The colonization policy, exemplified by the so-called Badajoz Plan, represented a determined attempt to occupy land in the most isolated, rural parts of the Spanish heartland. The result is an unmistakeable new spatial structure in which architecture is transformed into an abstraction of the landscape itself. This book examines rural points of reference for interpreting the contemporary Spanish landscape from a new perspective. Ê
Pages: 152 pp
Publisher: Fundacion Arquitectura Contemporanea.
Publication Place: Barcelona,
Book Id: 80622
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