PLOT 29Thursday 28 de April, 2016
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In the magazine section of this edition of PLOT we publish the reconstruction work done by METRO Arquitetos, of the historic concrete and glass easels designed by Lina Bo Bardi for the MASP. We also present a building with flexible co-working offices with an undulating facade by Alejandro Gawianski in Buenos Aires. Lastly, we share the Kitsuné coffee boutique design by Charles-Edmond Henry and Nicolas Dorval-Bory studio, in Paris.
In the practice section we publish two museums built in United States by Renzo Piano Building Workshop: the Kimbell Art Museum annex of the Louis Kahn original pavilion and the new Whitney Museum of American Art building in New York. Moreover, we feature five young Mexican studios that represent contemporary in Mexico through the analysis of Miquel Adrià. Finally, Daniel Kosak analyses the last decade and a half of public works in Buenos Aires, and we show in detail three representatives buildings: Buenos Aires Polo Científico Tecnológico, Centro Cultural Kirchner y Buenos Aires Ciudad Casa de Gobierno.
In the theory section, in a new edition of 00T 030, Ciro Najle interviews Simon Kim and Mariana Ibañez (Ik Studio), about urbanism and architecture related to robotics. Finally three essays concludes the magazine: Humberto Lameda analyze Fun Palace homeostatic architecture by Cedric Price, Pablo Martínez Capdevilla interview Andrea Branzi and Diana Ramirez Rasso writes about rooms and objects as tools for political reform in the late Enlightenment.
METRO Arquitetos. Hormigón y Cristal. Martin Corullon, METRO Arquitetos partner, details his reproduction work of concrete and glass easels originally designed by Lina Bo Bardi, for the main hall of the MASP.
HIT 3. Co-working offices. A building with flexible work spaces proposes a particular curved facade in the Belgrano neighborhood.
Boutique Kitsuné. Charles-Edmond Henry and Nicolas Dorval-Bory renovated an old Paris warehouse into a coffee- boutique for Kitsuné. The project gets homogeneity through materials, colors and furniture.
Renzo Piano Building Workshop in EE. UU. Two museums built in the United States by Renzo Piano Building Workshop: the Kimbell Art Museum annex of the Louis Kahn original pavilion and the new Whitney Museum of American Art building at the end of the High Line Park at New York.
New Mexican Practices. Entitled Mexican Architectures. Miquel Adrià, a Catalan architect and editor of Arquine magazine living in Mexico, contextualizes the contemporary practices of mexican architecture, argued from history and its future. In addition, we analyzed the work of five current young Mexican offices.Estudio Macías Peredo: Four projects evoking the ability of this Mexican architects, Magui Peredo Arenas and Salvador Macías Corona, who work under the contingencies of its environment. Their work, created from timeless and universal interests, adapts to local crafts. Ambrosi / Etchegaray: Jorge Ambrosi and Gabriela Etchegaray Architects, explore the possibilities of technological simplicity, structure and materials to solve housing problems. Pedro & Juana: Mexican architect Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and German architect Mecky Reuss, experiment together with different textures, technology, crafts, scales and colors for art and furniture projects. Miguel Montor: This architect consolidates its practice by specializing in educational buildings. Through four works we expose the technical systematization of his built projects. Anagrama: This firm desings the architecture, branding and software of two libraries and two shops in the city of Monterrey.
Public works in Buenos Aires. Daniel Kosak analyses the last decade and a half of public works in Buenos Aires and we show in detail three representatives buildings: Buenos Aires Polo Científico Tecnológico, Centro Cultural Kirchner y Buenos Aires Ciudad Casa de Gobierno.
OOT 030 /Ciro Najle interviews Simon Kim and Mariana Ibañez of Ik Studio, about their work´s materials, spatial interaction, urbanism and architecture related to robotics.
La arquitectura homeostática del Fun Palace. Humberto Lameda essay about the Cedric Price´s building.
Estamos Adentro. Pablo Martínez Capdevilla converses Andrea Branzi.
Cuando la arquitectura enseña a pensar.Diana Ramirez Rasso´s essay about rooms and objects as tools for political reform in the late Enlightenment.
See content for other PLOT issues:
PLOT 01 / PLOT 02 / PLOT 03 / PLOT 04 / PLOT 05 / PLOT 06 / PLOT 07 / PLOT 08 / PLOT 09 / PLOT 10 / PLOT Special Edition Nº2: Constructive details. 1º Unfinished Technological Map / PLOT 11 / PLOT 12 / PLOT 13 / PLOT 14 / PLOT 15 / PLOT Special Edition Nº3: Constructive details. 2º Unfinished Technological Map/ PLOT 16 / PLOT 17 / PLOT 18 / PLOT 19 / PLOT 20/ PLOT 21/ PLOT 22/ PLOT 23/ PLOT 24/ PLOT Nº25/ PLOT Nº26/ PLOT Nº 27/ PLOT Special Edition Nº5: Landscapes of the unstable / Plot Nº28
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