What do we mean when we say Josep Lluís Sert is our most international architect? If we interpret this in terms of popularity and widespread recognition, Gaudí would easily surpass him in recent...Continue reading Sert as an International Synthesis
To speak of architecture is to speak of spaces and volumes, of building components and of light. But how can you draw light? Those are the questions that Cristina Masanés raises in this article which – without intending to unveil the metaphor – tells us about an intimate and poetic walk through the geometries of the Fundació Joan Miró and other buildings designed by the architect Josep Lluís Sert.
Cristina Masanés, who studied philosophy, has written for a variety of media and art centres. She works as a freelance journalist, documentalist and exhibition curator.Continue reading ‘Che bella voce.’ Architecture, Voice and Speech