It could be said that Anne Tyng was born into public life at the age of 77, in 1997, when, deciding that her existence should not remain hidden nor her freedom jeopardized, she published Louis Kahn to Anne Tyng: The Rome Letters, 1953-1954 – missives
In observance of Gottfried Böhm’s centenary, much is made of his being a grandson, son, husband, and father of architects, with the possible implication that his choice of profession, and practice thereof, was a consequence of the generic dictates of
The history of the Bauhaus has partly been that of a misunderstanding, at least for the general public, which perhaps owing to bestsellers like Tom Wolfe’s From Bauhaus to Our House, has tended to see the school that opened its doors in Weimar a cent
A century after its founding, artistic and ideological discrepancies among its leaders refute the previously held perception of a unitary Bauhaus.
This year marks the birth centennial of a sensual and exuberant artist whose work and identity cannot be separated from the island of Lanzarote.
There are many great architects, but only very few get to be ‘masters.’ Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oíza did, thanks as much to the quality of his architecture as to his sharp sensitivity in tuning in with the contemporary, and especially to his teachi
This year is the birth centennial of Francisco J. Sénz de Oíza, leader of Spanish modernity and master of several generations of architects.
A century has passed since the birth of Bruno Zevi, the critic and professor who upheld the social purpose of architecture and the organicism of Frank Lloyd Wright. Born in Rome in 2018, in 1938 he was forced by Mussolini’s anti-Semitic laws to leave
El centenario de Utzon es una buena oportunidad para constatar la actualidad de su obra, inspirada en metáforas naturales y arquitectónicas.
A hundred years have passed since the birth of Jørn Utzon, the Danish visionary who with one of the most iconic buildings of the 20th century was a pioneer in giving form to the society of the spectacle. The Sydney Opera House, nevertheless, does not