Many present-day trends in landscape derive from those hybrid situations requiring a structural reading of territory through the introduction of new logics capable of positively activating the cultural, natural and social assessment of a specific context.
Our often apparently banal everyday landscapes also trigger emotions; the cultural dimension, the aesthetic quality and the relationship with the context play a non accessory part.
On account of their daily experience, these places condition and produce culture and add greater intensity to the characteristics of belonging and identity. And it is here where the social assessment of quality becomes more relative, with landscape becoming a concept associated more with the perception of each user and to his or her good or bad relationship with the environment.
From this viewpoint, it is as much a clear expression of the opportunities of its dwellers as it is an indication about their quality of life.
Subsequently, these will be the landscapes potentially in greater need of a good relationship between Architecture, Art and Landscape.
But the theoretical starting point would be contradictory should we attempt to reduce landscape to an object of formal dialogue or acritical seduction. Its strength is based on the power of a reasoning that relates Architecture, Art and Landscape, rather than on an unarticulated or parallel understanding of those disciplines.
In other words, the interaction of them all to enable a global assessment and valorisation of the context. In this sense, the Biennial is one of the many paths which may be opened to activate a value and to extend its scope. The perception of landscape needs the kaleidoscope of culture, eschewing Cartesian views and an attempt to understand, from a panoptical and wide-ranging viewpoint the narrowing of places and the values of the various layers of reality. Evidently, there are no definite solutions, but we do have interesting dynamics leading to better positions.
And the event will be a success, not only if it manages to produce a greater dissemination of real and relevant values, but also if it reaches the people, the inhabitants of the Islands; if it actually gives rise to a positive dynamics of valuation of our everyday landscapes and a social assumption of that right. In short, it is an opportunity that, properly managed, could shed light on some heritage and landscape resources and, en passant, reinforce the self-esteem of the inhabitants of the Islands.
And although we should obviously underscore the positive aspect of the event because it helps a certain way of positioning, it is clearly insufficient and limited if we consider the power of the contemporary dynamics of transformation of space leading to the destruction of natural habitats, the frailty of its ecosystems, territorial fragmentation, urban dispersion, the growing accessibility of the territory, the growth in population, the density of coastal development, the banalisation of the territory turned into a mere support, soil and water pollution and the abandonment of traditional activities, to name only a few.
Providing responses to these dynamics demands actions of a different sort. Landscape is a concept moving at many different scales and thus demanding strategies and solutions that materialise at equally different levels of power and decision making, from the most general to the development of the most detailed, capable of articulating all-encompassing responses.
Any one step always requires another. The members of LIP aas the organisers, together with Manuel Gausa, Francis Kere and Jean Navarro went on the trip and discovered, not without considerable surprise, the remains of what once was the transatlantic Star of America. This liner had been christened by Eleanor Roosevelt, the wife of the US president inand so by the curious twists of fate and time, it could well have been the proud younger sibling of SS Patris II.
Seen against the light of sunset, the beached remains struck us as both beautiful and meaningful. There, stuck in the sand, this huge metal object lay dejected, ravaged by the passing of the years and the crashing waves, perhaps speaking of the end of an era of excessively endogamous gazes directed inwards to the discipline as opposed to more open and complex positions that provide room for hybridisation, the meeting of cultures and disciplines… which would give more value to the preservation of the environment, sustainability and the mutual and interactive consciousness of art, thinking and architecture than to actual objecthood.
It seemed to us that, unlike what happened in those early years of avant-garde architecture, now it would not be so much about debating the idea of the city or architecture from programmatic or functional postulates, nor putting excessive emphasis on the autistic and isolated, plastic and abstract architectural object but rather, and above all else, about focussing our gaze on the crossroads of the blurred yet at once real frontiers of territory and landscape.
With the vision of Star of America still before my eyes, and bringing this brief text on these coincidences to a close, it also strikes us as curious and meaningful the fact that that fateful CIAM congress was held at sea… just like this one.
And another of the singular characteristics of this island biennial is its fragmented and heterogeneous geography united by the sea. And while the former took place directly on board a ship, the maximum symbol of autistic objecthood and of decontextualization, the latter takes place throughout the length and breadth of a complex insular geography, fully involving each and every one of the islands and dozens of imaginary and real landscapes that dot its singular geography.
The perception of reality is in itself a cultural fact. Every age reformulates its own handle on reality. Man is a consubstantial part of the landscape, but the landscape is also part of man, as the backdrop and stage setting for all human life.
The Canary Islands possess a powerful, yet not invulnerable, topographical support. It is in these terms that we would like this Biennial to cast its gaze over the landscape, landscape as an expanded concept, landscape as a focussed space of contemporary architecture, landscape as a space of calculated transformation, landscape as a space of human construction but also as a receptacle of the memory.
In this equation, the Canaries offers itself up as a huge laboratory, as a place from which to take a sample of the contemporary situation, as a sensitive and at once possible space. Cada tiempo reformula la manera de gestionar la realidad. Sobre esta base las exposiciones, los seminarios, los talleres y las construcciones han sido pensadas por canarios, tomando como referente Canarias y esperando obtener resultados para Canarias. Given the obstacles which have had to be overcome, the merits are quite considerable.
Returning to the second advantage mentioned above, few merits can be assumed, if it were not for having perceived their inseparable coexistence and for having decided to encourage one single channel of expression. On this basis, the exhibitions, the seminars, the workshops and the constructions have been conceived by people from the Canaries, taking the Canaries as their reference and hoping to obtain results for the Canaries. An initial fertile phase, characterised by modern architectural models applied to a virgin territory and executed with precarious means, in which a rationalist architecture was produced.
This phase saw the involvement of the pioneers of modernism in architecture in the Canaries who would mark the path to be followed by future generations. Regarding this period, while one cannot speak of a Canarian singularisation, it is possible to distinguish characterising features of it.
History repeats itself, and this new generation has managed to leave its mark on the new architects from the Canaries. Nevertheless, our current reality is radically opposed: exhausted space, population density, bureaucratic standstill, severe planning problems, bitter competitiveness in a limited market. This goal is part of the much more ambitious target, which is a critical analysis of the contents of the three disciplines that will conclude with the necessary shared evolution.
For this reason, it will be necessary to join individual, theoretical and institutional efforts that will allow us to achieve the most pressing goal, the success of the Biennial, given that its success will mean not just success in promoting the cause of architecture, but also a rapprochement between Culture, with uppercase, and the people of the Canary Islands.
Is a doctor in architecture, who practices in the United States and Spain. After working with Enric Miralles, she set up her own studio in Llegamos al Golfo, aparcamos el coche y empezamos andar. Sin pretender conquistar ni poseer el espacio, sino creando escenarios que tienen en cuenta el lugar, la luz y la tierra, que aumentan nuestra conciencia sobre la realidad del entorno.
Upon greeting each other, we got into the car and started our tour of the island. One of the places on our itinerary was Charco de los Clicos, in El Golfo, a crater by the seashore.
It is one of the most stunning landscapes in Lanzarote. During our drive, we spoke about Lanzarote and its topography, and discussed ideas: opening a wound in the land, designing a bench, etc. We arrived at El Golfo, parked the car and began walking.
It was at that point, we decided to propose to the Biennial that this gesture: an intervention should be permanent. Without any pretensions of conquering nor possessing the space, instead creating scenarios that take the place, the light and the ground into account. In return it heightens our awareness of the reality of our surrounding environment. Walking, as the action of crossing over a space, was how the human initially moved in search of shelter and food, before it became a symbolic action used to transform places.
Before marking a territory, we modify the landscape by walking. With this simple act, the human being has established his most important relationships with his environment. The rope, the iron posts, and the surroundings become the receptors for the nuances and feelings of its unique emplacement. She used the rope to weave together each accident of the surroundings into a narrative, into a route, a hymn. She takes the ropeand lets it fall onto the topography: to create topography.
With a simple, humble, gesture she takes the rope… and lets it fall onto the topography to create topography. Es Titular de Proyectos desde Mejore pero no estropee. Crezca pero no moleste. Use correctamente los recursos escasos.
The Landscape Watchman satellite will be launched into the stratosphere in the Epiphany of These license with points will be distributed to residents and visitors in strategic locations. Improve without damaging. Grow without vandalising. Use the scant resources correctly. Be conscious that Canary Islands are unique. Desde trabaja en Santa Cruz de Tenerife. That same year, she collaborated with Martha Schwartz Inc. Since she works in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
El Hierro es isla reserva Caco Senante - Somos Isleños (Vinyl) la biosfera. The island of El Hierro is a biosphere reserve. At the same time, however, the pressure of property development on the whole of the archipelago is increasing all the time, malpractice frequently evades control and there is a generalised lack of environmental sensitivity, which, taken together, are producing an irreversible deterioration in our territory. In an ironic and witty fashion, this outlandish structure of scrapmerchant technology, the Landscape Watchman, made of recycled elements from construction and industry, snorting out coloured smoke, and looking in all directions with multiple luminous eyes, is a call to order, watching us, making sure that we keep our territory in order, ensuring that we build with criteria of quality and avoid the ecological disasters we are currently generating.
This artefact, given its own nature, is an invitation to recycle, to use alternative renewable energies and make proper use of existing resources, both material and human. The Landscape Watchman is built with pieces of scrap found around the island and was put together by local craftspersons and businesses, who were all delighted with the idea, immediately identifying with the underlying premises of recycling and respect for the environment.
The intervention is rounded off with a Landscape Licence with a points system, a triptych explaining in a direct yet humorous way the reasons for the intervention, listing the development infractions that are causing the ongoing deterioration of the landscape.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Realiza sus estudios en la E. En forma el estudio EdR. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Graduated from E. Selected for the Biennale of Spanish Architecture for students.
Inhe founded the EdR. P studio based in Rome and Tenerife, dedicated to urban and architectural projects, combining this with teaching activity. Much work has been done in the type of reading to formulate, reaching the conclusion that the most convenient solution would be to design a double strategy of reading, but within a continuum.
And all in a space capable of turning the exhibition act into an experience, a journey, into an in and out, where one always leaves with something: a memory, an image, a curiosity. Considering that this would be an unbeatable opportunity to take a historical overview of the Canaries Architecture from modernism, a place where it would be possible to establish some objective points of reference and assessment.
This exhibitive aspect has no other intention than to act as a guide and to present the awarded works without analysing them, leaving that to the spectator. The second reading is the intention of creating a view through images, with the main role not played exclusively by the constructed work.
Here the cultural environment that has developed in our Islands, and that has made the evolution of architecture in the Canaries possible, would also have a place. A continuous vision and view of individuals, works, competition, events, places….
Juan Grande. Gran Canaria. La Laguna. Las Eras. Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Conjunto de viviendas. Reforma del Circulo de Bellas Artes.
La Gomera. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. San Sebastian. Los Realejos. Local para Caja de Arquitectos. Tribuna del Estadio. Centro de 8 unidades de E. Vivienda Unifamiliar. Los Andenes. Cementerio Municipal. Valle Gran Rey. Espacio Cultural Tanque Cepsa. Museo de la Ciencia y el Cosmos. Lanzarote Carlos J. Santa Cruz de Tenerife Juan A. Centro de Servicio al Ciudadano. Juan A. Y URB. Sosa y Juan Torres. Sosa and Juan Torres. Ha dejando de servir de referente.
Land, the former object of urban colonisation, is now proving unable to provide responses to the needs rooted in city life. It is no longer a groundbase reference. In point of fact, the activities carried out in the city take place on various different levels, with the urban fabric superimposed on any type of natural or even architectural topography, for the new land of the cities, the new topography on which it is also built, is beginning to be traced even in the roofs of the buildings making it up.
Those goals basically include becoming aware of and acknowledging the need for optimising the resources, expenses and investment that take part in the modern metropolis, on all social, political and economic strata. We know all too well that urban growth is closely linked to transport priorities. Urban sprawl clearly follows by-passes and ring roads, favouring low density, urban discontinuity, a dependence on vehicles and isolated development. There is a prevailing belief that extensive growth is a sign of progress partly due to the underlying idea of the need for large extensions of land for the creation of industrial employment.
However, the truth is that the most developed countries are in a process that evolves towards outsourcing and a service economy. New jobs are created in services that have to do with knowledge and information technologies. The information era demands places with an intensive concentration of human resources, where employees can pool their knowledge and put their projects into practice.
The discovery by citizens of the appeal of shopping streets in urban centres is putting an expiry date on shopping malls, now changing their interior design to accommodate a more urban look, with streets, sidewalks, lampposts and benches. Just a little public investment to tidy up urban shopping areas would be enough to bring the best trading brands back to these regenerated areas. Reorientar el crecimiento de las ciudades resulta ser una de las tares fundamentales de un planeamiento responsable.
Las personas mayores, viejos y ancianos alcanzan un porcentaje antes nunca visto. Present-day cities have no other option than to reinvent themselves and to adjust to the new post-industrial era.
Either growing inwards or creating new settlements are strategic options in a city planning policy where land, territory, is the key.
Redirecting the growth of cities is one of the basic tasks for responsible planning. Public investment, basically in anything related with collective transport, the airing of the urban fabric, management and development of systems of green areas and a thorough analysis of the new reality of the family unit in relation with the strategies of promotion of publicly or privately funded housing, would inject new life into inner city neighbourhoods.
An unprecedented Caco Senante - Somos Isleños (Vinyl) of the total population is made up by elderly people. The oneto-one information we obtain through the information and communication networks make us increasingly different. A city is its everyday life, its day by day. The concept of a city should focus on an increasingly exhaustive approach as a place for the association of heterogeneous people, diverse lifestyle options, multiple interests.
All of these factors shape a reality with less and less local references, and more internationally readable codes. The late-rationalist city emerging in new peripheral areas is nothing but a perverted replication of the modern city. The ancient ideal of a classless city has derived toward a city in sections.
The notion of segregated functions of the modern movement degenerated into a city of segregated functions where classes are also segregated. The grid model favoured the notion of urban growth proportional to that of the growth in population. Higher housing prices and lower interests rates provoked uncontrolled growth and destructive patterns deriving from a planning resulting in a scarcely sustainable city.
Changing that development, recovering the street and city life with all its complexity and laying the foundations for a city capable of self-managing in its urban conversion and renewal, would be a clear goal of city planners and a symptom of good health of cities and citizenry.
That is the reason why it is no longer necessary to talk about city models, and the use of the concept of urban vision becomes increasingly necessary. The activities and habits derived from urban activity overlap. A greater attention in planning policies aimed at recovery, a fostering of urban renovation with a view to increasing the density of population in city centres would favour new insights and promising perspectives for real estate investors and retailers.
If we want to address the strategies for the revitalising of new urban public spaces we must take into account that the appearance of large shopping malls as public spaces is a consequence of the sprawling and low-density diffuse city, and represents a form of privatisation of the urban social life.
Indeed, some administrations have opted for the development of major architectural and cultural projects, in an understanding of culture as an accumulation of large spectacles targeting spectators-citizens with the result of large portions of the city turned into a sort of museum or tourist object.
And this leads to the need to recover urban spaces as part of a policy aimed at finding a more compact and dense model, injecting vitality and dynamism into the inner cities. The city must be seen as a complex physical structure to which the human element is added. That way of understanding the city and its operational involves an attempt to generate city life at the highest possible level in each sector. And all of it added to an effective and agile public transport system demanding an intensification of public expenditure in order to achieve a reduction of the costs brought about by the unnecessary use of cars inside the city.
Thus, a system of environmentally friendly transport is encouraged through the planning of a combined use, that could result in a city and urban culture beginning to balance the real costs of land consumption and its impact on non-renewable resources.
Otherwise, an irreversible process of environmental, social or cultural decay will take place in pursuit of privatised bubbles devoid of any space for cultural or human miscegenation and therefore alien to the real city. A worrying effect of spatial disintegration that has a by-product of a mushrooming of gated developments on the outskirts of cities. Inner city decay, the lack of resources to sustain the traffic infrastructure of a dispersed and sprawling metropolis, the lack of an efficient public transport service, are all serious handicaps for the future of the city.
Stirring-up fear and, as a result, the marketing strategies of real estate companies offering security as an added bonus for certain areas or estates, private chains of information, and with cultural miscegenation viewed by certain social, political and economic. El viejo ideal de una ciudad sin clases ha derivado en algo parecido a una ciudad por partes.
The key question would therefore be whether city planning will be capable of providing an effective answer to those new problems in line with its past ability to respond to the new organisational challenges posed by the industrial city.
And we are talking of a planning capable of harmonising city planning expertise with the complexity and lack of determination of the real city and the territory, and that unfolds as an act of integrational responsibility synthesised within the concept of sustainable development. Six teams of architects are dealing with the problems derived from growth and density in various case studies of contemporary cities.
More than ever, Caco Senante - Somos Isleños (Vinyl), the present-day prosperity of a territory is measured by its ability to generate inhabitable spaces. Scenarios for Growth features works by various architects facing the challenges posed by development in recent years.
The exhibition shows the result of research carried out by these teams around the interpretation, preservation and articulation that criteria for growth should always consider. It is about learning how we must grow in order to be able to generate new spaces providing room for our present-day cultural, social and urban demands.
Scenarios for Growth organises various responses to face an ever-changing world, where certainties can hardly coexist with the reality of a present that requires to be analysed with accuracy and rigor, but also with the necessary imagination to conceive the future. Pei-Zhu belongs to a new generation of Chinese architects educated abroad and struggling to keep identity alive without renouncing a universal thinking of architecture.
Actar Architecture uses various projects carried out in a number of cities Barcelona, Valencia, Graz, Brussels, Gwandju as an excuse to talk to us about the new habitat in contemporary cities, a subject on which they have developed a new body of theory. Su trabajo ha sido reconocido y publicado ampliamente y sus propuestas premiadas en diversos concursos. Castillo and Saidee Springall, pooling their many years of experience in different types of projects. They have recently participated in projects for social and environmental housing designs, as well as for educational institutions.
Their work has been widely recognized and published and their designs have received many awards in competitions. En el funda junto con Saidee Springall, arquitectura s. Ha participado como comisario de diversas exposiciones y bienales internacionales. Intogether with Saidee Springall, he founded arquitectura s. His designs and articles have been published in magazines in Mexico and around the world. He has taught and given conferences at various institutions worldwide, and has curated several international exhibitions and biennials.
Su trabajo y escritos han sido publicados en las revistas Arquitectura, Praxis, Arquine, Enlace, 2G, y en el libro 10x Mexico, After graduating in Architecture from the Universidad Iberoamericana inobtained a master and doctorate from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard in Her works and writings have been published in the magazines Arquitectura, Praxis, Arquine, Enlace, 2G, and in the book 10x By means of presentations of non-realized architectural, city planning and landscaping projects, it hopes to explore the potentials of a territory growing and transforming in a multiplicity of ways.
This work accumulates and updates over two years of research and development of ideas on Mexico City addressed and posited in various exhibitions on architecture and cities. What does growth mean in a city whose population increases by almostevery year? What does it mean to buildnew housing units every year without counting improvised dwellings? What relationship is possible between the limits of urban growth and natural and rural territories?
What new stories, techniques, protocols and projects are necessary in order to transform and potentialise the territory in a city as complex as Mexico? Systems that understand the use of water and drainage, waste treatment, the processes of deindustrialisation and regeneration of centrals, the new infrastructure of mobility and transport, and the rural-urban transition.
And all this is associated with categories of housing, open space, infrastructures and work places. Each condition is developed as a project of distinct scale that posits a territorialisation, deterritorialisation or reterritorialisation.
These operations ultimately posit a taking of political, economic, social, spatial power. Prior to establishing REX, Mr. While with OMA, Mr. Additionally, Mr. Prior to joining REX, Mr. El Museum Plaza, un complejo de Temas: A. The creators of the project have a twofold Caco Senante - Somos Isleños (Vinyl) to revitalize downtown Louisville on the one hand, and to protect the rural outskirts on the other. Issues: A. Projected population studies for developed farmland 3 Museum Plaza: Analysis of building occupancy in hour period.
Calculate maximum capacity b. How does the design for Museum Plaza directly address the economic goals of the developers? Desde ejerce profesionalmente en Barcelona. Es autor de numerosas publicaciones. Works professionally in Barcelona since Besides, from he has been managing Actar Architecture, architecture and city planning studio.
He has taken part in teams involved in many building projects and city planning proposals. His works have been distinguished both nationally and internationally. He is also the author of many publications. He has collaborated in many Spanish and international publications. Entre y colabora en varios despachos de Barcelona. From to she collaborated in several studios in Barcelona. Intentando responder a diversas cuestiones….
A new multiple and multiplied-multilayered and multiscale, in other words n-dimensional-nature which we have called Metapolis. By trying to respond to various questions…. How to grow outwards without destroying the environment? In other words, how to imagine inter-urban and inter-system building, infrastructure, landscape territorial plans of coordinated development Land-Grids.
Lands in Lands. How to create new relational spaces, beyond the traditional public space? In other words, how to work with the use and activity, in-and betweenlandscapes and collective spaces.
Living Lands. In other words, how to imagine new scenarios for life and activity from a mix of programmes and surroundings, architectures and natures.
From new hybrid operations, of crossing and interchange between phenomena, processes, strata, programmes, cultures, places and atmospheres, aimed at reactivating the plural character of the city. Diagrams and ideograms, at once instigators and catalysts, capable of synthesising in concise and precise formulations the phenomena, relations, spaces, and vectors of development.
Capaces de combinar movimientos implosivos y desarrollos extendidos. Able to combine implosive movements and extended developments. Relational scenarios: Lands In Land From the former public space we have shifted to the relational space.
A truly collective space open to leisure, rest, to thematic, ludic or mixed activity and to all those users who are increasingly more important in the new society that is on its way. Active landscapes over host landscapes. O en estratos. Entre objetos, redes y entornos. Or in strata. In new simultaneous topologies or topographies of activity.
Fostering hybrid encounters between constructions, landscapes and infrastructures. Between objects, networks and surroundings. Caco Senante - Somos Isleños (Vinyl) was produced in collaboration with Submarine. After graduating from the University of Amsterdam with degrees in political science and lawshe studied at the Columbia University School of Journalism.
En la actualidad, OMA construye las nuevas instalaciones de As a professor at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Koolhaas initiated the Project on the City, a research program investigating changing urban conditions around the world.
Rotterdam-based photographer who documents urban development in places like Cairo, Kinshasa, and Lagos — African cities that have undergone high-speed expansion, and whose developments have been largely ignored by the Western media. In parallel to Caco Senante - Somos Isleños (Vinyl) collaboration with Rem Koolhaas, which began inCleijne continues to document the dynamics of African cities.
Her work, called Volksware, deals with the value creation of consumer products and its effect on the consumer. Her most recent work, the most expensive coat in the world, is made of more than 7, clothing labels. Submarine is an independent multi-media studio based in Amsterdam that produces new formats for television, internet, and mobile devices, combining digital and traditional media. As the largest port and commercial center of Nigeria, Lagos is home to an estimated 15 million people whose very survival depends on improvisation, networking, and risk-taking.
How and why does a city with so many problems continue to grow against all odds? This DVD is an intimate engagement with this hardly documented city, capturing multiple perspectives of a volatile moment in its evolution. But another, more personal interpretation of the city was embedded in the 55 hours of material she shot during her three trips to Nigeria - a collection of up-close encounters with the people of Lagos and a tracing of the paths and rhythms of their daily lives.
If Koolhaas looked at the patterns of Lagos from afar and then zoomed in on the details, Van der Haak. It separates the distant — wide — and the intimate — close views of the city enabling the viewer to switch between these perspectives interactively. As one of the few recent records of a city that has been largely ignored by western media — with the exception of events like religious riots and military coups - this DVD is an invitation to look and listen to Lagos — at a moment when the energy of change can reveal fascinating insights into the uncontrollable forces of urbanization.
Appingedam, Nathalie De Vries studied architecture at the TU Delft, receiving her diploma with honourable mention in Nathalie de Vries has lectured throughout the world. Here he graduated both as an architect and as an urban planner in with honourable mention. Nathalie de Vries ha impartido cursos por todo el mundo. De hecho, con 1. Datatown es el resultado de una serie de asunciones. En este momento existe acceso a 6 sectores.
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