Among the many Bauhaus workshops, one of them stands out for being at first glance unsuitable for the school’s teaching. The Bauhaus theater workshop is not a craft workshop and does not aim to create utilitarian objects. However, it is a perfect example of the synthesis of the arts.
This map uses an equidistant azimuthal projection. This type of projection consists in defining a central point and represent each point of the map at a correct proportional distance from the defined center. This map is centered in Buenos Aires.
León Ferrari was an Argentine conceptual artist whose practice was often ironic, absurd, and above all anti-institutional. During his period of exile in Brazil he began his Heliografías series. These drawings are composed of urban plans, highways, building typologies, furniture, and many identical inhabitants, in order to form an aggregation without much coherence.
Robert Morris is an American sculptor considered one of the founders of minimalism. He is also an early practitioner of land art The Flevoland Observatorium that he bult in Netherlands stages a megalithic representation of the passage of time.
Athanasius Kircher was a 17th century jesuit scholar. Polymath and extremely prolific he published 39 major and highly influential works. After an excursion in the Vesuvius, Athenesius Kircher wrote the first published treatise on geology: Mundus subterraneus.
Following his appointment as administrator of the department of the Seine in Paris in 1799, Jacques Cambry discovered the Parisian cemeteries in an appalling state. He then published a report augmented by an urban and architectural proposal. This came in a context favourable to the evolution of the Parisian cemeteries.
The unusual challenge of this project is to associate a kindergarten on the ground floor with a public car park underground. The hybrid building was designed to efficiently combine a coherent concrete structure between both programs.