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TINA MARINAKI

ATHENS, Greece
Tina Marinaki holds a Diploma in Architectural Engineering {2018} from University of Patras. In the past years, she has participated in various international architectural competitions with distinctions, workshops and exhibitions {#ThisIsACo-op La Biennale di Venezia 2016}. Since 2014, she has been working as an intern and junior architect. During her academic years she dealt with issues of architectural form, analysis and representation of the architectural work. She is currently workings

Architecture without Shadow


towards an interpretative approach of the image, of representation, and the drawing as stages of architectural creation and historiography

Architecture without Shadow


towards an interpretative approach of the image, of representation, and the drawing as stages of architectural creation and historiography
The architect does not construct buildings, but representations of buildings - Leon Battista Alberti [1886 ]
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The idea that an "architect does not construct buildings, but representations of buildings" reflects this crucial architectural discussion and tries to investigate the relationship between representation and architecture, wondering if the primary importance of the expression system is the original and built works of architecture or in their interpretations. In other words, the paper seeks and challenges the relationship between representation, "disegno" and the construction of the "image" with the actual built work.

The paper attempts to explore whether and to what extent the reproduction and representation of architectural projects affect the materialized architectural considerations and theory with reference to Renaissance theory and popular architectural projects of modernism during the second half of the 20th century (Barcelona Pavilion - reconstructed, Villa Savoye-abandoned, Pruitt Igoe-demolished, Fun Palace-non realized).

Architecture without Shadow


towards an interpretative approach of the image, of representation, and the drawing as stages of architectural creation and historiography

Architecture without Shadow


towards an interpretative approach of the image, of representation, and the drawing as stages of architectural creation and historiography
The architect does not construct buildings, but representations of buildings - Leon Battista Alberti [1886 ]
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The idea that an "architect does not construct buildings, but representations of buildings" reflects this crucial architectural discussion and tries to investigate the relationship between representation and architecture, wondering if the primary importance of the expression system is the original and built works of architecture or in their interpretations. In other words, the paper seeks and challenges the relationship between representation, "disegno" and the construction of the "image" with the actual built work.

The paper attempts to explore whether and to what extent the reproduction and representation of architectural projects affect the materialized architectural considerations and theory with reference to Renaissance theory and popular architectural projects of modernism during the second half of the 20th century (Barcelona Pavilion - reconstructed, Villa Savoye-abandoned, Pruitt Igoe-demolished, Fun Palace-non realized).


Idea by

TINA MARINAKI
ATHENS
Greece
Tina Marinaki holds a Diploma in Architectural Engineering {2018} from University of Patras. In the past years, she has participated in various international architectural competitions with distinctions, workshops and exhibitions {#ThisIsACo-op La Biennale di Venezia 2016}. Since 2014, she has been working as an intern and junior architect. During her academic years she dealt with issues of architectural form, analysis and representation of the architectural work. She is currently workings