PLOT Special Edition Nº6: Constructive details

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PLOT´s 2016 second special edition is out on the Street! This new edition exposes new techniques that find their place in our “unfinished technological map”.

This special edition includes six examples of contemporary architecture of different scale and program. These are from the offices HARQUITECTES – dataAE; Sebastián Irarrázaval; Barozzi | Veiga; Kengo Kuma & Associates; 51-1 + Ctrl G; Studio Fuksas.

Projects from Spain, Chile, Poland, China and The United States were selected for this publication, which add new examples to our (yet) unfinished map.

Together with these projects, we published three articles under the title “Material (in) formation”. The first one, written by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, questions the relationship between the processing of information and reality. Following this, an interview to Nader Tehrani, by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Aaron Sprecher and Shai Yeshayahu and, in the end, an extract of Architecture (in) formation, edited by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Aaron Sprecher.

PLOT Special Edition Nº6: Constructive Details. 3º Unfinished Technological Map

INDEX

Editorial: Constructive Details. Florencia Medina.

ICTA-ICP Research Center. Autonomous University of Barcelona Campus. HARQUITECTES- dataAE. 2011-2014. Barcelona, Spain.

Constitución Library. Sebastián Irarrázaval. 2011-2015. Constitución, Chile.

Szczecin Philharmonic. Barozzi | Veiga. 2007-2014. Szczecin, Poland.

Folk Art Museum Expansion, China’s Art Academy. Kengo Kuma & Associates. 2009-2015. Hangzhou, China.

Medellin Modern Art Museum expansion (MAMM). 51-1 + Ctrl G. 2013-2015. Antioquia, Colombia.

Terminal 3 Bao´an, Shenzhen International Airport. Studio Fuksas. 2008-2013. Guangdong, China.

Material (in) formation

“The extension of the concept of authorship between drawing and construction”. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa.

About the abstraction of information and the physical tectonics of materials. Interview to Nader Tehrani byPablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Aaron Sprecher and Shai Yeshayahu.

“Architecture (in) formation. On the nature of information in digital architecture.” Edited by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa y Aaron Sprecher.

See content for other PLOT issues:

PLOT Nº01 / PLOT Nº02 PLOT Nº03 / PLOT Nº04 PLOT Nº 05 / PLOT Nº06 / PLOT Nº07 PLOT Nº08 PLOT Nº09 / PLOT Nº10 / PLOT Edición Especial Nº2: Detalles Constructivos. 1º Mapa Tecnológico Inconcluso / PLOT Nº11 / PLOT Nº12 / PLOT Nº13 / PLOT Nº14 / PLOT Nº15 / PLOT Edición Especial Nº3: Detalles Constructivos. 2º Mapa Tecnológico Inconcluso / PLOT Nº16 PLOT Nº17 PLOT Nº18 / PLOT Nº19PLOT Nº20PLOT Nº21PLOT Edición Especial Nº4: Modos de Habitar. Inventario de Vivienda ColectivaPLOT Nº22PLOT Nº23PLOT Nº24PLOT Nº25PLOT Nº26PLOT Nº27PLOT Edición Especial Nº5: Paisajes de lo inestablePLOT Nº28 PLOT Nº29 / PLOT Nº30 / PLOT Nº31

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