Arquitectura para los pobres/ Architecture For The Poor (via Occasionally Architectural)

No me había dado cuenta de esta opción de rebloggeo. Aprovecho de estrenarla en mi BLOG con este artículo de otro blog sobre la arquitectura de Hassan Fathy, “el mas grande arquitecto egipcio despues de Himothep”. Cuyo trabajo en la aldea de NEW GOURNA en los años 40-50 fue uno de los principales pilares teóricos del posterior movimiento postmoderno en el mundo. No todo es BIM en la vida señores…… ¿o si?

In the 1940’s Egyptian architect Hassan Fathy attempted to start an architectural revolution. Soon after dedicating himself to rural or ‘peasant’ architecture and starting work with the Nubian Vault roofing and mud brick building techniques, Fathy took on the enormous and not-so envious task of re-locating the inhabitants of the village ‘Gourna’, near Luxor in Egypt. A village grown out of tomb-raiding, the government wanted the Gournis moved off … Read More

via Occasionally Architectural

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