It is fitting to use the name of the nurse Isabel Zendal, a key figure in the extraordinary expedition that took the smallpox vaccine to the confines of the Spanish Empire early in the 19th century, for the Community of Madrid’s new hospital for epid
The Spanish translations of Housing by People and The Timeless Way of Building resurrects two 1970s takes on the political and philosophical aspects of housing, the city, and architecture. These against-the-grain testimonies deserve attention today,
On 25 April a Portuguese cartoonist’s drawing in the international edition of The New York Times sparked off a universal storm of controversy. Moreira’s silent but scathing commentary on the bond between President Trump and Prime Minister Netanyahu w
Professor Forster’s study on the German architect and his art is written with deep admiration and exquisitely edited with nostalgia, with a deployment of small illustrations of a slight sepia tone; the only concession to current tastes is in the thi
It’s been several generations since cinema was first thought of as something engaged with the poetic contents of ‘traditional’ arts. Then the futurists raised it to the status of seventh art. Also since then, in synchrony with the celluloid strip, so
Daniel Torres takes on a huge task: a graphic discourse where a cartoon of history and a sequence of small stories together form an interminable comic strip on the house, in chronological order. Huts, houses, and apartments are the leading characters
The Madrid exhibition on Alvar Aalto presents not only plans, photographs, and models, but also a carefully selected collection of chairs and domestic objects.
Obsession with geometry, precision, and clear lines characterizes the work of Ezra Stoller, one of the great photographers of architecture.
With works in original format, the exhibition throws light on the role that photography played in the dissemination, in Spain, of modern architecture.
Como un barco varado sobre bolos graníticos: así es la casa que Francisco Burgos, Ginés Garrido, Justo F. Isasi y Alberto Pieltáin han diseñado en la sierra madrileña, con vistas magníficas sobre el valle del Lozoya y las cercanas cumbres de Guadarra
Innovación para este nuevo siglo XXI, en la arquitectura y en la construcción, quiere decir nuevos materiales, otros proyectos y una novísima virtud, inspiradora de actitudes y de resultados: sostenibilidad. Una nueva y exigente musa para el arte edi