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a+u Architecture and Urbanism

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a+u - Architecture and Urbanism - is a monthly architectural magazine established in 1971. Since its inaugural issue, a+u has been widely celebrated by architects everywhere as Japan's only monthly periodical that provides in-depth reporting of architecture worldwide. Each issue is edited from a unique perspective, with essays penned by renowned architects, critics, and historians to guide the direction of tomorrow’s architecture, within and beyond Japan. Text is bilingual in English and Japanese. 1971年1月創刊。創刊以来、海外の建築情報を伝える日本唯一の月刊誌として、広く建築界に親しまれています。a+uの取材ネットワークは全世界に及び、100余カ国を網羅しています。これら各国の建築家を直接取材し、毎号独自の視点で編集することにより、生の動向をいち早く読者の皆様にお届けしています。また、建築家・評論家・歴史家による書き下ろし論文を掲載し、明日の建築のあり方を考える指針として国内外の建築界に多大な影響を与えています。

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Please visit https://au-magazine.com for ordering from overseas. a+u is filled with beautiful color photographs showing buildings, designs, and plans by the world’s foremost architects. In addition, its articles reveal what architects today are doing about some of the many different problems facing mankind all over the globe. The pages of a+u are the place where you can participate in a dialogue with these architects and in that way acquire up-to-date, broad, and accurate information you need to enrich your own design work. All articles in English and Japanese.…

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architecture in chile – in search of a new identity

Located at the end of the world, its idyllic landscape creates a perfect canvas for Chilean architects to express poetry in their architecture. To many, it is the utopian holiday homes that brought Chilean architecture into the international scene, and examples of these houses were previously featured in a+u 06:07 and in this issue, the House for the Poem of the Right Angle (see pp. 24–33) and Loba House (see pp. 44–51). Following 2010, however, we begin to see a different group of architects looking into less individualistic visions. Guided by a moral compass, they engage with the public or take up non-profit projects – Ruca Dwellings (see pp. 120–123) and Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center (see pp. 138–145) – that focus on social and sustainable issues which came to a…

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introduction: chile #2 – architecture since 1990

1990–2005: Klotz & Radić The 1990’s was the opening up of Chile after 17 years of seclusion – the civic-military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973–1990). At that time, architecture was one out of many cultural expressions of a new vibe, one that turned into a norm by the time I was a student at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, School of Architecture (PUC) in the early to late 2000’s. The so-called “golden generation”1 of architects who graduated in the early 1990’s from PUC were the spearheads of this new image of contemporary Chilean architecture, and this story was well represented in a+u 06:07 Chile – Deep South. Specifically, Alejandro Aravena, Mathias Klotz, Smiljan Radić, Cecilia Puga and Sebastián Irarrázaval; all of whom till today are the main representatives of its local production. From…

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selected works in chile (2000–2020)

1. Desert Interpretation Center Emilio Marín, Juan Carlos López Ayquina, Calama, Antofagasta (pp. 104–109) 2. Museum of the Atacama Desert Coz, Polidura, Volante, Soto Huanchaca Ruins National Monument, Antofagasta (pp. 88–95) 3. Ghat House Max Núñez Cachagua, Zapallar, Valparaíso (pp. 52–59) 4. Retiro Chapel Undurraga Devés Architects Calle Larga, Valparaíso (pp. 96–103) 5. Dinamarca 399 Joaquín Velasco Rubio Cerro Panteón, Valparaíso (pp. 146–153) 6. Ruca Dwellings Undurraga Devés Architects Huechuraba, Santiago (pp. 120–123) 7. Housing Complex in Quinta Normal OWAR Architects Quinta Normal, Santiago (pp. 124–129) 8. Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center Cristián Fernández Architects, Lateral Architecture & Design, Santiago Commune, Santiago (pp. 138–145) 9. Palacio Pereira Cecilia Puga, Paula Velasco, Alberto Moletto Santiago Commune, Santiago (pp. 154–163) 10. Cruz del Sur Building Izquierdo Lehmann Architects Las Condes, Santiago (pp. 130–137) 11. Glass House Max Núñez Pirque, Santiago (pp. 110–119) 12. House for the Poem of the Right Angle Smiljan Radić Vilches, San Clemente, Maule (pp. 24–33) 13. Loba House Pezo von Ellrichshausen Coliumo, Tomé, Biobío (pp. 44–51) 14. Prism House + Terrace Room Smiljan Radić Conguillío, Araucanía (pp. 34–43) 15. Casa 2Y Sebastian Irarrazaval Colico, Cunco, Araucanía (pp. 14–23) 16.…

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sebastian irarrazaval

Colico, Cunco, Araucanía 2013–2016 There are 2 main objectives of the house. First, it integrates the forest in the daily experience of the user. Second, it receives as much sunlight as possible during the entire day. For that purpose, the program fits into a two-Y-letter diagram that creates not only double orientations for the sun entering at different times of the day but also exposes the inhabitant to views that surround him. In other words, the extremely extended perimeter of the house and its bifurcations (in opposition to a compact organization) potentiates the experience of being – not in front of, but – from within. More specifically, of being among the sun and the trees in a parietal relationship. Additionally, its shape also made it possible to fit among the existing…

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smiljan radić

Vilches, San Clemente, Maule 2010–2012 In the section on Flesh in Le Corbusier’s The Poem of the Right Angle, the viewer occupies the body of a man lying in an ambiguous interior. He seems to be looking at an interior landscape where a woman is peering out towards an opening that reveals a passing cloud. We can see the man’s feet and a menhir, which is probably his erect penis. This area is covered by a hand placed dome shape on the whole lithograph, which increases the sense of an interior or a cavern. The cedar model of the House for the Poem of the Right Angle was first displayed in 2010 at the Global Ends exhibition at Toto Gallery-Ma in Tokyo. Its environment owes a lot to this picture and also…