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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. If we keep using our Cartesian logic to understand the surface of objects we are not rethinking in anyway.
The projects follow a “natural” logic, referring to components originating in nature, as well as to environmental systems. Geography, Bits and Architecture. We work in this way to produce an architecture which develops the potentials that the information society offers for constructing a more natural world. Ahmad Sabbouri added it Dec 20, We understand a natural order as one that emerges from the nature of things, from their basic principles, following patterns geopogics tend to the generation and conservation of life.
Leave a Egologics Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In many cases it has been necessary to redefine the team with which the architect works.
Geologics : Geography, Bits and Architecture
John rated geologiics it was amazing Mar 27, John Vasquez gaviria added it Nov 12, Books by Vicente Guallart. Su obra ha sido expuesta en la Bienal de Venecia dey y el Moma de Nueva York, entre otros lugares importantes. Architecture is thus a process that adds new layers of history to places.
In doing so it must define new codes of actuation, new principles with which to set an architectural project in motion that are grounded in their connection with the energy and the potentials of the place and that, on completion, enable us to leave there open conditions in which life can operate.
Looking for beautiful books? Bianca Gheorghita rated it it was amazing May 03, Zulal Korur marked it as to-read Sep 20, Mina Hanna rated it liked it Aug 27, What a simplistic diagram of the surface of the rock. 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.
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.
Geologics: Geography Information Architecture
guallarg You are be adviced! Niki Papacharalampous marked it as to-read Aug 17, Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. A process oriented toward creating conditions of habitability in the territory more than constructing buildings.
Presenting the last 15 years of his work, this book investigates architecture s ability to construct systems for habitable environments in diverse environmental, social geologids economic conditions. Preview — Geologics by Vicente Guallart.
Blake rated it it was amazing Oct 16, Guallart Architects projects blog books background contact links GeoLogics Geography, Information and Architecture Vicente Guallart Published by ACTAR, The research presented in this book condenses the work carried out over the last fifteen years, oriented toward the development of architecture projects. They are the mechanisms we use to interact with a place in accordance with its own essential rules.
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Geologics: Geography Information Architecture by Vicente Guallart
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.