THE LUMINOUS EDGE
Holl, Jefferson and Palladian America
Nelson-Atkins Museum Addition
Tectónica 26, 2008, pages 26-43, cover
WE CAN DO ANYTHING
Philip Johnson Looks Ahead
db - Deutsche Bauzeitung, October 1993, page 176.
OVER A BOWL OF FRUIT
Interview with John Hejduk
El País, July 30, 1994, Babelia, Number 145, page 15.
Hejduk's vision of the ineffable.
THE MCGRAW-HILL BUILDING
New York, 1930, by Raymond Hood
Historical and critical overview of the prewar New York skyscraper.
db - Deutsche Bauzeitung, October 1993, pages 129 - 132.
"The skyscraper rising out of the lower buildings of the city, like a stationary turbine in the prevailing winds (on gusty days, the building's steel skeleton groans and suspended light fixtures sway on upper floors) and the ocean liner moving majestically through the great space of the crowded harbor are images of a monstrous, fascinating power which captured the popular imagination."
MANHATTAN AS MUSE
Europeans In New York
The generation of Koolhaas´Delirious New York comes back to build in Manhattan 20 years later.
Arquitectura Viva 76, January - February 2001
Pages 17 - 23 (Spanish), 110 - 111 (English), cover.
Gordon Matta-Clark and the New York Five.
The political dimensions of art and architecture in New York in the 1970's.
Darío Corbeira, editor, ¿Construir... o deconstruir? Textos sobre Gordon Matta-Clark, Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, 2000, pages 77 - 90.
Web text in English; original text in Spanish.
A counter-model to formal aestheticism in architecture.
DEATH OF A COLOSSUS
The World Trade Center
Arquitectura Viva 79 - 80, July - October 2001, pages 80 - 83.
NEW YORK LOST AND FOUND
Reflections on the city's development.
GQ (Madrid) , April - May 1997, pages 82 - 87.
THE DEATH OF DETROIT
db - Deutsche Bauzeitung, March 1996, pages 12 - 14.
A CRISIS OF LANGUAGE
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
James Inigo Freed.
db - Deutsche Bauzeitung, June 1993, pages 156 - 157. Also published in Arquitectura Viva 32, September-October 1993, pages 30 - 37, 103.
The end of the era of formalist abstraction in official architecture, succeeded by the postmodern idea of architecture as a poetic language.
ON THE DOUBLE RL RANCH
Architectural Dreams and Consumer Advertising
Arquitectura Viva 31, July - August 1993, page 104
How the media deform the landscape and how architecture responds.