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Bernard Tschumi: Space and event

Can one attempt to make a contribution to architectural discourse by relentlessly stating that there is no space without event, no architecture without program? This seems to be our mandate at a time that has witnessed the revival of historicism or, alternatively, of formalism in almost every architectural circle. Our work argues that architecture – its social relevance and formal invention – cannot be dissociated from the events that «happen» in it. Recent projects insist constantly on issues of program and notation.They stress a critical attitude that observes, analyzes, and interprets some of the most controversial positions of past and present architectural ideologies.

Stan Allen: The Future that is Now

Os dejamos a continuación el artículo The Future That is Now de STAN ALLEN publicado el 03.12.12 en la revista PLACES

And it’s always interesting, I think, to see how the future, or rather the forward-looking form of any discipline, always carries within it the seeds of its own triteness.

— William Gibson [1]

Among the participants in the first ANY (Architecture New York) conference, organized by Peter Eisenman and Cynthia Davidson in 1991, was the novelist William Gibson, author of the cyberpunk classic Neuromancer. Published in 1984, Neuromancer captured the anxieties of a dystopian world in which technology has penetrated all aspects of everyday life. In Gibson’s early novels, unprecedented physical mobility and the fluidity of personal identity enabled by digital technologies reshape individual subjectivity and the physical space of the city alike — which is perhaps why the author found himself in Los Angeles at the beginning of the 1990s speaking to the group of architects, philosophers, literary critics and architectural theorists assembled by Eisenman and Davidson. Like the film Blade Runner two years earlier, Neuromancer had become an early touchstone for imaginative speculation on the urban and architectural consequences of digital culture.


Beatriz Colomina: Radical Pedagogies in Architectural Education

Os dejamos a continuación el artículo Radical Pedagogies in Architectural Education de BEATRIZ COLOMINA publicado el 28.09.12 en la revista Architectural Review

Beatriz Colomina surveys radical strategies of architectural pedagogy, asserting that the discipline can best be changed by revolutionizing the way it is taught

Pedagogical experiments played a crucial role in shaping architectural discourse and practice in the second half of the 20th century. In fact, the key hypothesis of our Radical Pedagogy1 research project is that these experiments can be understood as radical architectural practices in their own right. Radical in the literal meaning from the Latin radice, as something belonging or relating to the root, to its foundations. Radical pedagogies shake foundations, disturbing assumptions rather than reinforcing and disseminating them. This challenge to normative thinking was a major force in the postwar field of architecture, and has surprisingly been neglected in recent years.


Raúl Rodríguez Ruiz. Mentor de Miguel W. Kreisler.
Memoria de mentorías. Sara Rebollo Linares
‘Crónica de una muerte anunciada’. Memoria de prácticas en docencia. Sandra Borge Santiago
El tamaño importa
EIFD_Olga Alaminos
Aprender Enseñando
EIFD_Alberto Reques del Río_MH
“Iniciación en el pensamiento arquitectónico”
Estadística crítica
Recuerdos de docencia y comparación
‘Crónica de una muerte anunciada’. Memoria de prácticas en docencia
Una reflexión sobre la enseñanza de proyectos de Arquitectura
El aula como laboratorio. La clase como expedición.
PRÁCTICAS PEDAGÓGICAS. Entrevista de Nerea Feliz a Juan Herreros.
Recorridos pedagógicos
EIFD. UD. Herreros. P7-P8. Andrea Arias de la Torre
Mentoría 2016/17. Daniel Bas
EIFD . Unidad Colaboratorio
Estrategias de Innovación y Formación en la Docencia. Alberto José Muñoz González
EIFD_Victoria Della Chiesa_P7/P8
»Metodología docente a través del viaje experiencial» – EIFD_ David García-Louzao Araújo P1/P2
Enseñar arquitectura. Juan Medina Revilla.
EIFD_Diego José Navarro Cáceres_ P1/P2
EIFD_Gabriel Cárdenas_ P3/P4.
EIFD_Alberto Reques del Río_MH
EIFD_Andrea Arias de la Torre_P7/P8.
EIFD Jose Lee: 3 fases del proceso proyectual
EIFD_Javier Mosquera González_Proyectos 2
EIFD Adrià Gorgues. Aida Navarro. Marcos Pantaleón 06/02
EIFD Borja Sallago y Paula López 06/02
2012-2013 Columna1 Destacado DIÁLOGOS DE DOCENCIA 2010/2011 Diálogos de docencia Docencia Estático Investigación
Estrategias de Innovación y Formación en la Docencia | Sitio de Master Proyectos
Diseño web: Luis Gallego Pachón // Programación web: Jorge Troya Moreno