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IV Congress of Modern Spanish Architecture Pioneers: Architecture as an integral piece of work



IV Congress of Modern Spanish Architecture Pioneers
19-20 May
Nuevos Ministerios, Madrid. Spain

IV CONGRESS OF MODERN SPANISH ARCHITECTURE PIONEERS: ARCHITECTURE AS AN INTEGRAL PIECE OF WORK

During next May 19th - 20th, the Nuevos Ministerios seminar building will host the IV Congress of Modern Spanish Architecture Pioneers, organized by the Alejandro de la Sota Foundation in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works.
In this edition, which will be held under the title 'Architecture as an integral piece of work', the congress will analyze 13 relevant examples of Modern Spanish architecture from a global perspective, in which the idea of the project and its physical reality embraces the entire work, from shear to small scale - such as details and furniture – and including the relationship with craftsmanship and artistic activities related to each piece of work.
Miguel Fisac's Teacher Training Center, José Antonio Corrales's Parador in Sotogrande, José Antonio Coderch's Tàpies Painter's House or Alejandro de la Sota's León Telecommunications Building are among the selected pieces of work to be presented.
As invited presenters and moderating the debate with authors, we will be having Juan Manuel Navarro Baldeweg (Professor at ETSAM - Technical University of Madrid and 2014 National Architecture Prize), Carmen Díez Medina (Professor at EINA - University of Zaragoza), Enrique Granell (Professor at ETSAB - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya) and Carlos Quintans (Professor at University of A Coruña, School of Architecture). 

IV Congress of Modern Spanish Architecture Pioneers: Architecture as an integral piece of work.
19 – 20 May
Nuevos Ministerios Seminar building and Archery (Paseo de la Castellana, 67. Madrid)
More information at: https://goo.gl/0Tfv1I
Previous edition’s video: https://goo.gl/eTYSD7


IV CONGRESO PIONEROS DE LA ARQUITECTURA MODERNA ESPAÑOLA: LA
ARQUITECTURA COMO OBRA INTEGRAL

Los próximos días 19 y 20 de mayo el Aulario de Nuevos Ministerios acogerá el IV Congreso Pioneros de la Arquitectura Moderna Española, organizado por la Fundación Alejandro de la Sota en colaboración con el Ministerio de Fomento.
En esta edición, que se celebrará bajo el título ‘La arquitectura como obra integral’, el congreso analizará trece obras relevantes de la arquitectura moderna española desde una perspectiva global, en la que la idea del proyecto y su realidad física abarca toda la obra en su conjunto, desde la pequeña escala —como los detalles y el mobiliario— hasta la relación con otros oficios y actividades artísticas dentro de la obra objeto de estudio.
El Centro de Formación del Profesorado de Miguel Fisac, el Parador en Sotogrande de José Antonio Corrales, la Casa del pintor Tàpies de José Antonio Coderch o el edificio de Telecomunicaciones de León de Alejandro de la Sota serán algunas de las obras seleccionadas sobre las que se desarrollarán las ponencias.
Participarán, como ponentes invitados y moderadores de los debates con los autores, Juan Navarro Baldeweg (Catedrático de la ETSA Universidad Politécnica de Madrid y Premio Nacional de Arquitectura 2014), Carmen Díez Medina (Profesora EIA Universidad de Zaragoza), Enrique Granell (Profesor ETSA Barcelona. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya) y Carlos Quintans (Profesor ETSA Universidad de A Coruña). 

IV Congreso Pioneros de la Arquitectura Moderna española: La arquitectura como obra integral
19 y 20 de mayo
Aulario y Salas Arquería Nuevos Ministerios (Paseo de la Castellana, 67. Madrid)
Más información en: https://goo.gl/0Tfv1I
Vídeo de la pasada edición: https://goo.gl/eTYSD7

 Image by Alejandro de la Sota Foundation

Paco Alonso - Image by Alejandro de la Sota Foundation

Josep Llinas - Image by Alejandro de la Sota Foundation


Alejandro de la Sota Foundation is a non-profit organization created in 1997 by the heirs of the Galician architect to continue with his great vocation for teaching architecture and for sharing his work and thought. Since 2013, the foundation has opened all the contents of its website alejandrodelasota.org and created an open collaboration platform that is part of it. Together with it, and with the support of the Ministry of Public Works, they help legacies of other Modern Spanish architects to encourage their digitization and diffusion. A work to support the values and works of those architects, as a cultural and historical- artistic reference of Spain, which would not be possible without the sponsorship offered by Placo and Valenor. 
In addition, as part of its activity, Alejandro de la Sota Foundation organizes the Congress of Modern Spanish Architecture Pioneers, in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works, in order to think about the creative process of Modern Spanish architects and the principles and thoughts collected in their buildings. During two days in May, Nuevos Ministerios seminar building collects 13 renowned and studious architects,
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