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ARQ (Santiago)

versión On-line ISSN 0717-6996

ARQ (Santiago)  n.50 Santiago mar. 2002

http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-69962002005000020 

Transcripción y registro:
Antonio Lipthay - Justine Graham
Traducción al español: Bernardo Valdés

Dos conversaciones

Richard Sennett
Charles Correa

Richard Sennett's interview
Antonio Lipthay

In this interview, Richard Sennett speaks about the space relationships of democracy. The public sphere, embodied as a space of visual communication among people, and its natural environment the city, are characterised by incompleteness; thereby the design policies which operate on these ought not to obliterate this condition.

Charles Correa's interview

From his sharp vision Charles Correa comments on the practice of architecture and urban design in the context of a complex society such as India. During the conversation, there appear topics that make crossings on characteristic political and economic issues of third world cities, a world that clearly reflects our global culture fissures.

Antonio Lipthay
Antonio Lipthay, Arquitecto P.U.C., 1998. MSc City Design and Social Science en The London School of Economics and Political Science. Trabaja como arquitecto residente para Londres en la oficina MBM Arquitectes (Martorell/Bohigas/Mackay), y como consultor de diseño para la ciudad de Verona como parte del LSE City Design Enterprise Team.

Justine Graham
Licenciada en Cultura y Política en la Universidad de Georgetown, Washington D.C., 1999. Master en Urban Studies en The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2001. Actualmente trabaja como urbanista y fotógrafa en The Architecture Foundation, Londres.

NOTES

1 architect and city planner Daniel H. Burnham was born in Henderson, Nueva York, on september 4, 1846. As a young man of 27, Burnham joined architect John Welborn Root to establish one of the most famous architectural firms in u.s. history. Pioneering the construction methods which made modern skyscrapers possibleBurnham and Root changed forever our city skylines.

2 Students: Martin Harradine, Geographer UCL, MSc LSE City Design and Social Science; Alessandra Molinari, Architect Politecnico di Milano, MSc LSE City Design and Social Sciences, Elana Rosenberg, Economist, Canada, MSc LSE City Design and Social Sciences; Maren Harnack, Architect Stutgardt, MSc LSE City Design and Social Sciences; Valentina Ciborra, Engineer, Politecnico di Milano MSc LSE City Design and Social Science;Felipe Errázuriz, Architect PUC, MSc LSE City Design and Social Science; Antonio Lipthay, Architect PUC, MSc LSE City Design and Social Science Victoria Scanlogne, Geographer, King’s College, MSc LSE City Design and Social Sciences; Hei Wen Chen, Urban Planner Taipei, MSc LSE City Design and Social Science;Ajay Chanajil, Urban Planing Pensilvania, MSc Cities Space and Society; Justine Graham, International Relations Georgetown, MSc Cities Space and Society; Antonio Lipthay, Architect PUC, MSc LSE City Design and Social Science.

Professor: Charles Correa, Architect MIT; Max Steuer, Economist LSE Director PhD Department Cities Programme; Roger Zogolovich, Architect AA RIBA Tutor Cities Programme; Kathryn Firfh, Architect Harvard Co-Director Cities Programme; Ricky Burdett, Architect Director Cities Programme.

 

 

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