Barcelona Archi’llusion, imagine the city that could be, by Maxime // Menilmonde
metalocus, INÉS LALUETA
Barcelona is one of our favorite cities. When you first think of this Spanish city, what comes to mind? Antoni Gaudi’s buildings and amazing Sagrada Familia. However what would Barcelona look like without this iconic buildings?
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FIRST PLACE. “Deep Pool That Never Dries” by Louis Liu and Senyao Wei
Blank Space and the National Building Museum announced the winners of the fifth annual ‘Fairy Tales’ competition, at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C.
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Vista de el Partenón, en Atenas, Grecia
metalocus, ANTONIO G DE JUAN
The Mayan pyramids, the Parthenon, a Roman forum ... Knowing the great works of humanity motivates each year to travel to millions of people. Through architectural remains, we can gather what building techniques and civilizations were like long ago.
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Pablo Amargo. Cats are paradoxes, 2017. Courtesy of ABC Museum
metalocus, INÉS OÑATE
Paradoxes and double visual senses join the viewer in this exhibition of illustration that transmits double meanings about the artist's daily life.
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Knowledge Hub and Community Support Spaces - Studying Seasons and Community Interactions by Clare Donald, Scott Brownrigg, UK, hybrid, commended. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017
metalocus, VANESA DEL OLMO
The exhibition "The Architecture Drawing Prize" recognizes the importance of hand drawing, encompassing a creative use of the winning and pre-selected representations in the Soane´s Museum.
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Saturnz Barz (Spirit House) 360 by Gorillaz
metalocus, JORGE FERRER
Saturnz barz (feat. Popcaan) is part of the Gorillaz album "Humanz". It has been recorded in 360 version to live the authentic experience of the Spirit House.
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Página 1, La ciudad en viñetas, Víctor Puchalski. "La ciudad en viñetas" by Victor Puchalski
metalocus, JORGE FERRER
"La ciudad en viñetas" is a rotating program located on the 4th floor of the center in which, every three months, a new author presents his particular approach, in the form of a graphic narrative, to the buildings, the people and the stories that habit th
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metalocus, PABLO CUESTA
In 1587, the Milanese cartographer Urbano Monte drew a map of the world so detailed that it did not fit on a single sheet of paper. He needed 60 pages to complete the work.
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Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar by Vetusta Morla
Music video by Vetusta Morla performing Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar (Lyric Video).
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Barcelona in data, between 1867 and 2017. General Theory of urbanization, 1867
metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA
Councilor of Barcelona in 1854. The following year, in 1855, he was commissioned by the Ministry of Public Works to lift the topographic map of Barcelona, and this process would lead him to carry out the Ensanche project in 1859.
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