Geometrías de límite en los filtros arquitectónicos. Racionalidad poética y emoción poética

Autores/as

  • Miguel Guitart University at Buffalo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26754/ojs_zarch/zarch.2020154648

Palabras clave:

Armósferas Arquitectónicas, Filtros Arquitectónicos, Interferencia Visual, Fenómenos de Interferencia, Límite

Resumen

Un filtro arquitectónico es una construcción material porosa que regula las relaciones transversales visuales y establece grados de conexión mediante la intervención de la luz y la visión. Las fronteras filtrantes exhiben proporciones variables de masa y aire que son fundamentales para la producción de la experiencia espacial tras la mediación de la materia y la geometría. El sistema estructural de un filtro sintetiza relaciones geométricas con la capacidad de generar atmósferas arquitectónicas, como resultado del borde activo que es técnicamente preciso y sensorialmente ambiguo de forma simultánea. El texto sostiene que las atmósferas que surgen tras el filtro no pueden tener lugar sin una producción geométrica precisa previa. La dimensión poética de las estrategias filtrantes se originan desde su capacidad de transformar la geometría concreta de sus condiciones de contorno y su ejecución material controlada en una atmósfera inesperada de propiedades emocionantes e inconmensurables.

Biografía del autor/a

Miguel Guitart, University at Buffalo

Miguel Guitart, Ph.D., is an architect, author, and academic who teaches as Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo - State University of New York. His research focuses on the space that emerges at the intersection of matter and perception, and the experiential thresholds between physical boundaries, memory, and tactility. Guitart obtained his Doctorate of Architecture Summa Cum Laude from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid ETSAM, UPM, in 2014, where he received his degree in architecture Summa Cum Laude in 2000. Guitart obtained a postprofessional Master’s Degree from the Graduate School of Design GSD at Harvard University in 2003 as a J. W. Fulbright Scholar. Since 2002, Guitart has taught at the Pontifical University of Madrid UPSAM, University of Zaragoza UNIZAR, and the Boston Architectural Center BAC. Guitart has been awarded by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture - ACSA, the New York State Council for the Arts - NYSCA, or the Canadian AZ Awards, among others. Guitart has published in journals such as the Journal of Architectural Education JAE, Journal of Technology, Architecture, and Design TAD, Arquia Próxima, Cátedra Cerámica, TC Cuadernos, Zarch, Future Arquitecturas, Radar, RA Revista Arquitectura, Rita, Constelaciones, and Arquitectura COAM, among others. Guitart has also authored and edited several books, such as The Depth of the Skin (Ediciones Asimetricas, 2015) or the Práctica Arquitectónica PA book series (I, II, III, IV), a platform for design methodologies on the practice of architectural design.

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2021-01-27