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Título: A osteologia na arquitectura de Gaudí : Casa Battló, Casa Milá, Parque Guell, Colonia Guëll e Sagrada Família
Autor: Silveira, Filipa, 1978-
Palavras-chave: Gaudí, Antoni, 1852-1926
Anatomia artística
Data de Defesa: 8-Mai-2014
Resumo: This dissertation looks at the presence of the human skeleton’s ostheology in five of Gaudí’s buildings: Casa Battló, Casa Milá, Parque Guëll, Colónia Guëll e Sagrada Família. We resorted to bone drawings that resembled structures from the mentioned five buildings. The architect’s enigmatic work methods were described. The conclusion was that Gaudí’s fundamental work concept and guidelines were based upon Nature and all its bearings. However, Gaudí had in mind that Man is the most perfect Nature’s creation, specially it’s skeleton, it’s frame. This idea is present across he’s work, from the ergonomic chair design to the bone models that were he’s inspiration to the buildings drawings, namelly the Sagrada Família’s mock, made specifically for this building’s sculpture groups. Gaudí addressed the human body’s inclusion in he’s work in various ways: from a ornamental perspective, a structural one, with a precise and objective attitude. From a ornamental point of view, we observed “bas-reliefs” in wooden doors (Casa Batlló interior). Regarding the work’s structural approach (the one Gaudí considered to be the most important), we describe it’s presence in the building’s columns ans pillars. This one is closely related to Nature’s beings such as trees. The precise and objective way of including human body in he’s work (observed in all the latest one), is obvious in the sculpture groups for which Gaudí made a thorough study
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/15665
Designação: Tese de mestrado, Anatomia artística, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2014
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