Posts Tagged: geometry

Gaudí’s Essential Hut

  El Xalet de Catllaràs is a mountain refuge by Antoni Gaudí completed in 1905 for workers of the Asland cement company owned then by Eusebi Güell, Gaudí’s principal patron. It is situated in the foothills of the Catalan Pyrenees

Gaudí’s Essential Hut

  El Xalet de Catllaràs is a mountain refuge by Antoni Gaudí completed in 1905 for workers of the Asland cement company owned then by Eusebi Güell, Gaudí’s principal patron. It is situated in the foothills of the Catalan Pyrenees

Gaudí’s hanging chain models: parametric design avant la lettre?

Funicular chain model of Colonia Güell church project by Antoni Gaudí, as exhibited at Colonia Güell Interpretive Centre. Only the crypt was realized. Interior view of Colonia Güell Crypt It is known that Gaudí preferred modelling architecture over drawing it; especially models made of

Gaudí’s hanging chain models: parametric design avant la lettre?

Funicular chain model of Colonia Güell church project by Antoni Gaudí, as exhibited at Colonia Güell Interpretive Centre. Only the crypt was realized. Interior view of Colonia Güell Crypt It is known that Gaudí preferred modelling architecture over drawing it; especially models made of

Quietly Brilliant: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Centre for Creativity, Córdoba San Telmo Museum extension, San Sebastián [Originally published in Mark Magazine #35] Fuensanta Nieto and Enrique Sobejano are truly architects’ architects. They may not be a brand name known in ordinary households the world over, but

Quietly Brilliant: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Centre for Creativity, Córdoba San Telmo Museum extension, San Sebastián [Originally published in Mark Magazine #35] Fuensanta Nieto and Enrique Sobejano are truly architects’ architects. They may not be a brand name known in ordinary households the world over, but