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Architecture, then, must emerge in specific places, at particular moments in history, in a continuous process of re-foundation of gguallart territory.

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Geologics: Geography Information Architecture by Vicente Guallart

Guallart Architects projects blog books background contact links GeoLogics Geography, Information and Guallart Vicente Guallart Published by ACTAR, The research presented in this book condenses the work carried out over the last fifteen years, oriented toward the guallqrt of architecture projects. Wish I could be there for the lecture; hopefully someone transcribes it! Architecture is thus a process that adds new layers of history to places.

In this way, when new spaces are opened up for action, it is able to define its own rules of actuation. This multiscale approach is prompted by a recognition of the need to think and create ecosystems in their entirety rather fuallart one-off actuations isolated from the city and the territory.

By guallat our website you agree to our use of cookies. Svergopoulos added it Mar 11, John Vasquez gaviria added it Nov 12, Every architectural project is thus a manipulation of the geographic parameters of a place. They are processes that we define, based on our recognition of the various systems to be acted on, in order to implant habitable structures that follow a natural order. There would be no need for architecture if human beings were content to live in caves or in trees.

Yuvaraj added it Apr 08, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In fact, taking the world as a system of ecosystems that interact in a scalar form, every architectural project should seek to integrate itself into that habitat, whether by literally resonating in tune with the energy wavelength of the place, or by acting in the territory as a transformative element, detecting the potentials for modification produced by the new operating conditions on site.


This research extends over a considerable period of time in which some of the initial lines of work have been consolidated as precise forms of actuation, while in other cases new lines of work have been marked out for consolidation in the future. Valentin Danila rated it it was amazing Dec 05, Learn how your comment data is processed. Every architecture project acts on a particular geographical environment, interacts with the world through the multiple networks that traverse it, and ultimately defines a functional node that transforms the properties of the place.

Check out the top books of the geologicx on our page Best Books of We work in this way to produce an architecture which develops the potentials that the information society offers for constructing a more natural world. In this way, architecture expands its areas of action geologucs its materials for its project of habitability of and in the world. Shane Daniel is currently reading it May 27, Best of all, he creates an original and practical vocabulary for thinking through designs to reconcile these seeming contraries.

Geologics : Geography, Bits and Architecture

Return to Book Page. Zulal Korur marked it guaplart to-read Sep 20, Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. If it knows how to interpret the values of the site, it will be capable of producing a richer and more complex place and leave it open to life and to its transformation and evolution.

If we keep using our Cartesian logic to understand the surface of objects we are not rethinking in anyway. His collaborations with specialists in geology, anthropology, sociology, engineering, gsologics, software and interface design have blurred traditional boundaries.

Marilyn marked it as to-read Mar gaullart, But still, gualkart most rudimentary living being on the planet is more complex and more intelligent than any building constructed at any time in history. What a simplistic diagram of the surface of the rock.

Alfrediux rated it really liked it Aug 30, Miguel Dobbs rated it it was amazing Sep 30, The buildings that we construct today and the cities we inhabit are the products of an accumulation of knowledge over the course of our history. In many cases it has been necessary to redefine the team with which the architect works.


Le Juan is currently reading it Dec 23, Want to Read saving…. This constitutes an incredible opportunity for architecture, which down through the ages has defined its field of action in terms of the challenges and aspirations of geolobics societies and cultures that construct it.

Mesut Hanafiah marked it as to-read May 17, He proposes, by means of his architecture, projects and writings, fresh ways for building in five distinct urban areas: Fatmanur Zengin marked it as to-read Feb geolpgics, The logics presented here thus encompass a range of issues —structural, formal, physiological, relational— that have to do with the physical aspects of the territory and the elements that compose it and with the actual structural relationships of living beings.

The research presented in this book condenses the work carried out over the last fifteen years, oriented toward the development of architecture projects. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.

His geolobics with specialists in geology, anthropology, sociology, engineering, economy, software and interface design have blurred traditional boundaries.

Vicente Guallart, pioneer and producer of new media on architecture, examines the technological, social and cultural changes inherent in our current information society. Arch Lab marked it as to-read Mar 03, The incorporation into the projects of external specialists from fields such as geology, anthropology, sociology, engineering, software and interface design, ecology, art, economics or biology enables these projects to encompass records registers that in other conditions would be impossible.

GeoLogics – Books – Guallart Architects

A logic that connects nature with the transformations of urban spaces, social organizations, and the digital world. We understand the practice of architecture as an activity that sets processes in motion rather than simply surfing the conjunctural waves that periodically invade the territory.

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