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Di Rio De Obra

Author: Alê Motta
Publisher: Editora Jaguatirica Digital
ISBN: 8591231457
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Então você queria ser arquiteto só porque brincava de empilhar blocos de madeira. Ou porque adora revistas de decoração e fotos de casas de luxo. Ou porque (todo mundo odeia essa) não quis fazer Engenharia. Arquitetura não é nada disso. Ou, na verdade, é um bocadinho disso e mais muita coisa que ninguém conta. Alê Motta desvenda com bastante humor o cotidiano de uma arquiteta carioca,e acompanha o desenrolar de trinta dias na vida dessa personagem inquieta, simpática e encantadora, que vive cercada por engenheiros, mestre de obras, peões, e que tenta administrar seu tempo, sempre curto, em meio a projetos, celulares, latas de tinta e muito, muito quebra-quebra.

Melancholy And Architecture

Author: Diogo Seixas Lopes
Publisher: Park Book
ISBN: 9783906027470
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Italian architect Aldo Rossi (1931-97) is a crucial figure in twentieth-century architecture, his work highly influential in both theory and practice. Working in Italy and throughout Europe after World War II, he disputed the then-dominant credos of the modernists--and even went so far as to question the very status of his profession. Discarding utopian pretenses, his work claimed the autonomy of architecture with formal restraint. In Melancholy and Architecture, Diogo Seixas Lopes looks at Rossi’s work through the lens of a term often used to describe Rossi’s work: melancholy. While the influence of melancholy on literature and the visual arts has been extensively studied, its presence in architecture has been largely overlooked. Exploring Rossi’s entire career, Lopes traces out the oscillation between enthusiasm and disenchantment that marks Rossi’s work. Through a close exploration of one of Rossi’s landmark works, the Cemetery of San Cataldo in Modena, he shows how this brilliant, innovative architect reinterpreted a typology of the past to help us come to terms with representations of death and the deep sadness that inevitably accompanies it. Beautifully illustrated, Melancholy and Architecture both illuminates the career of a key postwar architect and offers a new perspective on the long cultural history of melancholy.

Four Walls And A Roof

Author: Reinier de Graaf
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674982762
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Architects, we like to believe, shape the world as they please. Reinier de Graaf draws on his own tragicomic experiences to present a candid account of what it is really like to work as an architect. To achieve anything, he notes, architects must serve the powers they strive to critique, finding themselves in a perpetual conflict of interest.

Dom Casmurro

Author: Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195103092
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Like other great nineteenth century novels--The Scarlet Letter, Anna Karenina, Madame Bovary--Machado de Assis's Dom Casmurro explores the themes of marriage and adultery. But what distinguishes Machado's novel and what makes it such a delightful discovery for English-speaking readers, is its eccentric and wildly unpredictable narrative style. As he recounts the events of his life from the vantage of a lonely old age, the narrator Bento continually interrupts his story to reflect on the writing of it. But the novel is more than a performance of stylistic acrobatics. It is an ironic critique of Catholicism, in which God appears as a kind of divine accountant whose ledgers may be balanced in devious as well as pious ways. It is also a story about love and its obstacles, about deception and self-deception, and about the failure of memory to make life's beginning fit neatly into its end.This crisp new translation by John Gledson is the only complete, unabridged, and annotated edition available of one of the most distinctive novels of the turn of the century.