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marta garcia-orte 7 May 18
Right now our last with and follow live and make any comment or question
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Gabriel Fejzulla 7 May 18
Materiality is quite important when you come to think that it not only determines the durability and well funxtioning of the building but also its aesthetics. Smart uses of it can work very well, both on the technical and beauty aspect.
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tarolongo 7 May 18
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Aya_thecoolkid 7 May 18
Can the fact that you use raw materials like wood help the integration of a building on the urban and environmental scale ?
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Facundo Perez Santarelli 7 May 18
To what extent is the shift towards a 'prefab' industry key to an efficient construction system in the architectural field?
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Meryem 7 May 18
Five prototypes that they have glued into another, inspired by the Alsace style, which are flexible amd sustainable.
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Bruce 7 May 18
Could this system be used in emergency architecture?  
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Gabriel Fejzulla 7 May 18
We can reduce time and expenses by using materials from the site and by applying traditional techniques of construction known in that particular site.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 7 May 18
By looking at vernacular architecture we will be able to understand space better and create better y more flexible arrangements of it.
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Bruce 7 May 18
When concieving a project its good to think about the formal relationship between technical, professional and theoretical.  
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Aya_thecoolkid 7 May 18
The reference to rural heritage far from generating an archaic habitat is the support for technical innovations in terms of comfort, ambiance, and energetic efficiency.
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Facundo Perez Santarelli 7 May 18
A project should always be looking for an architectural language which can establish intamacy and relation between the user and the building.
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Meryem 7 May 18
“The architecture can be a motor from an economical point of vue” -Jordi Pimas
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Jessica Dang Guay 7 May 18
In line with architecture, social paradigm will change only in a collective way
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Bruce 7 May 18
When innovating with vernacular architecture, creating a system using local industries goes a long way.  
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Meryem 7 May 18
Taking the materials into our advantage and coming up with innovations that will make the project in comcordance with the landscape - and at the same time flexible.
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Jessica Dang Guay 7 May 18
Reuniting dynamics and energy of a city, fruit of creation and innovation
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EvoWall Technology 8 May 18
Con la ponencia de Jordi Pimàs se clausuró Fue un debate muy interesante donde se explicó la importancia de la arquitectura con su entorno Gracias a todos los asistentes y : sponsor
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Architecture UIC 8 May 18
“La arquitectura vernacular normalmente nos da grandes lecciones”. Jordi Pimàs, de , clausuró ayer el ciclo . Gracias por la asistencia. Os dejamos algunas fotos de la jornada.
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Krlos 7 May 18
Con el he descubierto que los arquitectos, o hablan muy raro o Paulo Coelho era de lectura obligatoria en la carrera.
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