Articles de revista
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/3148
2018-02-24T12:08:17ZEsa escuela del Vallès
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/113757
Esa escuela del Vallès
Paricio Ansuategui, Ignacio; Pardal March, Cristina
A través de un minucioso proceso de investigación y diseño, cada proyecto de Harquitectes busca la coherencia entre imagen y funcionamiento energético.
Through a detailed process of research and design, each project by Harquitectes seeks to achieve coherence between image and energy performance.
2018-02-05T14:36:22ZParicio Ansuategui, IgnacioPardal March, CristinaA través de un minucioso proceso de investigación y diseño, cada proyecto de Harquitectes busca la coherencia entre imagen y funcionamiento energético.
Through a detailed process of research and design, each project by Harquitectes seeks to achieve coherence between image and energy performance.Bolig med mobile vaegge
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/82362
Bolig med mobile vaegge
Valor Montero, Jaume
2016-02-01T15:24:57ZValor Montero, JaumeUrbane infrastructures: how installations make a city in Barcelona
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/81766
Urbane infrastructures: how installations make a city in Barcelona
Munar Bauzá, Marga; González Raventos, Aquiles
During the last 30 years, the city of Barcelona has applied a particular method of designing large-scale infrastructure projects, regarding these interventions as positive opportunities rather than isolated artefacts that simply comply with specific technical requirements. Barcelona approaches these phenomena as architectures capable of making ‘a city’ by proposing simple yet sophisticated (and often elegant) solutions. This paper intends to explore the question: how can large infrastructures make a city? Using case studies from Barcelona it will ask: how can large infrastructures be integrated into the urban fabric thus avoiding a mere juxtaposition? This juxtaposition often creates a discontinuity in the urban fabric that results in poor accessibility, poor connectivity with the rest of the city and negative effects on land values, all of which are attributes of deprived urban areas. This paper aims to explain the thinking behind these projects, which could be described as the Barcelonés way of overcoming the issues posed by the integration of large infrastructures in the city by skilfully integrating often competing demands and pressures with the typical technical and pragmatic challenges that apply.
2016-01-20T18:23:49ZMunar Bauzá, MargaGonzález Raventos, AquilesDuring the last 30 years, the city of Barcelona has applied a particular method of designing large-scale infrastructure projects, regarding these interventions as positive opportunities rather than isolated artefacts that simply comply with specific technical requirements. Barcelona approaches these phenomena as architectures capable of making ‘a city’ by proposing simple yet sophisticated (and often elegant) solutions. This paper intends to explore the question: how can large infrastructures make a city? Using case studies from Barcelona it will ask: how can large infrastructures be integrated into the urban fabric thus avoiding a mere juxtaposition? This juxtaposition often creates a discontinuity in the urban fabric that results in poor accessibility, poor connectivity with the rest of the city and negative effects on land values, all of which are attributes of deprived urban areas. This paper aims to explain the thinking behind these projects, which could be described as the Barcelonés way of overcoming the issues posed by the integration of large infrastructures in the city by skilfully integrating often competing demands and pressures with the typical technical and pragmatic challenges that apply.La gran escala
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/21251
La gran escala
González Raventos, Aquiles
2014-01-15T18:24:52ZGonzález Raventos, AquilesCubiertas móviles
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/19940
Cubiertas móviles
Llorens Duran, Josep Ignasi de; Soldevila Barbosa, Alfonso
La construcción convencional suele plantear soluciones fijas para la mayor parte de los elementos básicos. Los requerimientos funcionales de algunos programas pueden adaptarse mejor a soluciones cambiantes. Para ello pueden optar por la solución de la cubierta móvil, que no se halla muy difundida y se describe en el presente artículo.
2013-07-12T09:42:35ZLlorens Duran, Josep Ignasi deSoldevila Barbosa, AlfonsoLa construcción convencional suele plantear soluciones fijas para la mayor parte de los elementos básicos. Los requerimientos funcionales de algunos programas pueden adaptarse mejor a soluciones cambiantes. Para ello pueden optar por la solución de la cubierta móvil, que no se halla muy difundida y se describe en el presente artículo.In front of the sea
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/10512
In front of the sea
Bru Bistuer, Eduard
2010-12-09T16:49:35ZBru Bistuer, EduardUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya: Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/10511
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya: Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona
Bru Bistuer, Eduard
2010-12-09T16:33:22ZBru Bistuer, EduardCanonical Homotopy Operators for @ in the Ball with Respect to the Bergman Metric
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/792
Canonical Homotopy Operators for @ in the Ball with Respect to the Bergman Metric
Andersson, Mats; Ortega Cerdà, Joaquim
We notice that some well-known homotopy operators due to Skoda et. al. for
the $\bar\partial$-complex in the ball actually give the boundary values
of the canonical homotopy operators with respect to certain weighted
Bergman metrics. We provide explicit formulas even for the interior values
of these operators. The construction is based on a technique of
representing a $\bar\partial$-equation as a $\bar\partial_b$-equation on the
boundary of the ball in a higher dimension. The kernel corresponding to
the operator that is canonical with respect to the Euclidean metric was
previously found by Harvey and Polking. Contrary to the Euclidean case,
any form which is smooth up to the boundary belongs to the domain of the
corresponding operator $\bar\partial^*$, with respect to the metrics we
consider. We also discuss the corresponding $\bar\square$-operator and its
canonical solution operator.
Moreover, our homotopy operators satisfy a certain commutation rule with
the Lie derivative with respect to the vector fields
$\partial/\partial\zeta_k$, which makes it possible to construct homotopy
formulas even for the $\partial\bar\partial$-operator.
2007-04-27T18:30:39ZAndersson, MatsOrtega Cerdà, JoaquimWe notice that some well-known homotopy operators due to Skoda et. al. for
the $\bar\partial$-complex in the ball actually give the boundary values
of the canonical homotopy operators with respect to certain weighted
Bergman metrics. We provide explicit formulas even for the interior values
of these operators. The construction is based on a technique of
representing a $\bar\partial$-equation as a $\bar\partial_b$-equation on the
boundary of the ball in a higher dimension. The kernel corresponding to
the operator that is canonical with respect to the Euclidean metric was
previously found by Harvey and Polking. Contrary to the Euclidean case,
any form which is smooth up to the boundary belongs to the domain of the
corresponding operator $\bar\partial^*$, with respect to the metrics we
consider. We also discuss the corresponding $\bar\square$-operator and its
canonical solution operator.
Moreover, our homotopy operators satisfy a certain commutation rule with
the Lie derivative with respect to the vector fields
$\partial/\partial\zeta_k$, which makes it possible to construct homotopy
formulas even for the $\partial\bar\partial$-operator.