METALOCUS-Classics
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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Inside view. Maison à Bordeaux by Rem Koolhaas. Photography © Courtesy of OMA
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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26.10
metalocus, BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ.
There was a time in which the artistic value and the discernment about aesthetic had not the relevance that they have in the field of the industrial production nowadays.
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22.10
metalocus, BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ.
In this occasion we present one of the last proposal of the life of Walter Gropius: The Bauhaus Archives.
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21.10
metalocus, BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ
The Berlin Philharmonie, designed by Scharoun is placed in the Berlin Tiergarten district, is one of the main concert halls of Berlin, together with the Berlin Concert House (Konzerthaus Belin) at the Gendarmenmarkt.
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Pools of Marés by Álvaro Siza. 50th anniversary. Photograph © Fernando Guerra / FG+SG
19.10
metalocus, ELENA GALLEGO DE VELASCO
One of the most spectacular and special works of modern architecture turns 50; the Pools of Marés (1961-1966).
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Exterior view. Tugendhat House by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Photography © David Židlický
07.10
metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA / BRANLY ERNESTO PEREZ
In 1928 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe accepted the job of one of the most important projects of his career, from Fritz y Grete Tugendhat married couple: the Tugendhat House placed in Brnop, the Czech Republic’s capital, that was one of the most important centre of the m
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Villa Savoye, Le Corbusier's machine of inhabit. Photography © Montse Zamorano
06.10
metalocus, JOSÉ JUAN BARBA / BRANLY ERNESTO PÉREZ
The Villa Savoye is considered the paradigm of the house as a ‘machine à habiter’, as well as the archetype of the International Architecture and a new way to build a residential buildings in the XX Century.
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Massaro House by Frank Lloyd Wright. Image courtesy of Private Islands Online
02.10
metalocus, ÁLVARO LAMAS
The only posthumous home of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright has always been surrounded by controversy.
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