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Contemporaneity of Spanish Rural Architecture Intervention and Economic Sustainability  [PDF]
Joan Curós Vilà, M. Pilar Curós Vilà
Art and Design Review (ADR) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/adr.2017.51005
Abstract: From the second half of the 20th century onwards, Spanish rural architecture has suffered a transformation regarding its farming and ranching model. The economic unsustainability of the family economy has led to further action for the viability of the system. This transformation has meant a new mindset to the owner of the farm and livestock, who had to consider whether continuity was given to the exploitation or the countryside/field was changed and adapted to a new use such as rural tourism, restoration, or for collective uses such as holiday camps, cultural centers or others. Owners who have decided to continue the exploitation they were developing have had to industrialize it and thus extend it in a considerable percentage. That has meant the need to intervene significantly in the rural architectural heritage. A wide and varied range of results has been obtained in these interventions: from the fossilization or destruction of assets, to the achievement of harmony and coexistence between tradition and modernity in this heritage, the result of which represents the contemporaneity of rural architecture.
Casa Corralones Paine, Chile
Bernstein,Magdalena; Klotz,Mathias;
ARQ (Santiago) , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-69962005005900009
Abstract: careful, unassuming repairs create different spaces within an adobe storehouse. the brutality of the new elements is veiled, melts into the timeworn space; the same introverted logic reveals itself in a window that runs the length of the building, discreetly marking the new places in its interior.
Los paisajes del turismo en Espa a: hacia una nueva concepción. / The landscapes of tourism in Spain: towards a new conception.
Adams, Carmen
Revista de Urbanismo , 2004, DOI: doi: 10.5354/0717-5051.2004.5100
Abstract: Si bien persiste la adoración por lo popular-tradicional, pintoresco y pastiche a la hora de construir el paisaje del turismo rural en Espa a, se puede observar una naciente postura distinta. Un planteamiento innovador, moderno, que como tal se compromete con su tiempo y con el respeto a un medio ambiente, garantizando un desarrollo equilibrado y sostenible./There is a new manner in the design of the tourist landscapes in rural Spain. The adoration for the popular, the traditional and the colorful are still popular nevertheless there are projects that look towards the future with respect for the environment thus creating projects with sustainable development.
El desarrollo rural y la transformación del patrimonio arquitectónico tradicional. El caso de la aldea indígena Plan Grande Quehueche (Izabal, Guatemala)
Blanco Sepúlveda, Rafael,Enríquez Narváez, Francisco
Estudios Geográficos , 2005,
Abstract: The rural development based on ecotourism is supported by the rich cultural and ecological values existing in the territory. Nevertheless, the economic development of the rural communities is used to induce a counterproductive transformation of the cultural values of these communities, basic element of this tourist modality. One of the cultural values affected by this phenomenon is the vernacular architecture. The objective of this paper is to analyze the causes and the initial process of transformation of the vernacular architecture of the small village Plan Grande Quehueche of the Department of Izabal in Guatemala. This process has affected the formal aspects of the inside house, building materials and traditional architectural typology. The paper finishes indicating the preventive measures and/or correctors that would be able to finish this phenomenon of vernacular architectural patrimony degradation. [es] El desarrollo rural basado en el ecoturismo se sustenta sobre los ricos valores ecológicos y culturales que existen en el territorio. Sin embargo, paradójicamente, el desarrollo económico de las comunidades rurales suele llevar aparejado una transformación contraproducente de los valores culturales de dichas comunidades, pilar básico de esta modalidad turística. Uno de los valores culturales que se ven afectados por este fenómeno es la arquitectura popular. El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar las causas y el proceso inicial de transformación de la arquitectura popular de la aldea Plan Grande Quehueche del Departamento de Izabal en Guatemala y que está afectando a los aspectos formales del interior de las viviendas, a los materiales de construcción y a la tipología arquitectónica tradicional. El trabajo termina indicando las medidas preventivas y/o correctoras oportunas que se podrían establecer para poner fin a este fenómeno de degradación del patrimonio arquitectónico tradicional. [fr] Le développement rural basé sur l'écotourisme (le tourisme écologique) s'appuie sur les riches valeurs écologiques et culturelles qui existent dans le territoire. Malgré tout, et paradoxalement, le développement économique des communautés rurales entra ne d'habitude une transformation négative des valeurs culturelles des communautés mentionnées. Or, ces valeurs représentent la clef de vo te de cette modalité touristique. Une des valeurs culturelles qui se voient affectées par ce phénomène, c'est l'architecture populaire. L'objectif de cette étude c'est d'analyser les causes et le procès initial de transformation de l'architecture populaire du village Plan Grande
A procura do turismo em espa?o rural
Silva,Luís;
Etnográfica , 2007,
Abstract: this article deals with the demand for tourism in rural areas (tra) in portugal, presenting the results of research developed in continental portugal and, particularly, in three village contexts. we conclude that the demand is mainly performed by middle class urbanites with two main goals: to break free from everyday life and to reenergize in the countryside. the countryside is, for these urban dwellers, a kind of paradise on earth that incorporates many of the virtues believed to be inexistent in the cities: tranquillity, nature, tradition and authenticity. lodging in tra houses is a decisive step for their desired immersion in rural idyll, wether in rustic houses, manor-houses or palace-like houses.
Dos Colegios
Valdés,Cristián;
ARQ (Santiago) , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-69962004005600011
Abstract: sensitive economics. two buildings, put up on dissimilar sites, 30 years apart, share a certain humility, a scale and some issues, like limited yards, covered exteriors, and precise, autonomous volumes. both projects are imbued with a structural clarity that has the generosity to foresee changes of program and needs, so the school can also house community celebrations, parties and public meetings.
The village of Kunovica in the sustainable development context
Turn?ek Branko AJ.
Facta Universitatis Series : Architecture and Civil Engineering , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/fuace0601025t
Abstract: Kunovica, is a typical mountain village, with large house density, and is situated on the slopes around the Kunovica river, surrounded by silence and tranquality of intact nature. It is the village of contrasts: on one hand there is the beautiful nature, great natural conditions for raising cattle and on the other hand it is a village with only a small number of mostly elderly people (101 inhabitants), few infrastructural systems and buildings it is far from the main roads (although it used to be near them) which very weak in economical terms. The most important problem faced by this village as well as by the other villages in this area, is the depopulation i.e. the migrations. This paper analyses the present situation of the sustenance elements on the level of the village, and of the relevant representative sample of the households employing the previously defined parameters. By definition, natural, economic, human and spatial resources analyzed in this way can describe present situation, its causes and consequences, but they also can define the level of sustenance, the capacities and the ways of its possible development. The obtained results and conclusions made were used as the basis for recognizing the further development and transformation of a village household, and particularly the transformation of the farmyard as the spatial household frame and place where all these processes are taking place.
Casa Corralones Paine, Chile
Magdalena Bernstein,Mathias Klotz
ARQ , 2005,
Abstract: Cuidadosos y modestos remiendos dan lugar a diferentes situaciones espaciales, acomodadas en una bodega de adobe. La brutalidad de los nuevos elementos los deja velados y fundidos en el espacio gastado; esta lógica introvertida se manifiesta en una ventana que recorre el largo completo del edificio, y que se ala discreta los lugares inaugurados al interior. Careful, unassuming repairs create different spaces within an adobe storehouse. The brutality of the new elements is veiled, melts into the timeworn space; the same introverted logic reveals itself in a window that runs the length of the building, discreetly marking the new places in its interior.
Usos da ruralidade na arquitectura paisagista
Xavier,Sandra;
Etnográfica , 2007,
Abstract: in this article, i will focus on the landscape architecture projects of jo?o gomes da silva using richard handler?s concept of cultural objectification. jo?o gomes da silva is a follower of the landscape architecture school of francisco caldeira cabral and uses rural typologies as elements representing the identity of the place in public and private gardens, and in public and urban spaces. he is also influenced by the architect álvaro siza vieira and by the inquérito à arquitectura popular em portugal, paying particular attention to the folk modes of constructing the landscape. in his projects, these folk modes are shown as representative elements of the culture of the place and they are aesthetically valued as such.
La bodega mendocina de los siglos XVII Y XVIII
Premat,Estela del Carmen;
Universum (Talca) , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-23762007000100009
Abstract: viticulture in mendoza has a long tradition originated in the foundation times. limited knowlege about this activity development in the first three centuries of the city, make us consider that viticulture was not so important as it really was. recently, many important researches have made us know the past of wine industry in mendoza, where fine wines were produced in the xvii and xviii centuries. from the basic domestical winery, frequent in the properties around the city, new wineries with an advanced technology were built to provide fine wines and brandy. this perspective, let us know how the mendocinian wineries were built, which were their technical settlings, their shapes, their materials, how they functioned and related with other rural buildings, which were the other buildings in the farm and how was the relation between the winery and the city
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