Posts Tagged: Zaragoza

Carme Pinós Honours the Pillar

[Originally published in Mark Magazine #52] Our Lady of the Pillar, Zaragoza’s 17th-century baroque basilica, is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The story behind the name of the church is that of a miraculous apparition: Saint James is said to

Carme Pinós Honours the Pillar

[Originally published in Mark Magazine #52] Our Lady of the Pillar, Zaragoza’s 17th-century baroque basilica, is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The story behind the name of the church is that of a miraculous apparition: Saint James is said to

Criticism as Reality Check

As my article titled “Reality Check: Spain” in the current (at time of post) 50th issue of Mark Magazine hopefully makes clear, architecture critics should visit and evaluate buildings when they are in use, i.e. when they are in their “post-occupancy stage”. Those press tours that take place

Criticism as Reality Check

As my article titled “Reality Check: Spain” in the current (at time of post) 50th issue of Mark Magazine hopefully makes clear, architecture critics should visit and evaluate buildings when they are in use, i.e. when they are in their “post-occupancy stage”. Those press tours that take place

Architecture in Fashion

Mannequin supporting a model of the Expo Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion (by Zaha Hadid Architects) in a Zaragoza store window display.

Architecture in Fashion

Mannequin supporting a model of the Expo Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion (by Zaha Hadid Architects) in a Zaragoza store window display.