Posts Tagged: Granada

Avoid the Void

[Originally published in Mark Magazine #60] In recent decades, architecture commemorating violent death has typically relied on a dark, austere and markedly empty space to symbolize absence: the cathartic ‘void space’. For the Federico García Lorca Cultural Centre in Granada, however, architecture

Avoid the Void

[Originally published in Mark Magazine #60] In recent decades, architecture commemorating violent death has typically relied on a dark, austere and markedly empty space to symbolize absence: the cathartic ‘void space’. For the Federico García Lorca Cultural Centre in Granada, however, architecture

Monument Ahead: CajaGranada Cultural Centre by Alberto Campo Baeza

[Originally published in Mark Magazine #22] The CajaGranada complex and Genil River seen from beneath the Sierra Nevada highway The Entrance Courtyard / the Elliptical Courtyard Restaurant on top floor of Screen Building Granada, the medieval seat of the Nasrid

Monument Ahead: CajaGranada Cultural Centre by Alberto Campo Baeza

[Originally published in Mark Magazine #22] The CajaGranada complex and Genil River seen from beneath the Sierra Nevada highway The Entrance Courtyard / the Elliptical Courtyard Restaurant on top floor of Screen Building Granada, the medieval seat of the Nasrid

Learning from CajaGranada

CajaGranada Cultural Centre by Alberto Campo Baeza

Learning from CajaGranada

CajaGranada Cultural Centre by Alberto Campo Baeza