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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Open Preview See a Problem? This represents the contemporaneity of Reading between the lines and the ideas that it provokes today with such movements —besides being somewhat close in time, and, in a way, inside the debate that is still provoked in arquitectuura humanities by the concepts of modernity, postmodernity, among others like supermodernity estetlca transmodernity 2.

Perhaps, this esthetic and predominantly visual character is a clue that the church, as a sign, is also a secular property to the point of being an ornament of what is empty and even unreal —through that almost virtual and phantasmagorical appearance— of the institutions of the sacred and divine —of God— in robdrto Western world.

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In his work, he expresses the following: Theoretical precedent It would be good to say a word or two about the architectural movements of the final years of the 20th century and about what happens today with works such as this, because it also allows us to understand the purpose of its meaning — mainly when historical and theological concepts mix, somehow, in a secular work.

The crossing of the light as a visual aspect and air as a tactile element stress the sense of deprivation and emptiness: Return to Book Page. Estetica de La Arquitectura by Roberto Masiero. Adriana Uribe added it Nov 05, Gago rated it liked it Jan 29, The landscape motif has been turned into the image of a church. Martin added it Jan 05, To ask other readers questions about Estetica de La Arquitecturaplease sign up.


Following Ibelings, the mentioned movement, postmodernism, would be considering a marked emphasis in the context robfrto architecture related to its surroundings. Conversely, the church and Christianism, instead of being re-signified through Reading between the linesit is the landscape the one that is adorned with the empty and translucent figure that holds as referent a church. The transparency of its walls and the lack of stacking of materials arquitectuga the lower area make it look like it was floating, almost virtual.

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It is an irony, because we can see through it and there is only transparency. The use of iron would only be arguing about lasting things in contrast with brief ones. Rodrigo marked it as to-read Jan 15, Thus, the author speaks of crossing places such as hospitals, airports, public transport stations; trains, among others. Entrevista con Marcel Cohen. Not in the sense of crossing place, but at least it gets close to it in the sense of arquktectura game of construction of a religious identity that disappears as an aspect of a cultural heritage.

Is it a no place, then? Jan 05, Alper added it Shelves: The landscape specter of Gijs Van Vaerenbergh [online]. Evidently, it is not a church, neither as a construction nor as a place of religious calling; it does not congregate the ekklesiaformed by the Christian believers who estetcia linked theologically: This is the starting point; the immediate reference to its meaning.

Reading between the lines: Instead of having the dominant discourse —like it was the case in the Modern Era— putting architecture at its service as an esthetic and functional instrument, now setetica becomes an architectural motif; turning to functionality from its material, perceptual, and, of course, esthetic elements.

Want to Read Currently Reading Arquitecturw. Manuel Monroy Correa It roherto be assumed that the architectural space is fundamental in all cultures, that is, it is not something exclusive to a historical period or specific group.

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But it is that we expect it to be a functional construction, as an inherent element to all forms of architecture, because, precisely, it has no walls nor it intends to have them; it was not made to house things, but to be contemplated, hence its name. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


Of course, a building can be considered as a no place, and, in the case of Reading between the lines one could wonder if it is a building, as such. Refresh and try again.

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However, the building does not only mimic a church from its facade, but it also pretends to be one. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This is what Hans Ibelings would say in about the turn-of-theth-century architecture: Lists with This Book.

Want to Read saving…. Could we not rather be before a spirituality of the landscape and of strolling?

Arqiitectura Serkan rated it liked it Mar 08, It is a space of which we cannot say that it has been desacralized; rather, it carries the ideological effect of secularizing completely what is sacred; it is not even made a monument —which, instead of making it trivial or esthetic, it would made it monstrous—, but rather disappearance and object, as the architectural firm itself, which considers it an element of the landscape. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Carlos Eduardo Sanabria B.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Books by Roberto Masiero. The disappearance of the church: Here, the spontaneity of its localization almost gives it the status of sculpture, but the signal to its immediate referent is inevitable: The symbolic and semiotic value of church has disappeared in its nihilistic reflection.

Trivia About Estetica de La Ar Photo by Kristof Vrancken. In fact, a paradox is glimpsed: