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Laura Martínez de Guereñu is going to present a paper in the Conference Spaces of History/ Histories of Space. Emerging approaches to the Study of the Built Environment that will be held on April 30, May 1st, 2010, at the College of Environmental Design, University of California at Berkeley, San Francisco. 

She will explain the goal of the learning process of a theory of design based on historically grounded themes, which encourages interrogating how buildings, cities, and landscapes are continuously transformed by the contingencies of the everyday life. Its main focus is to analyze and discover how a work of architecture was thought in order to satisfy a special demand, how it was adapted to the ideas and circumstances of a concrete time and ultimately, interrogate which its validity is today. It is the necessary base to develop ability for critical analysis and to conceive and to formalize the architectural work.

http://arch.ced.berkeley.edu/events/spacesofhistory2010

Laura Martínez de Guereñu va a presenter una comunicación en el congreso Spaces of History/ Histories of Space. Emerging approaches to the Study of the Built Environment que se va a celebrar durante los días 30 de abril y 1 de mayo de 2010, en el College of Environmental Design, University of California at Berkeley, San Francisco.

Su comunicación tratará de explicar la importancia del aprendizaje de una teoría de proyecto basada en cuestiones estudiadas a lo largo de la historia de la arquitectura, que invitan a entender cómo los edificios, las ciudades y los paisajes se ven transformados por las contingencias de la vida cotidiana. Se trata de analizar y descubrir cómo se pensó una obra de arquitectura para satisfacer una determinada necesidad, cómo se adaptó a las ideas y circunstancias de un determinado período y en último término, poder así cuestionar su validez actual. Es la base para poder desarrollar las habilidades críticas y para poder concebir y formalizar la obra de arquitectura.

http://arch.ced.berkeley.edu/events/spacesofhistory2010

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