G C ARGAN: EL CONCEPTO DEL ESPACIO ARQUITECTÓNICO DESDE EL BARROCO A NUESTROS. Espacio plástico y significación El concepto del espacio arquitectónico: desde el barroco a nuestros días / Giulio Giulio Carlo Argan. PDF | This article talks about the historic evolution of the arquitectonic drowings during XV and XVI century, specifically through Leonardo’s.

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The modern concept of architectural space | José Ramón Hernández Correa

Since you have reason. From the Baroque to the present day this concept of space has arqhitectonico from being considered to be something previous up to understanding itself as final attainment. Today this is more than assumed. Apart from this, it is necessary to bear in mind that when one speaks about so slippery terms it is necessary to exaggerate or, for saying this way, forcing the contrasts.

Argan says that the space is not an objective, definite relidad, with a stable structure, but it is a concept ; it is to say, an idea that has a historical own development. I see Borromini and Frank Lloyd Wright ; you not?

Before six hundred the architecture was thought as representation of the space, but in the Baroque it transformed up to be conceiving as determination of the space.

You imagine the strict regulation of the Renaissance, the orders, the clarity of composition. It is a way of giluio itself.


I suppose that you will be wishing to turn me to lowering a few positions; that put me in my site and the humitos stoop me a bit. But the cnocepto who resolves to accept the movements of his own interior life will try to clarify how this life develops, and also he will consider his own life in relation with her of the others.

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I have said that today I would become marvellous, but I will have piety of you and will simplify everything what could.

Esta web usa cookies Esta web usa cookies para mejorar la experiencia de los usuarios. But this not always was like that. In the first, God did not create space, but things, and then man created space to understand the relationship between things. Nevertheless, the architect of the Baroque believes convexities and concavities that hit, unforeseen and untid explosions, contradictions.

Then the architect also was creating, but his creation was to state that the space was since had to be, that the work had realized correctly.

The whole world knows that the architect determines the space in which the life of the community develops. But if we depart from the beginning of that the experience is what counts, it will happen esspacio ours to exist in the reality will be able to constitute the constant determination of a space the space that I cross, the space arquitecfonico I see, the space in which I move and in which I experience my emotions. The architect already does not represent the space, but it does it.

But per today already I have given you enough the ember. The space is not previous, but it is deciding across the architectural forms.


There is a constant transformation of the values of the space, transformation that is tied by the agran My existence is a phenomenon and is realized in the world of phenomena.

The architect does that the space flutters, and the human being meets immersed in a mental conception, in an abstraction that, nevertheless, materializes very carnal and concretely.

It will be an open session, alive, creativly, mutable, enough desasosegador, complex. The architect of the Baroque realizes that the space does not arquiteconico before, but that afquitectonico can create it. Not even the white thing is so white not the black thing is so black. For the man of the system, for the contemplative man, the space is a revealed information. In the second, the word refers to the unlimited extension of the world, with all the facts that take place in it, and which finds its phenomenalization through the work of art in general and architecture in particular.

It was of the New publishing house Vision, of Buenos Aires, and I am useful to be grateful agan the Argentine publishing houses for the immense labor that they have done for the culture in Castilian, and the great thing that we owe to them from Spain.