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Canadian Centre for Architecture Support Grant presentation 2010

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  • 1. DESTRUCTION: THE IMPACT OF CATASTROPHIC EVENTS ON ARCHITECTURE: BETWEEN KEEPING THE MEMORY AND PROJECT OCCASION cercet. drd. arh. Maria BOSTENARU DAN
  • 2. RUINS OF THE MOMENT Constanze Baum
  • 3. The only ruins maintained today Carmo Convent
  • 4. Cathedral Santa Maria, engraving, Jan Kozak collection Ruins Lisbon 1755 imediately after COPYRIGHT
  • 5. The new Baixa neighbourhood built after 1755
  • 6. Earthquake resistant structure imposed after the 1755 earthquake through urban regulation, in renovation today Casa pombalina
  • 7. FIRE – THE MOMENT OF THE CATASTROPHE OR BEFORE AND AFTER? OR THE MOMUMENT?
  • 8. Architecture faculty of the Delft University, the Netherlands, 2008 Fire COPYRIGHT
  • 9. Manege Militaire, Quebec, 2008, before fire Fire COPYRIGHT
  • 10. Manege Militaire, Quebec, 2008, after fire Fire
  • 11. Mayor Banu Manta 2009 Fire COPYRIGHT
  • 12. Mayor Banu Manta 2009 Fire
  • 13. London, 1666 Reconstruction in the old pattern After the fire Christopher Wren built the Sf. Paul cathedral and the monument Urban fire COPYRIGHT
  • 14. Sf. Paul, London, Canaletto image, 1754 Urban fire COPYRIGHT
  • 15. RUINS DEMOLITION AND REBUILD
  • 16. 1900 Gedächtniskirche Berlin COPYRIGHT
  • 17. 1954 Gedächtniskirche Berlin COPYRIGHT
  • 18. 2007 Gedächtniskirche Berlin COPYRIGHT
  • 19. UAR headquaters
  • 20. Casa Paucescu, 2000 COPYRIGHT
  • 21. UAR headquaters
  • 22. Casa Paucescu, 2000 COPYRIGHT
  • 23. UAR headquaters
  • 24. Nicolae Ionescu Teatrul Naţional National Theatre Calea Victoriei COPYRIGHT
  • 25. Hotel Novotel
  • 26. CCA
  • 27. CCA garden
  • 28. demolition Henrietta Delavrancea-Gibory
  • 29. demolition Henrietta Delavrancea-Gibory
  • 30. demolition Henrietta Delavrancea-Gibory
  • 31. Henrietta Delavrancea-Gibory
  • 32. Henrietta Delavrancea-Gibory
  • 33. Club A block, in place of hanul Ion Românul
  • 34. Club A block, in place of hanul Ion Românul
  • 35. Club A block, in place of hanul Ion Românul COPYRIGHT
  • 36. Club A block, in place of hanul Ion Românul COPYRIGHT
  • 37. Reconstruction after the fire 1689 Gothic, then baroque Black Church Braşov
  • 38. REPHOTOGRAPHING BEFORE AND AFTER
  • 39. COPYRIGHT
  • 40. Bibliografy  Tickle your catastrophe!  http://www.catastrophe.ugent.be/  Ruin value  Catastrophy, artistic presentation
  • 41. Ruins as memory  Modernity, 18th century, Piranesi  The ruins of antiquity  18th century, Lisbon earthquake 1755  Ruins of the moment (Constanze Baum)  Created within a short time by the earthquake  Deleted in short time through reconstruction  The ruin in the urban landscape  San Francisco 1908: urban images (technique)
  • 42. Piranesi (1720-1778), Vedute (Forum Nerva) Ruins of antiquity COPYRIGHT
  • 43. CATASTROPHE/ DESTRUCTION PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE CCA
  • 44.  Archive photography  Documentary photography  Rephotographing  19th century
  • 45. 19th century photography of catastrophes  The scope of photography  Not documentation  Souvernir (made for sale)  Popular format: stereo  Photographing in series  Known photographers
  • 46.  Earthquake  Flood  Fire  Volcano (Pompei) – Giorgio Sommer  Paris Commune  Alfred Capel-Cure (ruins and vegetation): blasted oaks
  • 47. Paris Commune  The first man-made ruins which evoked the same poetics as those of Antiquity  fire
  • 48. Earthquake  San Francisco, USA  Norcia, Italy  Antigua
  • 49. Earthquake  Arnold Genthe  Robert Macpherson  Eadweard Muybridge  R.J. Waters & Co  James Stoddard  Willard Worden
  • 50. Flood  Norwich 1878, England  Latchford 1890, England  Waburton 1891  Johnstown 1889  Avignon, France  Montreal, Canada  Conemaugh, USA  Brisbane, Australia
  • 51. Flood  Edouard Baldus  G. Herbert Bayley  Alexander Henderson  Charles Rudd
  • 52. Fire  Boston 1860, USA  St. Claude, France  Paris (Commune), France  Philadelphia, USA  Louisiana, USA  Notre Dame de Montreal, Canada  Chicago, USA  Quebec, Canada  Illinois, USA  Portland (Maine), USA
  • 53. Fire  J. Andrieu  Edouard Baldus  George N. Barnard  James Wallace Black  Robert Burley  Alfred Capel-Cure  Franck  Frederick Gutekunst  Brian Merrett  A. Richebourg  C. Seaver Jr.  John P. Soule  William Notman & Son
  • 54. Volcano  Giorgio Sommer photographer also the volcano (not in the collection)
  • 55. Paris Commune  Gustave Le Gray  J. Andrieu  Bruno Braquehais  Albert Fernique  Franck  C. Jung  A. Richebourg  Charles Soulier
  • 56. 20TH CENTURY HERITAGE REAL OR DIGITAL CONSERVATION/ DOCUMENTATION INTERVENTION
  • 57. Romania Greece Italy Multifamily housing from the 1930
  • 58. Bucharest – Marcel Janco Como – Rationalism Ljubljana – Joze Plecnik Buildings on urban parcours
  • 59. Neapel – Mostra d Oltremare Athens – Army Pension Fund Building Retrofited interwar buildings
  • 60. THE USE OF DAMAGE PHOTOS 20TH CENTURY
  • 61.  August Sander  Köln 1945  Warning how politics can destroy the beauty of cities
  • 62. THE USE OF (EARTHQUAKE) DAMAGE PHOTOS TODAY
  • 63. Earthquake damage Romania 1977 Karl Steinbrugge collection photos COPYRIGHT
  • 64. Shear damage Earthquake in Romania 1977 Karl Steinbrugge collection photos
  • 65. Michael Markus SFB461 C7 Karlsruhe COPYRIGHT
  • 66.  Haiti desktop reconnaisance  Randolph Langenbach  extracts
  • 67. THE ARCHITECTURE OF MEMORY
  • 68. The covered/rediscovered space
  • 69. Presentation in the artistic project
  • 70. Covered with sand
  • 71. Scenography installation Sand
  • 72. Scenography installation Sand
  • 73. hear Rediscovered space
  • 74. see Rediscovered space
  • 75. see Rediscovered space
  • 76. see Rediscovered space
  • 77. taste Rediscovered space
  • 78. smell Rediscovered space
  • 79. Rediscovered space
  • 80. Rediscovered space
  • 81. Rediscovered space
  • 82. Rediscovered space
  • 83. Covered with vegetation
  • 84. Westfacade of the Eldena ruin Caspar David Friedrich COPYRIGHT
  • 85. Faial, Azore, church collapsed in the 1998 earthquake, photo 2008 Vegetation
  • 86. Project Paradise garden, going out of „Thorn rose“ (Grimm) Vegetation
  • 87. „Paradise garden“ project Doors through the key of primordial elements
  • 88. Connections  Mythology and elements  Landscape project, “the door” to enter the rediscovered space through the key of elements  The idea of entry door: shadow, projection, reflection  Project “Water museum” – dual character
  • 89. Landscape project using the elements key
  • 90. The labyrinth, initiation garden in Renaissance gardens (Schönbrunn, Viena, Austria) Vegetation
  • 91. Covered with water
  • 92. Diploma project „Water museum“ AQUA MEGA
  • 93. Stalker (Tarkovsky, 1979) Water COPYRIGHT
  • 94. Stalker (Tarkovsky, 1979) Water COPYRIGHT
  • 95. Covered with other buildings
  • 96. Quebec city Covering by new construction
  • 97. Quebec city Covering by new construction
  • 98. Quebec city Covering by new construction
  • 99. Lipscani, Bucharest Uncovering by new construction
  • 100. Keeping the memory in intervention projects
  • 101. Intervention projects  Building retrofit  Change of function, material, shape  Social change  Charter and Declaration of Amsterdam (1975)  Integrated conservation (interdisciplinary between architecture and urbanism)  Bibliografie http://www.icomos.org/docs/amsterdam.html
  • 102. Intervention projects  3 examples  Gibellina (film Jörg Burger, 2007, Austria)  San Giuliano di Puglia after the Molise earthquake, 2002  Literature Randolph Langenbach, Alberto Dusi: On the Cross of Sant'Andrea: The Response to the Tragedy of San Giuliano di Puglia Following the 2002 Molise, Italy, Earthquake, Earthquake Spectra Volume 20, Issue S1, 2004, p. S341-S358 http://www.conservationtech.com  C.A.S.E. L„Aquila  Project leader Gian Michele Calvi, Pavia, Italia
  • 103. Modern town, touristic museum, like Rouen, ville nouvelle, in which the citizens have not adapted Gibellina COPYRIGHT
  • 104. San Giuliano di Puglia COPYRIGHT
  • 105. Seismic concept C.A.S.E. L Aquila COPYRIGHT
  • 106. Urban layout l„Aquila COPYRIGHT
  • 107. l„Aquila one year after
  • 108. l„Aquila one year after
  • 109. l„Aquila one year after
  • 110. l„Aquila one year after
  • 111. l„Aquila one year after
  • 112. l„Aquila one year after
  • 113. C.A.S.E. l„Aquila
  • 114. C.A.S.E. l„Aquila
  • 115. C.A.S.E. l„Aquila
  • 116. C.A.S.E. l„Aquila
  • 117. C.A.S.E. l„Aquila
  • 118. C.A.S.E. l„Aquila
  • 119. Architecture and urbanism
  • 120. UIA and l„Aquila COPYRIGHT
  • 121. UIA and l„aquila
  • 122. UIA and l„Aquila
  • 123. IUAV and l„Aquila
  • 124. Literature  movimenti moderni: terremoti e architettura 1883-2004 Eventi sismici e occasioni di progetto, da Messina a San Giuliano di Puglia di Michele Bonino e Chiara Calderini PARAMETRO numero 251 Anno XXXIV Maggio/Giugno 2004  Interview Gian Michele Calvi  New antiseismic housing L„Aquila, 2009
  • 125. THANK YOU!