Architecture Anthology III: Inter and Transdisciplinary Relationships in Architecture II & Crossings on Body and Architecture

Clara Germana Gonçalves & Maria João Soares

ISBN: 978-960-598-390-1, 202 pages

First published in 2021 by ATINER

Price: Paperback: 50 (It includes Shipping and Handling)

Electronic copy: 30

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

i

Preface

Nicholas N. Patricios

iii

Introduction

Clara Germana Gonçalves & Maria João Soares

v

Part I: Inter and Transdisciplinary Relationships in Architecture II

1.

Thinking as Drawing: Reflections on a Drawing that No Longer Exists

Teresa Belo Rodeia

3

2.

A Meta-Baroque Allegory for an Architectural Concept

Maria João Soares

29

3.

Genius Loci: Place as a Mean to Develop Inter and Transdisciplinary Skills for Architecture Students

Karine Dupré & Anke Vrijs

51

Part II: Crossings on Body and Architecture

4.

Experiencing, Knowing, and Building Architecture

Rui Manuel Reis Alves

73

5.

Body Challenges: Between Architectural Scale Models and Architectural Objects

João Miguel Couto Duarte

91

6.

The Role of the Senses in Establishing the Status and Disciplinary Relationships in Architecture: The Architecture-Music Relationship as a Paradigm

Clara Germana Gonçalves

109

7.

Baroque Architecture and the Infinite Universe: The Experimenting Body under the Trompe lOeil

Clara Germana Gonçalves

129

8.

From Royaumont to Caxinas: Fernando Távora and the Response to the Complexity of Reality

Rui Seco

143

9.

Somatic Landscapes and Urban Identities: Mapping Emotional Engagements through Site, Dance and Body Connections in Raval, Barcelona; A Case Study

Ana Maria Moya Pellitero & Victoria Hunter

163