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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.16.2020.tde-28012019-170453
Document
Author
Full name
Juliano Carlos Cecilio Batista Oliveira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Rozestraten, Artur Simões (President)
Ribeiro, Patricia Pimenta Azevedo
Barros, Gil Garcia de
Maluenda, Ana Esteban
Ramos, Fernando Guillermo Vázquez
Title in Portuguese
27 textos de Lucio Costa, Oscar Niemeyer, Vilanova Artigas e Lina Bo Bardi: contribuições transversais ao ensino e à  prática do projeto de arquitetura - antologia teórica.
Keywords in Portuguese
Arquitetura moderna
Ensino de arquitetura
Projeto de arquitetura
Abstract in Portuguese
A Tese organiza uma antologia teórica com 27 textos selecionados na produção bibliográfica e projetual de Lucio Costa, Oscar Niemeyer, Vilanova Artigas e Lina Bo Bardi, elaborados entre os anos de 1930 a 1970, a fim de compreender uma base teórica e metodológica da prática projetual no paradigma moderno, assim como apontar estratégias para o ensino e a prática do projeto de arquitetura contemporâneo, através da revisão crítica de tal conjunto de textos. Esta pesquisa levanta, analisa, sistematiza e revisa criticamente a textos desses quatro arquitetos considerando sua relevância em apontar bases teóricas acerca de estratégias projetuais em uma nova linguagem na arquitetura brasileira. Os dados levantados são de base bibliográfica, privilegiando-se a consulta às fontes originais dos mesmos, principalmente através das revistas de arquitetura da época, sendo analisados individualmente através de resenha crítica e em conjunto através de alguns recursos gráficos para a sua melhor discussão. Ao final, o trabalho aponta formas dinâmicas para a constituição da antologia pelo próprio leitor, disponibilizando filtros para sua própria organização de leitura, através da identificação de diversos assuntos pautados em cada texto. A pesquisa aponta ainda, no seu Apêndice, ampla bibliografia com as referências de todos os originais pesquisados.
Title in English
Dado não fornecido pelo autor.
Keywords in English
Architectural design
Architectural teaching
Modern architecture
Abstract in English
The thesis organizes a theoretical anthology with 27 selected texts in the writings and architectural design production of Lucio Costa, Oscar Niemeyer, Vilanova Artigas and Lina Bo Bardi, elaborated between the years of 1930 to 1970. Through a critical review of such set of texts, we sought to understand a theoretical and methodological basis of the design practice in the modern paradigm, as well as to point out strategies for the teaching and the practice of the contemporary architectural design. This research identifies, analyzes, systematizes and critically reviews the texts of these four architects considering their relevance in pointing theoretical bases about design strategies in a new language in Brazilian architecture. The data collected are from bibliographic sources, with a preference for consulting the original sources, specially some historical architectural magazines. This sources were analyzed individually by a critical review and together by some graphic resources. Finally, the work points out some dynamic ways for the anthology be organized by the reader, providing filters for his own reading structure, through the identification of several subjects based on each text. The research also points out, in its Appendix, a large bibliography with the references of all the originals searched.
 
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2020-02-07
 
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