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Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD Ana Catarina Silva

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Your public space for thinking architecture is now going ABROAD.
every 3rd, 13th and 23rd (3x a month)

Each episode on a different place but always on Spotify…and instagram and on the website arquiteturaentrevistas.com (upload your references to our website)

    #19 Tony Fretton (UK), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    #19 Tony Fretton (UK), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    #19 Tony Fretton (UK), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD



    Our 19h stop is in London (UK), alongside the architect Tony Fretton, with whom we learn how to look, notice and absorb things. “I look at things and I can get a lot from just looking at things.”



    “Like a paintier is interested in the history of painting, I am interested I the story of architecture. I am interested in the way buildings have evolved and the way it does things.”



    Fretton opens up about the UK's demanding architectural scene. And he might tell us 1 or 2 things no-one talks about in the architecture school: “One is: how to have people listen to you. The other is: how you get work? These are the two major aspects of being an architect.”



    “There is a problem with architects, you know, a feeling that everything we do is very important and that everything has to be maintained in the way that we wanted it.” But he admits that the “use and misuse” of things interests him…it might be the needed shift of perspective.



    “Paintings are in galleries, you can go and see it. Buildings are in the streets, you can go and see it. Buildings are unavoidably generous.”

    To look at buildings, noice buildings and absorb buildings…is probably the best we can do.







    Guest: Tony Fretton (London, UK)

    Host: Ana Catarina Silva (Porto, Portugal)

    Sponsor: Meireles



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    #18 Bessire Winter (CH), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    #18 Bessire Winter (CH), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    Our 18th stop is in Feldbrunnen (Switzerland) alongside Céline Bessire and Matthias Winter. If you ever feel like discussing difficult words like “parallax”, they are the perfect counterpoint. Things are not what they seem, “things carry an ambivalence within themselves” and Parallex is all about shifting perspectives, “what we are trying to find is the parallactic qualities within the everyday spaces (…) It’s not about changing or shifting meaning but changing what they actually are.”

    The first sep is to understand the potential of the Parallex, secondly…you unleash its potential. Céline and Matthias have a bag full of ideas to argue on this topic. 

    “We realised that we can change things also by not physically changing things.”



    After all, “It raises the question of where a project end and where a project starts…if it actually does end or if it actually does start”. If we weren't already uncertain about everything, even the a priori data isn't sufficiently solid to remain unquestioned.

    Question everything, be sure of nothing, a beautiful “strategy of how we can unlearn something that we are used to do.”



    We might also welcome Georges Perec’s “Species of spaces” to this cloud of ideas. Was he actually putting things inside boxes? Or was he attempting to make us (paralleticly) think out of the box?





    “It’s quite delirious to attempt to make categories, it can only be limiting.”





    Guest: Céline Bessire + Matthias Winter (Feldbrunnen, Switzerland )

    Host: Ana Catarina Silva (Porto, Portugal)

    Sponsor: JJTeixeira



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    • 41 min
    #17 HANGHAR (SP), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    #17 HANGHAR (SP), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    #17 HANGHAR (SP), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD



    Our 17h stop is at HANGHAR (Madrid, Spain) to meet Eduardo Mediero, he shares with us the intriguing philosophy of a firm that thrives on the ticking clock of a ten-year deadline, all activity will be ceased on 31st December 2030.



    Throughout our conversation, we dissect how HANGHAR is flipping the script on real estate norms by designing apartments free from the constraints of traditional room functions. “I am very interested in how very defined and very structured sets of rules or decisions opens up and frees it’s way of lIving.”. The superimposition of the grid might have a word on that…listen to find out the secret.



    Ok…ok…I might reveal a little bit about that:

    “Our work is always focused on a sort of architecture that could somehow fight agains te veracious speculation of our city. That’s when spacial grid apartments started to happen in which we were asked to renovated apartments but we didn’t know what the final owner is going to be. Creating an apartment that had no rooms no, bedrooms, no master bedrooms, no dining rooms but just this sort of spaces that the market was unable to define.”



    Geometry as an abstraction tool…only for those who know how to use it.





    Guest: Eduardo Mediero  (Madrid, Spain)

    Host: Ana Catarina Silva (Porto, Portugal)

    Sponsor: JJTeixeira



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    • 38 min
    #16 aoa (KR), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    #16 aoa (KR), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    Our 16h stop is at aoa (Seoul, South Korea) to meet Jaewon Suh. To say “aoa” is the same as to say "architecture of anyone, anything and anywhere”.
    For aoa, architecture is nothing. “When I say that architecture is nothing, it means that it is a very fundamental thing”, like air, for example. 

    As a reaction to  Valerio Olgiaty ’s “non-referencial architecture”, a self-explanatory “hiper-referencial architecture”. “I want to be inspired by our reality not ideality”.

    Feel free to see a cat / a minecraft game / a Sol LeWitt’s sculpture, where there is a house. “To the children, my building looks like an ice cream. It’s a way to connect people and architecture.”

    “I think autonomy of architecture has to be destroyed by our culture” and as you listen to this conversation you’ll understand the meaning of these strong words. “Some banal things destroy order but I intentionally use these things as a satire of society.”

    In the end “the most important thing is how to organize the elements with each other to make a system. (…) Architects make a building using a column, a slab, a stair…very fundamental elements. We only do that.”


    Guest: Jaewon Suh, aoa  (Seoul, South Korea)
    Host: Ana Catarina Silva (Porto, Portugal)

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    • 26 min
    #15 Richard Stampton (AU), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    #15 Richard Stampton (AU), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    Today, we cross the globe. In this episode we talk with the architect Richard Stampton.



    Whom consciously decided: not to go into competitions; not to extensively show his work (which is different from hiding it); as well as to resist the urge to think further then what he is actually drawing.

    Did you know this also a possible approach?

    “I was very conscious, when I started my practice, to be small in a meaningful way.”, he claims.

    Do you know what it means to be “ramen profitable? I didn’t either.



    Richard confesses his pursue for a deeper understanding on the haptics as well as the essencial counterpoint of letting go certain parts: “a building often gets to a scale where there needs to be a blanc wall”.

    Do add up to the equation: “The building you do, if it it made out of cardboard or if it is made out of gold leaf, it should still work. The design should work almost regardless of the material.”

    As simple and complex as that.



    This is a triadic situation between: what the client wants, what the author thinks, what the world needs.

    Truth being told, “the level of control an architect has is usually highly exaggerated…throughout history. Architects don’t make cities.”

    “I love that there is a limitation over what we can control over a project.”







    Guest: Richard Stampton (Phillip Island, AU)

    Host: Ana Catarina Silva (Porto, Portugal)



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    • 52 min
    #14 GAFPA (BE), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    #14 GAFPA (BE), Arquitetura Entre Vistas ABROAD

    Our 14th stop is at GAFPA (Ghent, BE) alongside Floris de Bruyn.



    GAFPA is recognisable for it’s pragmatic approach. But there is much more to it. Somehow, they always manage to uncover the specificity that hides behind generic approaches. It’s about “trying to make something specific with a generic tool”.



    For every project, a primary structure.

    But what is this “primary structure”? “The primary structure, when you dismantle it, it is a very pragmatic structure, but at the same time it already includes both the identity and the generosity of the gesture.”

    Everyday is complex enough, so “it’s important not to invent complexity”.



    “You just do exactly what is needed and , somehow, nothing more then that.” but this is not the same as to say that “heritage” is the only possible path to follow.



    “We like to compare different things in series, because we like the evolutions, the steps, the mutations, the discussions of how from one idea you step to the next. Because when you understand this logic, you can apply it yourself. When it is an isolated reference the danger is that it becomes model.”







    Guest: Floris de Bruyn - GAFPA (Ghent, Belgic)

    Host: Ana Catarina Silva (Porto, Portugal)



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    • 40 min

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