Universidad de Buenos Aires
Facultad de Arquitectura Diseño y Urbanismo
Carrera de Arquitectura
Sistemas de Representación Geométrica
Profesor Santiago Miret
Asistentes Cynthia Solipaca y Patricio Troncoso
Estudiantes Achucarro, Ana Paula; Blasiyh, Victoria; Alaguibe, Candela; Giacovino Eliceche, Macarena Marcela; Ales, Federico Gastón; Negri, Benjamín; Barbagallo, Victoria; Lezcano, Lisia; Bozzuto, Franco; Paz, Octavio; Campaña Molina, Zoe; Spadari, Agostina; Chasarreta, Joaquín; Ventura Joelson, Mileva; Colitto, Celeste; Guatelli, María Pia; Cukier, Mora; Silberman, Sophia; Dobrusky, Karen; Romano Ortíz, Andrea; Fleitas Dure, Nicole; Alvarado Bravo, Arón Alonso; Fratta, Sofía; Pages, Julia; Freije, Agustina; Herrera, Flavia Anahí; Galasso, Lucila; Ronchini, Serena; Gómez, Emily; Herrera Carranza, Miguel Ángel; Lamas, Justina; Martín, Luna; Pérez Molet, Luis Alberto; Portillo, Sofía Milena; Quilumbaquin, Edison; Villalba, Agustina; Weinstelbaum, Carolina; Salazar Escobar, Néstor Leonel; Goyeneche, Constanza.
The idea of a project has been widely theorized by a large number of authors from various disciplines. The purpose of this course is not to explore all these ideas, but to work projectively with respect to some of them, in order to be able to personally experience how a selection of these theories is turned into a series of projectual exercises. At the same time, modalities of organizing a project will be explored regarding the theme, problems, hypotheses and objectives; while taking into account methodological alternatives for its construction.
Project practice aims to transform the world. The optimism that demands the possibility of imagining the projective construction of an object implies the transformation of what exists. This transformation is not only physical, that is, it is not only feasible for the project to modify its context and the way in which the objects around it are organized, but also, and more importantly, it proposes a cultural change with respect to the way in which the one who understands the world. The project is the designers' instrument to propose alternatives to the ways of thinking about history, contemporaneity and the future.
Perverse Interior proposes to take to the extreme the possibility of transforming the cultural context where the project is implemented. Perversion is a mechanism of thought by which it is possible to disturb the order or state of a thing in an alternative way to the established modes of action. It is a projective proposal that questions the current state of the way the world is appropriated. From this premise, the project of an alternative interiority to what is known is presented, where the function takes a backseat and what is truly relevant is how this new object in the world is capable of transforming it from the roots, proposing alternatives to thought by on the mode of functional appropriation.