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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 the societies and cultures that construct it. Our practice encompasses multiple scales, from the territorial project, the creation and reform of cities, the design of neighbourhoods, landscape, the buildings, the homes, the objects that inhabit it and the informational relationship between them.
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To ask other readers questions about Geologicsplease sign up. For this to be possible, the informational processes linked to design, visualization or manufacture using digital systems can be seen as key tools in the development of new construction techniques and processes for this new hybrid reality. Wish I could be there for the lecture; hopefully someone transcribes it!
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Geologics: Geography Information Architecture by Vicente Guallart
Shane Daniel is currently reading it May 27, 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. They are the mechanisms we use to interact with a place geeologics accordance with its own essential rules.
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Geologics: Geography Information Architecture
Open Preview See a Problem? Svergopoulos added it Mar 11, Just as when a tree is planted.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Eshita rated it really liked it Nov 10, Architecture has managed to respond to the social, technological and cultural conditions of each successive era throughout history. Guallart is a very bad architect and as an human person is so bad: This guy is a clear example of the new generation, he is geologixs to succeed in different fields of architecture simultaneously.
Raff Ra marked it as to-read Feb 04, A process oriented toward creating conditions of habitability in the territory more than constructing buildings. All the people that worked for his office hate him. A logic that connects nature with the transformations of urban spaces, social organizations, and the digital world.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Architecture and urbanism need to learn from nature in a structural way, in order to integrate the principles and values of environmental processes, of the logics of natural ecosystems, of the anatomy or physiology of living beings and of their material properties, which in their gualllart have demonstrated their capacity for survival throughout their evolution process.
GeoLogics: Geography, Information, Architecture – Vicente Guallart – Google Books
His collaborations with specialists in geology, anthropology, sociology, engineering, economy, software and interface design have blurred traditional boundaries.
And to accumulate this knowledge of all the values that the discipline of architecture has generated in the course of its history.
Pume added it Sep 11, In this way, architecture expands its areas geologicss action and its materials for its project of habitability of and in the world. We are, then, more interested in the systemic character of the architecture than in its iconic character per se. There would be no need for architecture if human beings were content to live in caves or in trees. Despoina Zavraka marked it as to-read Mar 12,