Masonry Architects

Masonry Architects - SUMMER HOME MUURATSALO 1953 “AN...

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Eladio Dieste 1917 -2000 Uruguay Elevated mechanical resistance. Lightness Greater adaptability to deformations. Ages well Repairs less noticeable. Good thermic insulation Better acoustical insulation. “Natural” regulation of humidity. Less heat radiation. Lower price Low structural costs. Bovedas Gausas Porto Alegre Market Horizontal Silos Massaro Agro-Industry Montevideo Shopping Center Atlantida Church San Pedro Church “ARCHITECTURE IS ABOUT TURNING A WORTHLESS BRICK INTO GOLD.” -ALVAR AALTO 1898 - 1976 Finland TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, OTANIEMI 1949-69 HOUSE OF CULTURE, HELSINKI 1955 TOWN HALL, SAYNATSALO 1949-52 TOWN HALL, SEINAJOKI 1961
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Unformatted text preview: SUMMER HOME, MUURATSALO 1953 “AN ARCHITECT MUST KNOW HIS MATERIALS. IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO EXPERIMENT WITH THE CLIENTS MONEY, THEREFORE I HAVE USED SOME OF MY OWN TO TEST SOME MATERIALS AND EFFECTS.” Herman Hertzberger 1932- Netherlands Student’s Housing, Amsterdam, 1959 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 1886-1969 Aachen, Germany Brick Country House Project 1924 Wolf House 1925 – 1927 Monument to the November Revolution 1926 Herman Lange House & Esters House 1927 - 1930 Sigurd Lewerentz 1885-1975 Sweden Chapel of St. Knut and St. Gertude, 1943 Church of St. Mark, Bjorkhagen, Sweden, 1956-1960 Church of St. Peter, Klippan, Sweden, 1963-1966...
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