METALOCUS-Classics
13.01
metalocus, CLAUDIA CENDOYA
Casa Guzmán [House Guzmán] is an iconic reference for the type of housing of the second half of the twentieth century in Spain. Or, rather, it used to be.
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29.12
metalocus, CLAUDIA CENDOYA, OLGA SVISHCHEVA
On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the terminal 4 of the Airport Barajas of Madrid, designed by Richard Rogers Partnership in collaboration with the Estudio Lamela, from METALOCUS magazine we present you this project, considered as one of the biggest reali
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22.12
metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA, BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ
The Glass House is one of the most famous American architect Philip Johnson’s works. The house, a glass prism on a metallic structure, is a mix of aristocratic elegancy and puritanical plainness that gave international fame to him.
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19.12
metalocus, INÉS LALUETA
When I.M. Pei's Grand Louvre in Paris was first completed in 1989, it was denounced as a modernist insult to its historic location, the 800-year-old Grand Palais.
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19.12
metalocus, BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ
The Knights Tower is one of the most recognised Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo’s works and it was finished in 1969. The project is located in downtown New Haven Connecticut, and is the seat of the Roman Catholic Organization: The Knights of Columbus.
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18.12
metalocus, BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ.
We continue with the Berlin’s representative buildings series and in this occasion we present a building located at Alexanderplatz: Berolinahaus, the Berlin’s latin name.
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18.11
metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA
In 1926 van Doesburg, with artists Jean Arp and Sophie Taeuber, obtained the commission to refurbish the interior of a mid-eighteenth-century building to create Café Aubette—large restaurant with a cinema and dancehalls
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16.11
metalocus, BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ.
After writing about the most important buildings in Kulturforum in Berlin, we must talk about the Staatsbibliothek or Berlin State Library to finish the journey through the most iconic buildings.
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15.11
metalocus, BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ.
In this occasion and to continue with the Berlin architecture, we present the Unité d’habitacion in Flatowallee, Berlin-Charlottenburg, planned by Le Corbusier, who finished its construction in 1957.
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03.11
metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA
One of the most distinctive projects from the well-known architect Rem Koolhaas. A house whose heart is a machine, a variable and changing architectural space. A constant dialogue between interior and exterior. Do not miss the plans of the project!
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