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eBook Fernando Menis: Topography and Materiality epub
  • ISBN: 3937093591
  • Author: Fernando Menis
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Architecture
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Aedes (July 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 60 pages
  • ePUB size: 1909 kb
  • FB2 size 1863 kb
  • Formats lit lrf mobi docx


This book explores the landscape influences in the major projects of Fernando Menis. The clear, powerful landscape that surrounds me on the island is responsible for the architecture I conceive and produce.

This book explores the landscape influences in the major projects of Fernando Menis. When I think of a new building, I consider its plasticity; I do not see it as a row of objects but as a unified work which begins from its form - a work which conforms. The clear, powerful landscape that surrounds me on the island is responsible for the architecture I conceive and produce

This book explores the landscape influences in the major projects of Fernando Menis. When I think of a new building.

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Fernando Menis: Topography and Materiality. Gayanath Fernando, Prasanta Misra . c (Hons) and . c in Physics (Utkal University Bhubaneswar India) P. in Physics (Tufts University Medford .

Fernando Martín Menis, better known as Fernando Menis (born June 15, 1951 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands), is a Spanish Architect who graduated from the Barcelona Institute of Architecture.

Fernando Martín Menis, better known as Fernando Menis (born June 15, 1951 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands), is a Spanish Architect who graduated from the Barcelona Institute of Architecture, and also serves as the Chairman of the Laboratory for Innovation in Architecture, Design and Advanced Tourism of Tenerife

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CKK Jordanki, Fernando Menis. The picado (chooping) is all over. It is an innovative technique, based on an original idea by Fernando Menis, consisting of mixing concrete with other materials and break i aftrwards. CKK Jordanki, Fernando Menis. In addition to achieving a strong expression, the picado helps achieving excellent acoustics. The first time Menis used the picado, was has for Magma Art and Congress (Tenerife, Canary Islands, 2005).

This book explores the landscape influences in the major projects of Fernando Menis. The clear, powerful landscape that surrounds me on the island is responsible for the architecture I conceive and produce. When I think of a new building, I consider its plasticity; I do not see it as a row of objects but as a unified work which begins from its form - a work which conforms. Projects are conceived through their volumes; extracted and moulded, shaped. This is how the landscape of Tenerife was made. I think again about the program, about functionality, and I try to define a program which has the potential to evolve, to grow; volume and functionality. I propose architecture that is needed by the environment. A continuous line of thought can be traced all the way from the first works produced during my partnership in Artengo Menis Pastrana -AMP - right up to the ones now under development in my new independent office, Menis Arquitectos. The projects and buildings shown in this book are good examples of this. The experimentation I engaged in during construction of the MAGMA, in which I collaborated with my colleagues Artengo and Pastrana, led to new projects under development today; the quantity of materials that appeared during the restoration of the Tanque created a unique staircase at the MM House, whereas growing up in a landscape full of banana trees gave this house a façade that resembles the trunk of a palm tree. --Fernando Menis
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