La recuperación del cómic: Neutelings & Riedijk, Sanaa and Lebbeus Wood
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The revival of drawn stories, which today we know as comics, provides architectural representation with great expressive potential, one which supports the transmission of ideas and concepts in an easy and attractive way. Architects started to use the language of comics as a form of communication, as seen in Archigram's revolutionary manifestos, in Superstudio's storyboards, in the comic books of Koolhaas and Big group, in the striking panels of Neutelings & Riedijk and Sanaa, and in the invention of Lebbeus Woods's imaginary cities. The comic is represented as a panel, or as a diagram, or follows the style of contemporary comics. The different graphic techniques used, are an example of its contribution to contemporary architectural language as a tool for the research and the expression of the essence of the project.
CitationEscoda, C.M. La recuperación del cómic: Neutelings & Riedijk, Sanaa and Lebbeus Wood. "EGA. Revista de expresión gráfica arquitectónica", 2016, núm. 28, p. 268-276.