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PLOT 30 is out on the street! You can get the April 2016 – May 2016 issue in bookstores and in our virtual store. If you subscribe to the magazine, you have a 20% discount on the price of the cover.

In the magazine section of this edition of PLOT we publish the report “A Japanese Constellation” by Alessandro Orsini, about the MoMA exhibition “A japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond” curaedted by Petro Gadanho. We also analyze the kindergarten built by the municipal system of education of Santa Fe City. Finally, we present the work done by the young architecture office It Met, for the Circus BA headquarter and the biergarten Camping store.

In the practice section we publish four projects that exemplify the interests and the methods that cross the Catalan architect work. We also publish an interview done in the name of PLOT by the Mexican architect Marielsa Castro, to the Japanese architect Toyo Ito. A conversation divided in two parts, the first is dedicated to his general theory and practice and the second to the debate about three projects we publish in this edition: the National Taichung Theatre, the library “Minna No Mori” Gifu Media Cosmos and the National Taiwan University College of Social Sciences. Lastly, we share the article “Technique, variation and assembly” wrote by Ligia Gaffuri and Martín Torrado. Then we show in detail three of his projects built in Puertos neighborhood: the Service Center, the Marinas Sport Club and the Ceibos Sport Club. 

In the theory section we publish “Rotativas”, six conversations where different architects intervie to other colleagues. The first conversation was carried out at Buenos Aires in 2011, between Monoblock and Álvaro Puntoni, and the last one happened at the Venice Biennale 2013, between Studio Mumbai and OFFICE KGDVS. Also participated Luis Callejas, PRODUCTORA and Johnston Marklee. Finally, concluding the magazine is the exhibition of “Bricolage”, an artwork series produced by Nicolas D´Angelo.

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INDEX

MAGAZINE

Una Constelación Japonesa. Alessandro Orsini reported last exhibition curated by Pedro Gadanho “A japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond” at MoMA. An exhibition that focuses on the work of architects and designers who began their careers around Toyo Ito and SANAA.

Nursery Schools. This article analyzes the Plan of initial education promoted by the Subsecretary of Architecture in Santa Fe city, which carries out the construction of the first municipal gardens for children between 1 and 3 years. Then we share the project material of the Coronel Dorrego Garden Nursery.

It Met.We publish CircusBA offices and the biergarten Camping, buitl by Maximiliano Ciovich and Facundo Fernández, founding partners of It Met architecture studio.

PRACTICE

Josep Ferrando. We publish four projects that exemplify the interests and the methods which cross the Catalan architect work.Materia y Luz.This is a monographic exhibition about his work, where a series of monomaterials models show his ability to define a way of living. Then we show three of his building, that explore how the architecture can maximize his siting and, at the same time, how his materialization mechanisms influence and determine the projected spaces: Casa en Bescanó, Campus Universitario URV and Casa entre medianeras.

Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects. Inname of PLOT, the Mexican architect Marielsa Castro, interviewed the Japanese architect Toyo Ito. A conversation divided in two parts, the first is dedicated to his general theory and practice and the second, a debate about three projects that we publish in this edition: National Taichung Theatre. This is a cultural project with a dense program designed under the “sound cave” concept. In three dimension, the library connects every function of the complex and the exterior park, the terraces and the accessible roof. “Minna No Mori” Gifu Media Cosmos. Is the Gifu public library building. A project that, through an energy efficient proposal, consume a fifty percent less than a building with the same surface built 25 years before. College of Social Sciences. It is about a library and classroom project for the National Taiwan University materialized in two building with a peculiar formal, functional and positioning within the campus contrast.

Torrado arquitectos. We publish the article “Technique, variation and ensemble. About the liberty of constructive restriction” wrote by Ligia Gaffuri and Martin Torrado. Then we show in detail three of his last construction built in Puertos del Lago neighborhood:  the Service Center, Marinas Sport Club and Ceibos Sport Club. 

THEORY

Rotativas Six conversations done for PLOT web, where different architects interview others colleagues. The first conversation was carried out at Buenos Aires in 2011, between Monoblock and Álvaro Puntoni, and the last one happened at the Venice Biennale 2013, between Studio Mumbai and OFFICE KGDVS. Also participated Luis Callejas, PRODUCTORA and Johnston Marklee.

Bricolage. We publish an artwork series produced by Nicolas D´Angelo.

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 20PLOT 21PLOT 22PLOT 23PLOT 24PLOT 25PLOT 26PLOT 27PLOT Special Edition Nº5: Landscapes of the unstable / PLOT 28 / PLOT 29

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