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Plataforma Arquitectura en el GSD de Harvard / BORDERLESS: Design and Digital Platforms

Plataforma Arquitectura en el GSD de Harvard / BORDERLESS: Design and Digital Platforms

March 8, 201112:00 to 14:00

Internet ha tenido un profundo impacto sobre como se ejerce y como se enseña la arquitectura. El “donde” ya no es importante, y el “quienes” se ha ampliado de un reducido círculo a amplias redes. Algunas instituciones lo han asumido, otras se resisten.

En este contexto la  Graduate School of Design de Harvard ha organizado una serie de charlas para abordar los efectos de esto en América Latina, evento en el cual participará Plataforma Arquitectura el próximo Martes 8 de Marzo a las 12:30 horas.

América Latina ha mostrado ser un contexto donde los límites entre las disciplinas, naciones y lenguajes parecen haber sido sobrepasados por las nuevas prácticas de arquitectura y diseño y los medios de comunicación.

El rol del editor, el indicator de una sociedad cada vez más multidimensional, la democratización de los medios, el uso de los medios para crear prácticas de diseño y colaboración. Cuán relevante es el espacio curatorial para el diseño en América Latina, especialmente en un contexto donde el acceso y la exposición a una red global ha sido limitado?

Borderless es una serie de eventos para revisar los medios emergentes y establecidos que América Latina está usando, reusando e introduciendo para crear y hablar sobre el diseño: digital, análogo, performance.

Más información después del salto:

Marzo 8 a las 12:30, Portico 121, Gund Hall, 48 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA.

Latin America has shown to be also a context where borders between disciplines, nations and language seem to have been over passed by the new architectural and design practices and modes of communication.

The role of the editor, the index of a more and more multidimensional society, the democratization of media, the use of media to create design and collaborative practices. How relevant is the curatorial space for design in Latin America, especially within a context where access and exposure to a global network has so far been limited?

Borderless is a 3-series event to address the emerging and more established means of communication that Latin America is using, reusing and introducing to create, curate and talk about design: digital, analog, performance.

Guest Speakers

DAVID ASSAEL / DAVID BASULTO PLATAFORMA  ARQUITECTURA /ARCH DAILY

David Assael is an architect,  and holds a Master degree  in Urban Planning at Catholic University of Chile.  He is Professor at the School of Architecture of that same university.  He has oriented his studies, work and teaching to activities related to the design of urban projects, as well as the study and spreading of urban and territorial projects and problems.

Founding partner and general manager of Plataforma Networks, company whose main objective is to influence the improvement of the quality of life inside the cities, as well as the quality of national and international architecture through the spreading, discussion and generation of urban and architectural projects by integrating 2.0 web tools.

David Basulto is an architect graduated from PUC (Chile) in 2007. He is co-founder of Plataforma Networks, and permanent editor of Plataforma Urbana and Plataforma de Arquitectura. He has participated in many private projects and those related to methodologies for education.

Currently, he works on potentiating the web as a means of discussion and information in both in Plataforma Urbana and Plataforma Arquitectura.

Among the main projects of Plataforma Networks are PlataformaUrbana.cl, PlataformaArquitectura.cl and Archdaily.com. The latter is the most visited architecture website of the world.

AZAMAT ABDYMOMUNOV / RAFAEL MARANON-ABREU MIT SOCIAL MEDIA CLUB

Azamat Abdymomunov has over 12 years of experience in public policy, strategy, negotiation, education and political mobilization. Extensive experience in human capital development, strategic organizational design and complex policy issues. http://www.linkedin.com/in/abdimom Blog: KnowledgeMap

Rafael Marañon-Abreu has 9 years of experience in web design. Rafael, research at MIT includes system thinking and the management of seasonal labor migration flows. Early in his career, he served at the United Nations Headquarters in the Financing for Development Office, and also at the Spanish Consulate in Moscow. In addition to pursuing an S.M. in Engineering-and-Management from MIT’s System Design and Management Program, Rafael was also working as a teaching assistant for the system dynamics group at MIT Sloan School of Management.

For more information visit: http://www.plataformaarquitectura.cl/ or: http://socialmedia.mit.edu/

Co-sponsored by

GSDLatino http://gsdlatino.wordpress.com/

and

Arts @ The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University

Cita: David Basulto. "Plataforma Arquitectura en el GSD de Harvard / BORDERLESS: Design and Digital Platforms" 03 mar 2011. ArchDaily Perú. Accedido el . <http://www.archdaily.pe/pe/02-77769/plataforma-arquitectura-en-el-gsd-de-harvard-borderless-design-and-digital-platforms>