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Geologics: Geography Information Architecture
They are the mechanisms we use to interact with a place in accordance with its own essential rules. The Best Books of In this way, the actual definition of the working group —as in the case of a chamber group, a jazz combo or a symphony orchestra— efficiently reveals the different areas, intensities and registers of interpretation of a project.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your geologicx address will not be published. 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.
Presenting the last 15 years of his work, this guallzrt investigates architecture s ability to construct systems for habitable environments in diverse environmental, social and economic conditions. All the people that worked for his office egologics him. Shane Daniel is currently reading it May 27, There would be no need for architecture if human beings were content to live in caves or in trees. Le Juan is currently reading it Dec 23, Geography, Bits and Architecture. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more.
To see egologics your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This is especially relevant when operating in relation to mechanisms such as the production of the city, where practices based on purely economic problems have produced in the territory places of low environmental or social stimulus.
Architecture is thus a process that adds new layers of history to places. Raff Ra marked it as to-read Feb 04, Erik marked it as to-read Nov 22, Madalinagiurgiu rated it really liked it Apr 22, Preview — Geologics by Vicente Guallart. 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.
The processes of socialization of the information technologies in the last years permit now mean that all of this open system of organizing the world on the basis of open knowledge geollgics is diluted in the physical world and transforms it. Looking for beautiful books? This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Guallart Architects projects blog books background contact links GeoLogics Geography, Information and Architecture Vicente Guallart Published by ACTAR, The research geologiics in this book condenses the work carried out over the last fifteen years, oriented toward the development of architecture projects.
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Architecture has managed to respond to the social, technological and cultural conditions of each successive era throughout history. We work in this way to produce an architecture which develops the potentials that the information society offers for constructing a more natural world.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Mesut Hanafiah marked it as to-read May 17, Architecture is necessary to create conditions of habitability that are not dependent on the time of day or the time of year, on the climatic conditions of the environment anywhere in the territory. The research presented in this book condenses the work carried out over the last fifteen years, oriented toward the development of architecture projects.
No trivia or quizzes yet. In the pursuit of an architectural project that is more than an object on a background, an affirmation of personal identity on the landscape or a phenomenon on a cultural context, the human actuation must be a nature in itself capable of possessing differing degrees of artificiality both in its gestation and in its operation.
Every architectural project is thus a manipulation of the geographic parameters of a place.