Archive for May, 2014

In this relatively small house, three fixed multifunctional furniture elements were added. Because the clients travel a lot, we gave this pied à terre a permanent invariable character by fixing the pieces of furniture to the house and making the house a stable basis to return to, a place to come home. Read more here […]


Casa Spodsbjerg uses a limited number of materials in its design. Concrete is used for the base and internal forms, the floors are a light hardwood, and the ceilings covered with a warm, slatted wood. Read more here


Mientras no lo veamos así, podemos llenarnos la boca con fórmulas retóricas y con condenas más o menos generales, pero nunca vamos a  producir instituciones más honestas. Este error de percepción deriva de otro no menos frecuente: creer que las leyes son gratuitas; que el derecho es neutral. Esta idea es sencillamente una equivocación. La […]


Entre Friedman y Ghersi Las convicciones morales no están ausentes de la decisión de ser corrupto. El hecho es que, siendo la moral subjetiva, tales convicciones forman parte de un entramado de preferencias que alteran la percepción de los costos y beneficios. El problema no consiste en determinar si la gente es mala o buena, […]


Algo de Fausto

19May14

A veces me pierdo, pero no es que no me encuentre, solo que tardo en buscarme. Me conozco y por eso doy vueltas para demorarme, por supuesto que me arrepiento, el tiempo que pasa se confunde entre los deseos y la moral. We are punished for our refusals. Every impulse that we strive to strangle […]


Building Information Modeling gives birth to a wide array of services like building design, 3D modeling, clash detection, 4D scheduling, cost estimation, etc. which are very useful for Engineers, Contractors and other professionals. BIM technology can be employed for generating efficient 3D coordination models which facilitate apparent 360 degree 3D view of the designed buildings […]


Poderopedia

08May14

It’s the sunken courtyard, characterized by white pigmented concrete walls and floor that defines The Garden House and lends the house an exotic sensibility.



The house’s clear defining feature is its deeply evocative exterior and garden facade – a simple grid system. Two ”boxes” wide and three boxes deep – with the boxes being either red cedar clad or glazing. The result speaks immediately of Japan and the serene loveliness of traditional Japanese teahouses.