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The critical interval between modern and postmodern (1945-1968), the reality of architecture expanded into various design methodologies and considerations (manifestos) through the impact of new media and technologies and the economic, political and social rearrangements of the time. Architects sometimes produced themselves and sometimes appropriated these considerations from theorists and historians to frame their practice. The aim of the seminar is to record, investigate, analyze and correlate considerations and design processes as they developed in the
architectural field of this period, through the influence of new technological media.
Locating the joints between theoretical discourse and architectural practice seeks to understand the transitions from the material space to the potential, from the tactile to the visual, from the projection of meaning to its reception, with the contribution of the medium.