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Old January 30th, 2013, 06:48 PM   #1
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Neo Historic Architecture | Arquitectura Histórica Neo

Hi,

I am wondering if there are any new or recently constructed buildings which are built in a historic architecture style.

I currently have a thread in the architecture forum which features newly constructed buildings that are built in historic form.

Please see thread here:

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1022349

I wanna like to have a few examples from Puerto Rico added so please feel to post examples in the above thread.

Thanks in advance!



Hola,

Me pregunto si hay algunos edificios nuevos o de reciente construcción que se construyen en un estilo de arquitectura histórica.

Actualmente tengo un hilo en el foro de arquitectura que cuenta con edificios de nueva construcción que se construyen en forma histórica.

Por favor, consulte hilo aquí:

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1022349

Quiero gustaría tener algunos ejemplos de Puerto Rico añadido así que por favor para publicar ejemplos en el comentario anterior.

Gracias de antemano!
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Old January 30th, 2013, 07:57 PM   #2
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Conozco de un edificio que se esta construyendo utilizando estilo histórico pero usando también estética moderna. No recuerdo otro actualmente, pero espero que alguien por aquí sepa de alguno.
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Old January 30th, 2013, 10:20 PM   #3
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Saludos Hed!


Si alguien sabe y puede cooperar!
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Old February 1st, 2013, 04:24 AM   #4
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Bueno, el movimiento contemporaneo en la isla son los edificios de cristal con arcos neoclasicos y (a veces) fachadas de piedra. El edificio que queda directamente frente a San Patricio Plaza en la Ave. San Patricio es un excelente ejemplo.

Posiblemente el mas documentado es la torre de Plaza Las Americas.

No puedo subir fotos (estoy en mi cel), pero estoy segura que alguien tiene fotos de estos edificios.

Obviamente no es el tema buscado, pero aparte de algunos edificios de los 60 y 70, no se de ninguno nuevo.
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I think you are referring to neoclassic architecture.
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Old February 1st, 2013, 05:40 PM   #6
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No el se refiere a cualqyuier edificio de reciente construccion o algunos anos nada más que se hicieron con algu. estilo historico. Un ejemplo sería el Burger King del viejo SJ. Este edificio era el cineRialto y su fachada fontal era completamente diferente. Cuando esta paso a Burger King se cmbio por una ue estuviese consono con viejo SJ pero su fachada no es la de los tiempos coloniales. Aunque esta es alteracion hay otros ejemplos que pudiesen ser construidos desde cero recientemente.
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I think you are referring to neoclassic architecture.
Neoclassic is a style. I am referring to any pre war architecture styles.
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Old February 11th, 2013, 07:57 PM   #8
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Hi,

The thread above has been updated.

Please feel free to contribute!
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Old February 12th, 2013, 01:19 AM   #9
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Antigua (no tanto) alcaldia de Trujillo Alto



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Old March 1st, 2013, 05:41 PM   #10
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Hi,

I have added new buildings to the above thread so make sure to check it out.

Also, please feel free to contribute by adding any relevant pictures.
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Thanks Hed and Greetings from Puerto Rico!
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Thread has been updated.

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...022349&page=80

If you have any new contributions, please do post!

Thanks!
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Please show more examples!


You want to build a traditional house?

This material overview is of great help -
while of course your local materials have to be considered, as well as weather conditions:


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Cities and houses are made by the people. And where they build, they should consider going vernacular/traditional,
to get something that is sustainable, eco-friendly, valuable, affordable, beautiful, livable and eternal.
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You want to build a traditional house?

This material overview is of great help -
while of course your local materials have to be considered, as well as weather conditions:


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Here in Puerto Rico, that house is pretty much the antithesis of traditional; from the foundations to the roof, not a single aspect of the house, design- or materials-wise is traditional. And I'm not referring to the renewable eco-friendly stuff; I'm talking about... wood, bricks, timber floor...
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Sure that's why I said you need to consider local materials and shapes.

But I thought it could be an inspiration to actually learn a thing or two about the vernacular architecture of Puerto Rico, or the American colonial style.
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Sure that's why I said you need to consider local materials and shapes.

But I thought it could be an inspiration to actually learn a thing or two about the vernacular architecture of Puerto Rico, or the American colonial style.
Like I said; it's beyond mere materials and shapes; construction techniques are incompatible; unless you are dealing with the OSJ Historic Landmark zone, you will not see wooden beams mixed with... anything not-wood.

Solid cement or terrazzo floors, cement blocks for everything... Miami windows on every wall (feel that? It's the other forum members shuddering at the thought... ), flat and level roofs, ironworks everywhere... Traditional PR houses are built totally different from those of the mainland, from concept to execution.
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And that's precisely what makes it so fascinating! Local architecture styles are what make our cultures, primarily, symbolically and visually even before language, music, cuisine and other cultural aspects.

I'd love to see an article, graphics/photos or more detailed explanation of Puerto Rican vernacular - if you could share any.
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Classical and traditional architecture is the base we build upon.

"The symbolic hard currency of architecture is classical,...
It's gold in the bank. The other stuff is leveraged buy-outs and soybean futures."

- Jaquelin T. Robertson

“The thing of first importance in architecture is beauty.”
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Buildings of 10 years of Driehaus Prize winners arranged in one picture, painted 2013.
Oil on canvas by Carl Laubin. Source.



Architects, elevate our architecture further.
But always be aware where we come from and what makes a place a good place to live and stay around!
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I love that painting!
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Me too. More for arts lovers!

A caricature by architect, planner and theorist Léon Krier:

Real estate demand of the people - versus - contemporary architecture education


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