Etiqueta: pliegos SCALAE

Pliego SCALAE Patxi Mangado, online versión en línea

con el extracto «architecture is something that can be learnt | la arquitectura es algo que se puede aprender…» se inicia la publicación en scalae.net del contenido incluido en el pliego dedicado a Patxi Mangado y publicado en 2004 5 de octubre de 2022 Los nueve extractos que corresponden a la conversación, con Félix Arranz, son:The nine extracts from the conversation with Félix Arranz are: 01 architecture is something that can be learnt | la arquitectura es algo que se puede aprender02 un arquitecto de oficio | the trade of the architect…03 intentar hacer cosas que no sé hacer | on trying to do things...

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PATXI MANGADO POR SÍ MISMO, EXTRACTO 05/09 DEL PLIEGO SCALAE: saber el límite | knowing the limits…

8 de agosto de 2013 (a propósito de) límites, espacio > [ver +] [English]Patxi Mangado: Knowing the limits is our ongoing struggle. The limits of investigation, the limits of our proposals, our own limits. We live in a world of open limits: limits, which, at the end of the day, are defined by the research field of our work. Limits are synonymous with doubt. If you didn’t have doubts then interest, progress and risk would not exist either. On the one hand I want to extend my limits; but on the other hand I have my doubts, I’m afraid to....

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PATXI MANGADO POR SÍ MISMO, EXTRACTO 04/09 DEL PLIEGO SCALAE: el paso intermedio | the intermediary stages…

18 de julio de 2013 (a propósito de) programa – investigación > [ver +] [English] Patxi Mangado: Just don’t ask me to work a computer. Unfortunately, computers have become an objective in themselves. I tell students that it’s not a good thing to work out a project from the PC, I prefer that they think with the pencil first, and then draw things out on the screen. I try to learn something from everything: from all of the new points of reference as well. But sociology, physics, fluids etc applied to architecture – all of those diffuse inter-disciplinary exercises –...

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PATXI MANGADO POR SÍ MISMO, EXTRACTO 03/09 DEL PLIEGO SCALAE: intentar hacer cosas que no sé hacer | on trying to do things I don’t know how to do…

17 de julio de 2013 (a propósito de) procesos > [ver +] [English] Patxi Mangado: I do what I know how to do, and I also try to do things that I don’t know how to do. A few years ago, when I was quite insecure and was trying to find myself a style, my attitude was ‘praetorian’, rather black and white. But not today,. Today I immerse myself in trying to research new options, trying out different things. That means taking risks with things over which I have no mastery over. It is really hard work. I research something,...

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Patxi Mangado por sí mismo, extracto 02/09 del pliego SCALAE: un arquitecto de oficio | the trade of the architect…

16 de julio de 2013 (a propósito de) ETSAUN >>> [ver +] [English]Patxi Mangado: I got my first real sense of what architecture was all about from Javier Carvajal, during my fourth year at university. The faculty was really just starting to take off then, but it was all very provincial. The lecturers meant well, and some of the more technical subjects were quite well taught, but it was all rather amateurish. There was no way you could make mistakes, or take risks. Javier Carvajal was the first one  person who talked to us about risky architecture, warts and...

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Patxi Mangado por sí mismo, extracto 01/09 del pliego SCALAE: architecture is something that can be learnt | la arquitectura es algo que se puede aprender…

10 de junio de 2013 (a propósito de) Estella >>> [ver +] [scalae pliego Patxi Mangado online]1st extract | primer extracto [English] [ > Español] Patxi Mangado and Félix Arranz in conversation. 2004. Félix Arranz: We fly along in Patxi Mangado’s car up to the vantage point of his studio in Pamplona, where we chat. Lots of people greet him along the way: he appears to be very popular and well liked. Our conversation, like his architectural style, is direct, humorous and frank without any puns, ironic comments or ambiguity. He says what he means. Like his buildings, the...

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Carlos Ferrater por sí mismo, extracto 07/07 del pliego scalae: working in Barcelona | trabajar en Barcelona…

27 de mayo de 2013 (a propósito de Barcelona… y mas) >>> [ver +] 7th extract | séptimo extracto  [English]I don’t know how other people identify a building of mine; it’s something I cannot know. Maybe some buildings are recognizable, although it’s more difficult of late as there’s greater experimentation and risk-taking and the language becomes less obvious.  The experimentation, in our case, occurs in different laboratories: the landscape, the city, the construction process, working closely with Joan Guibernau. At a reduced size, when intermediation disappears and the relationship with the occupant becomes clearer. And, above all, in competitions,...

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Carlos Ferrater por sí mismo, extracto 06/07 del pliego scalae: when the precise material doesn’t exist | cuando no existe el material preciso…

14 de mayo de 2013 (a propósito de un material: la «pieza ferrater») >>> [ver +] 6th extract | sexto extracto  [English] The materials are present from the first. I try to use only a few, the minimum number required to resolve a project. They emerge at the same time as the structural and spatial approach; the materiality appears with the skin, too, because architecture makes itself felt in a sensitive way. One gradually produces a design practice without prior theory. This —the design practice— is what will lead to a theoretical approach.  Today’s industry offers materials in sheet form...

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Carlos Ferrater por sí mismo, extracto 05/07 del pliego scalae: the Stradivarius violin case | el estuche de un Stradivarius…

6 de mayo de 2013 (sobre luz y materia) >>> [ver +] 5th extract | quinto extracto  [English]I like the fact that people come to the studio full of enthusiasm, wanting to try things, to work and experiment, to learn and teach. A recent arrival is a young German architect who comes from a family of violinmakers. I asked him why he didn’t want to continue the family tradition and he replied that he was more interested in the violin case. A violin case is spatial and has a crucial relationship to what it contains. The Stradivarius violin case...

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Carlos Ferrater por sí mismo, extracto 04/07 del pliego scalae: a professional structure | una estructura profesional…

14 de abril de 2013 (sobre el equipo) >>> [ver +] 4th extract | cuarto extracto   [English]I’ve always been testing things, each project’s been a new experience, an attempt not to reformulate what I already knew, handling the contradiction the architect experiences between a one-off building and an ongoing process. Architecture is a collective undertaking. The architect must be the lynchpin in this process. His role can be very variable. I’ve always wondered how much there is of Libera, the architect, and how much of Malaparte, the poet client, in the house on Capri. In our studio we...

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Carlos Ferrater por sí mismo, extracto 03/07 del pliego scalae: projects on a small scale | proyectos en pequeña escala…

14 de abril de 2013 (a propósito de) Archigram >>> [ver +] 3rd extract | tercer extracto   [English]During this time I had a small studio in a car repair shop. We were designing things in the lubrication pit; there were two of us and we spent time working on things to do with ephemeral architecture. I put together a poster I’ve still got on which I collated the proposals which at the end of the 1960s and beginning of the 70s predicted what architecture would be like in the year 2000: Soleri’s integral theater, Jungman’s pneumatic cells, Piranesian architecture,...

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Carlos Ferrater por sí mismo, extracto 02/07 del pliego scalae: one teacher I didn’t have | un profesor que no he tenido…

14 de abril de 2013 (a propósito de) Coderch >>> [ver +] 2nd extract | segundo extracto    [English]I’d like to talk about one teacher I didn’t have: J.A. Coderch de Sentmenat. He gave classes in project design for a few months at the start of the “new plan.” I was doing the “old plan” and wasn’t entitled to go to his classes. Nobody asked me if I’d enrolled on his course, and I attended his workshop. We were meant to design a single-family house in the Maresme, where he was designing someone’s home. The first day I had correction...

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Carlos Ferrater por sí mismo, extracto 01/07 del pliego scalae: the highest thing you could aspire to | la máxima aspiración…

2 de abril de 2013 (a propósito de) Manuel de Lambarri >>> [ver +]   1st extract | primer extracto  Carlos Ferrater and Félix Arranz in conversation. 2003, september. In the heart of Barcelona’s Ensanche, on Calle Balmes where it almost intersects with Diagonal, the street hums with the humid Mediterranean heat of June and the noise of the speeding traffic that rounds off a Friday afternoon. For all that, noise and heat have remained outdoors. Good insulation. The conversation takes place at the far end of the studio, at a small round table beside a patio with white reflections and bamboo. A competition...

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Pliego SCALAE Carlos Ferrater, online version en línea

con el extracto «The highest thing you could aspire to | la máxima aspiración…» se inicia la publicación en scalae.net del contenido incluido en el pliego dedicado a Carlos Ferrater y publicado en 2003. 2 de abril de 2013 Los siete extractos que corresponden a la conversación son:The seven extracts from the conversation are: 01 the highest thing you could aspire to | la máxima aspiración…02 un profesor que no he tenido | one teacher I didn’t have…03 proyectos en pequeña escala | projects on a small scale…04 una estructura profesional | a professional structure…05 el estuche de un...

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