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The research presented in this book condenses the work carried out over the last fifteen years, oriented toward the development of architecture projects.

Your email address will not be published. Svergopoulos added it Mar 11, Just as when a tree is planted. To ask other readers questions about Geologicsplease sign up. Pume added it Sep 11, Architecture and urbanism need to learn from nature in a structural way, in order to integrate the principles and values of environmental processes, of the logics of natural ecosystems, of the anatomy or physiology of living beings and of their material properties, which in their totality have demonstrated their capacity for survival throughout their evolution process.

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Zulal Korur marked it as to-read Sep 20, Shane Daniel is currently reading it May 27, If it knows how to interpret the values of the site, it will be capable of producing a richer and more complex place and leave it open to life and to its transformation and evolution. Every architecture project acts on a particular geographical environment, interacts with the world through the multiple networks that traverse it, and ultimately defines a functional node that transforms the properties of the place.


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It deals with mountain ranges, trade flows and social interactions. Mina Hanna rated it liked it Aug 27, We work in this way to produce an architecture which develops the potentials that the information society offers for constructing a more natural world.

Geologics : Geography, Bits and Architecture

Preview — Geologics by Vicente Guallart. Published February 1st by Actar first published May 30th This means that geologicss practice of the architect is transformed: Sara Striedinger marked it as to-read Aug 05, Fatmanur Zengin marked it as to-read Feb 15, Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive?

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We understand the practice of architecture as an activity that sets processes in motion rather than simply surfing the conjunctural waves that periodically invade the territory. Best of guallatt, he creates an original and practical vocabulary for thinking through designs to reconcile these seeming contraries.

The projects follow a “natural” logic, referring to components originating in nature, as well as to environmental systems. GeoLogics are the logics of the Earth.


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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. In the pursuit of an architectural project that is more than an object on a background, an affirmation of personal identity on the landscape or a phenomenon on a cultural context, the human actuation must be a nature in itself capable of possessing differing degrees of artificiality both geoogics its gestation and in its operation. Guallart Architects projects blog books background contact links GeoLogics Geography, Information and Architecture Vicente Guallart Published by ACTAR, The research presented in this book condenses the work carried out over the last fifteen years, oriented toward the development of architecture projects.

A number of the projects are explained in terms of various logics that can operate at different scales or by way of guallart systems. After some years of pure formalism someone is trying to think architecture in a new way. Oskar Yvan rated it it was amazing Apr 12, We are, then, more interested in the systemic character of the architecture than in its iconic character per se.