- Elisa Valero Ramos at the genesis cycle of lectures in Pisa
After the Japanese Sou Fujimoto and the Italian architects from TAMAssociati, the second cycle of international lectures, called genesis, established as an initiative of students and teachers from the Architecture Engineering course of the Engineering School - University of Pisa exploring the genesis of an architectural project is concluding with a lecture by the Spanish architect Elisa Valero Ramos.
Elisa Valero Ramos, Honourable Mention in the ArcVision Prize – Women in Architecture 2016 is known to Floornature and Livegreenblog readers for her El Serrallo kindergarten in the hills in the north of Granada and her studio in Calle Belen, Granada.
Her works focus on the indivisible relationship between light, space and material, leading to buildings whose strength lies precisely in the great poetry of the essential composition. Her architecture is proof of how much true originality lies in rediscovering the genuineness of things, over and above passing fads and fashions. All of this for architecture that is “rooted in the earth and in its own time”, as we can read in her bio.
On 12 May 2017, Elisa Valero Ramos will be closing the genesis cycle of lectures in Pisa, responding to the introductory statement of the lectures: Genesis. What is it exactly? Is it pure inspiration, analysis, or the outcome of a precise creative process?
3.3.2017 – Sou Fujimoto
21.4.2107 – TAMassociati
12.5.2017 – Elisa Valero Ramos
Comitato Scientifico: Prof. Arch. Luca Lanini, Prof. Ing. Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua, Ing. Fabio Candido, Lorenzo Ciancarini, Brunello Favilla
Organizing Committee: Lorenzo Ciancarini, Brunello Favilla, Paola Pulella, Valentino Tagliaboschi
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