprints – floors and cross-sections – it tries to supply the knowledge reached with the intelligence through the vision of the exhibited reality

  9. El color en las piedras y en los mosaicos de Rávena: nuevas imágenes de los monumentos antiguos a través de la fotogrametría no convencional de última generación

    Cipriani, Luca; Fantini, Filippo; Bertacchi, Silvia
    [EN]This paper focuses on texture accuracy for a reliable simulation of construction materials present in some important historic monuments on the World Heritage List, dating back to Late Antiquity in Ravenna (Italy). A series of novel strategies will be explained in order to take advantage of automatic texturing solutions of 3D digital models created by Structure from Motion (SfM) applications. These monuments will be used as case studies toillustrate a shadow removal technique on Lambertian surfaces (stone, mortar, bricks, etc.) from apparent colour texture and a rapid approach for optic simulation of mosaic decoration. The latter consists of splitting a...

  10. Dibujos del gabinete de Robert de Cotte para una estatua ecuestre en la Plaza Vendôme

    Castaño Perea, Enrique; Garín, Alberto
    [EN] As Premier architecte of Louis XIV, Robert de Cotte had a wide range of responsibilities regarding the design and maintenance of important buildings for the French court. His years in the court of the ”Sun King” resulted in a major collection of diverse plans, among them town plans, building projects and numerous designs for interior decoration. Outstanding for their novelty and originality are the group of plans for the equestrian statue of Louis XIV in the Place Vendôme, Paris. Conserved at the Bibliotèque National, Paris, this group of exquisite drawings is interesting for its stage-by-stage description of the statue’s...

  11. De mezquitas a iglesias. Formalización y trazado en los procesos de reconversión de Toledo y Córdoba

    García Ortega, Antonio Jesús
    [ES] Las reconversiones de mezquitas en iglesias constituyen una problemática compleja y heterogénea, frecuentemente abordada en la historiografía marginal o fragmentariamente. Un estudio de conjunto de las mezquitas cristianizadas de Toledo y Córdoba permite realizar un aproximación más amplia, así como una primera sistematización de los procesos arquitectónicos típicos. También en los casos analizados se detectarán los criterios de formalización y trazado que operaron, resolviendo la convivencia entre nuevo y viejo en reformas, o la integración de algún elemento islámico en reedificaciones más generales. Todo ello, a la postre, permite desmentir algunos errores comunes, y comprender mejor cómo se abordaba...

  12. De la representación a la experiencia. Realidad Aumentada para la interpretación del patrimonio monumental de la Lonja de Valencia

    Puyuelo Cazorla, Marina; Val Fiel, Mónica; Higón Calvet, Jose Luis; Merino Sanjuán, Lola
    [EN] The technology employed in virtual graphic representation is in full expansion by means of numerous emerging applications among which we highlight Augmented Reality. Diverse factors converge in this process: the graphic supports, the perceptive experiences or the nature of the devices for their interaction with people. The research 1 project prepared for the Gothic-style Silk Market Building called the “Lonja de los Mercaderes” in Valencia (UNESCO Monument Heritage Site, 1996) has developed the design of an Augmented Reality application with the aim to observe and validate its usability as an accessibility resource to diverse contents of this monumental building...

  13. Blanco y negro: un lenguaje para la arquitectura de Antonio Fernández Alba

    Bernal López-San Vicente, Amparo
    [EN] Juan Daniel Fullaondo defined Antonio Fernández Alba as “a man of method and culture”, an architect who accompanied the process of his architectural development with an intense display of culture (1970, p. 3). The intellectual dimension of this architect has meant that his architecture and his written works as well as his teaching labours, have been interpreted as the conscious evolution of a particular methodological investigation. So, the graphic expression of his architecture cannot be understood as merely the result of experimentation based on improvisation. In this study, I propose an aesthetic analysis of his architectural plans, in which...

  14. Aprehender dibujando: los dibujos de Luis Borobio

    Gutiérrez Mozo, María Elia
    [EN]This article is a contribution to the idea of understanding drawing as a way of apprehending an object in general, and capturing architecture in particular, as a way of defining the tangible which will later be present in a building. In order to do this, we take as a reference point some drawings by Luis Borobio (1924-2005), architect and Professor of Aesthetics, a poet and creator of caricatures, which illustrate his books, and which, as freehand sketches, have the singular value of allowing us to understand that which they represent in a simple and effective way. This study seeks to...

  15. Análisis gráfico de cuatro espacios de Hernán Ruiz “el Viejo”

    Gimena Córdoba, Pilar
    [EN] Hernán Ruiz “the Elder” (professionally active from 1500 to 1547) produced a vast and complex array of works. To date, they have attracted only cursory analysis, and yet they reveal a unique and remarkable evolution in the transition from the Late Gothic language to the classicist language.The selected projects illustrate how his decisions about structure and typology were inherent to the idea of space: they did not just determine the form but were an essential part of the creative rules that govern architecture. Far from replicating a “model”, Hernán Ruiz “the Elder” used typological references as the premise from...

  16. Oteiza, escultor y arquitecto. Análisis de unos croquis inéditos para la universidad infantil piloto e ikastola experimental en Elorrio. 1964

    Sarasola Rubio, Fátima
    [EN] The sketches that the sculptor made for his still unpublished projects of Basque University of the sixties, are digitized, among thousands of documents, in the archive of Jorge Oteiza Museum Foundation. I will present those that according to my research, correspond to the Pilot Children’s University project that Jorge Oteiza designed for Elorrio in 1964. These sketches constitute by themselves the experimental development of this inbuilt project. The drawings are imbued with Basque primitivism, very close to the pieces of his chalk laboratory but they depict the advances of the functionalist architecture of the first half of the twentieth...

  17. Nuevos enfoques en el estudio de los Monasterios Jerónimos Santa María de la Murta y San Lorenzo de El Escorial: organización funcional y tipologías

    Chías Navarro, Pilar; Sender Contell, Marina
    [EN] Study of the monastic architecture of the Order of Saint Jerome or Hieronymites shows architectural ensembles which are either very deteriorated or in ruins, as in the case of the Monastery of Santa María de la Murta. As with any heritage intervention, prior, exhaustive understanding of the building and its history at all levels is required, including not only formal and construction aspects but also functional and typological aspects that require consideration of design-related issues and use of the spaces and the Order’s monastic rules which decisively influenced the configuration process. Many historical gaps that ruins no longer enable...

  18. Ideación gráfica revertida

    Marcos, Carlos L.; Domingo Gresa, Jorge
    [EN] This paper continues the research of an innovative teaching proposal, partially addressed at the past E.G.A. International Conference under the approach of an ‘imaginary trip into the designer’s mind’. The objective is focused on developing mechanisms associated to graphic thinking and encouraging uninhibited, effective and encouraging uninhibited, effective and quick response sketching as a typical quick response sketching as a typical ideation resource. ideation resource.For years, ideation drawing has starred different educational proposals within the Architectural Graphic Expression’s academic sphere traditionally related to non-figurative drawings. Intentionally, the process of ideation is now reversed, intending to get into the designer’s...

  19. Dibujando el Townscape: en el centenario de

    Montes Serrano, Carlos; Alonso Rodríguez, Marta
    [EN] Twenty years ago the British architect and urban designer Gordon Cullen died, without Spanish journals paying any particular attention to his legacy. As 2014 sees Cullen’s centenary, this article is intended to be a small homage to his work, and in particular to the genesis of his book Townscape. Thanks to its excellent drawings, this work has over the course of time become a classic in architectural literature

  20. Descripción y análisis geométrico del templo parroquial de Santa María la Antigua de Zumárraga (Guipúzcoa)

    Ayerza Elizarain, Ramón; Mujika, Marte
    [EN] The population of Zumárraga, in the province of Guipúzcoa, is fortunate to preserve its original late Gothic wooden parish church. The geometric analysis has shown the high speculative level of its architectural design and the extraordinary coherence of its system of proportions

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