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306, 2017

Central Park: a natural-built landscape

3 June 2017|Categories: Educational, Infrastructure|

Central Park, the first large public space landscaped in the United States of America, was created in the 1850s as an antidote to social unrest, largely as a result of the country's first wave of immigration, and a serious public health crisis, caused by harmful environmental conditions. Proponents of park creation - especially wealthy merchants and landowners - argued [...]

306, 2017

The Method in Classical Architecture

3 June 2017|Categories: Without category|

The choice of the name Method for the company stems from the fact that this element, however small, plays an important role in the whole of Classical Greek architecture. Tell a story. Transmits information. It has a function. Like our office, we are always aware of the details that make all the difference. The Doric Order is composed of [...]

3107, 2012

FAUP: asymmetry organized by Siza Vieira

31 July 2012|Categories: Educational, Infrastructure, Museum|Tags: , , |

The Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto - FAUP, Portugal was designed by the Portuguese architect who won the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Álvaro Siza Vieira, and built between 1986 and 1995. Among the highlights of the work are the rectilinear and asymmetric openings, the design of the slabs, now horizontal, now inclined, borders or recesses; and volumes, full [...]

3107, 2012

The Theater-Museum of the surrealist Salvador Dali

31 July 2012|Categories: Educational, Infrastructure|

Inaugurated on September 27, 1974, the Dali Theater Museum in Figueres, near Barcelona, Spain, is the result of the transformation of the old ruins of the Municipal Theater, left by the pumping of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Reflecting not only works of art but also Dalí's own surrealistic behavior ("I am Surrealism itself"), it was conceived entirely by the [...]