2g Nº 33: Jose Antonio Coderch Kenneth Frampton pdf lit doc

July 21, 2019

2g Nº 33: Jose Antonio Coderch por Kenneth Frampton

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José Antonio Coderch de Sentmenat was born in 1913 and died in 1984 in Barcelona. These dates delimit his life and his work. But the thinking that distills its architecture, of great internal coherence, surpasses those temporal limits, its own idiosyncrasy and the reduced geographic frame in which it was developed, and offers a reflection on the architecture from an ethical feeling. This implicit depth is perhaps one of the reasons why, although he was recognized as the most important Catalan architect after World War II, his work is very little spread. This 2G number presents a collection of houses built by José Antonio Coderch. They are 1 + 10 houses, as the house Ugalde, the great work that marks the beginning of its maturity, stands out above all others. In it Coderch not only embraces definitively the language of the modern architecture, nuanced by its respect to the context, but it puts to point its own spatial conception of house in the nature. It is the experimental prototype of the following houses which, in ordering these intuitions, no longer repeat the free strokes of the first. José Antonio Coderch de Sentmenat was born in 1913 and died in 1984 in Barcelona. These dates delimit his life and his work. But the thinking that distills its architecture, of great internal coherence, surpasses those temporal limits, its own idiosyncrasy and the reduced geographic frame in which it was developed, and offers the reflection in the architecture from an ethical feeling. This implied depth is perhaps one of the reasons why, although he was recognized as the most important Catalan architect after World War II, his work is very little spread. This 2G number presents a collection of houses built by José Antonio Coderch. They are 1 + 10 houses, as the Ugalde house, the great work that marks the beginning of its maturity, stands out above all others. In it Coderch not only definitively embraces the language of the modern architecture, but by its respect to the context, but it puts to its own spatial conception of house in the nature. It is the experimental prototype of the following houses which, in ordering these intuitions, no longer repeat the free strokes of the first.