Grupos Investigadores

Líneas de Investigación

  • Arquitectura contemporánea 1950-75
  • Arquitectura española del siglo XX
  • Arquitectura latinoamericana del siglo XX
  • Fundamentos sociales de la arquitectura
  • Fundamentos sociales de la arquitectura. El pensamiento arquitectónico de la modernidad
  • Vivienda social S. XX
  • Ética y responsabilidad social de la arquitectura en la sociedad contemporánea

Palabras Clave

  • Arquitectura española S. XX
  • Arquitectura siglo XX
  • Movimiento moderno
  • Vivienda y sociedad
  • Ética de la arquitectura

Publicaciones Científicas desde 2018

  • Autores: Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar (Autor de correspondencia); Rodríguez Rodríguez, P.; García-Requejo, Z.
    Revista: ESTOA
    ISSN: 1390-7263 Vol.11 N° 21 2022 págs. 91 - 101
    Francisco Javier Saenz de Oiza was a pioneer in Spain in his time. His development as an architect and his teachings were marked by a trip that took him to the United States for almost a year. In 1948, shortly after obtaining his degree, he won the Conde de Cartagena scholarship, which allowed him to be trained in a country little known for most of his compatriots at that time. Thanks to the discovery of the letters that he sent monthly to the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts, it has been possible to reconstruct his trip step by step, the places he visited, the contacts he made, his research topics, and the encountered difficulties. In this way, it is possible to understand its mark, which allows us to obtain lessons to get the most out of the trips that architecture professionals continue to make around the world.
  • Autores: Salazar Ruiz, M.; Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar
    ISSN: 1133-6137 Vol.27 N° 44 2022 págs. 164 - 173
    Great Master of Modern Architecture such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier received not a university education in architecture but practical training through professional practice. In their teaching they always valued the experience they had enjoyed of direct and active contact with the material reality of the environment. A review of their formative experiences, and the way in which they integrated these into their subsequent educational proposals, offers us data for a reflection on pedagogical methodologies in schools of architecture. This is the aim of this article.
  • Autores: Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar (Autor de correspondencia); Cidoncha Pérez, Antonio José
    ISSN: 2341-3050 Vol.8 N° 2 2021 págs. 91 - 116
    During World War II, and even in the years that followed, thousands of American Marines lived in prefabricated semi-cylindrical metal huts that could be dismantled and reused: Quonset Huts. Their singular design and their multiple uses made Quonset Huts an American military design icon. The daring construction system made it possible to manufacture them in the United States and take them across the Atlantic, armed with a comprehensive instruction manual. The Seabees, American Marines posted to Spain to build the Naval Station Rota, set up a provisional camp in 1959 comprising fifty-three Quonset Huts. Assembling them in Spain provided housing for 500 soldiers and they were fitted with all types of facilities for their functions. This text aims to shed light on this unknown case of prefabricated dwellings in our country, contextualising the history of their design, construction and installation, and analysing the repercussion of this constructive experiment in the early days of prefabricated construction in Spain.
  • Autores: Tabera Roldán, Andrés; Tárrago Mingo, Jorge
    ISSN: 2340-9711 N° 16 2021 págs. 172 - 187
    In September 1963 a competition call for the Colegio Mayor Argentine Nuestra Seftora de Lujan was launched to accommodate Argentinian students in the Ciudad Universitaria de Madrid. The winning project was by the married couple Horacio Baliero and Carmen Cordova from Buenos Aires. Their proposal, as the rest of the entries, all from Argentina, was drawn from a few photographs and a site plan, but it was designed from its adaptation to the traces of the site. However, it was during a second stage, and the stay in the Iberian Peninsula, when Baliero and Cordova would end up rediscovering the site and its nature in its physical, social and cultural dimensions. Me article proposes to reflect on the site and its inhabited condition through the journey by Baliero and Cordova with the written legacy published decades later by Baliero entitled Arquitectura: la mirada desde el margen (Architecture: the Look from the Margin). The article will show the work by Baliero and Cordova as a crossroads of tangible and intangible, variable and invariable, and illusory and real perceptions, unlike a simple visual or drawn approach. Under this point of view, it will he shown how much of the architects intuition and craft was able to successfully supply a direct experience of the place and how much it was modified after a first idealized and intellectualized vision.
  • Autores: Tabera Roldán, Andrés
    ISSN: 1138-1590 N° 21 2020 págs. 194 - 213
    Mucho se ha escrito y publicado recientemente sobre Antonio Bonet Castellana y su pri­macía por la modulación de los sistemas constructivos a comienzos de la década de los cincuenta. Pero en ninguno de los casos se ha desvelado en profundidad, una constante que se repite con la obra del arquitecto catalán, el contexto cultural e intelectual que nutrió dicha búsqueda. Esto es, profundizar en las circunstancias que acontecieron en su primer viaje a Europa diez años después de su estancia en Latinoamérica, en Argentina y Uruguay; un reencuentro con quienes fueran sus maestros, especialmente J.L.Sert y Le Corbusier, en el CIAM VII celebrado en Bérgamo en julio de 1949. Una relación a la que no se le ha prestado suficiente atención hasta la fecha, y que aborda luz no sólo en la biografía particular de Bonet sino también contribuye en el constructo moderno argentino de mediados de s.XX.
  • Autores: Cidoncha Pérez, Antonio José (Autor de correspondencia); Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar
    ISSN: 1138-1590 N° 21 2020 págs. 2 - 15
    From its classical origin, the architectural development of mass arenas has not been part of the main stories in the architectural History. However, its consideration from the discipline's point of view obviously differs from its social permeability, as can be seen through the urban relevance of imperial Rome amphitheaters scattered throughout Europe or in the 20th century popularity these structures have reclaimed through the modern rebirth of the Olympics and the worldwide popularity of sports such as soccer. Leading a unique historical arch, the possibility of bringing together large masses of people in propaganda events, together with the ability to articulate the territory and generate urban facade, made the stadiums again buildings of great interest in the first half of the twentieth century, as had happened in imperial Rome. This text delves into the relationship that the totalitarian governments of Germany, Italy and Spain established with this kind of architecture. The convergence of political and social interests materialized in a series of stadiums promoted by the authorities that were clearly characterized in their formal resolution.
  • Autores: Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar (Autor de correspondencia); Cidoncha Pérez, Antonio José
    ISSN: 2340-177X N° 8 2020 págs. 15 - 28
    The trips that Spanish architects made to the USA in the 1950s were a major source of the exchange of knowledge and information between the Spanish and American architecture of that Tithe Among Them, we can highlight those done as a complement to the academic formation. Some of the Spanish architects who travelled to the USA entered post-graduate programs in some of the most prestigious schools of architecture. The aim of this article is to provide an overview of the context and circumstances of those trips and to learn more about a few Of them We try to understand whether the Modern Movement was introduced Spain through the academic formation, and same time, try to explain The beginning of the cultural exchange in this field between Spain and the USA.
  • Autores: Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar (Autor de correspondencia)
    ISSN: 2340-9711 N° 12 2019 págs. 106 - 111
    The Agreements of Madrid were signed in 1953. In them, Spain started to be an ally of the United States of America. In those years, the Spanish public opinion was anti-American because of different reasons. The American Information Services used their available tools to show the population a positive view of their country, in order to obtain the need support to the renovation of the Agreements in a close future. The emigration to America of some of the great Architectural masters and the development of the technology and the industry, placed the USA in a leading role in the architectural field. As they were conscious of it, they used architecture as a political tool, showing in Spain an image of the modern architecture and the American cities really attractive. The aim of this article is to study the role of the American Embassy in Madrid and the entities that directly depended on it in the spreading of the American Modern Architecture in Spain.
  • Autores: Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar (Autor de correspondencia)
    ISSN: 2171-956X N° 8 2018 págs. 104 - 117
    In the elaboration of the plans for the military bases, built by Americans and Spaniards in Spain in the 50s, the American military design manuals were used. That was one of the first times the Spanish architects drew plans from constructive catalogues. The architectural friars, the engineering companies and the construction companies adapted this way of working. considerably different from what they were used to do and they learnt the American way of representation. The American plans had a high level of precision, the used their own codes, complicated verification systems, their own symbols, lines and materials and they had the additional difficulty that every text should be both in English and Spanish. This Artículo offers some objective references about a change of methodology process, trying to contribute to the analysis of the relation between the existing architecture and the method it was represented. At the same time, we try to show the repercussions that the work of the Spanish architectural firms together with the Americans had in their change of methodology, especially in the graphic representation of the plans [GRAPHICS] .
  • Autores: Pozo Municio, José Manuel (Autor de correspondencia)
    ISSN: 2171-956X N° 8 2018 págs. 130 - 143
    Some years ago, was held in Pamplona the Congress 'Architecture: Change of Climate, in which some emerging architects mid others already recognized, boasted, with great success, the mastery of the virtual means of generating representations of architectural projects, with which they seduced the public; as it is frequent in the means of diffusion of the architecture in this moment; In this way, through fantastic images, they avoided the debate about the true challenges that architecture has today in the world, posing the discussion in the realm of the formal and the fantastic. Utopia, a traditional engine of history, even in the failed 'proletarian paradises', now seems to give way its presence to the illusory virtual reveries, which endanger the very essence of architecture. as a necessary response to the real-life social requirements. [GRAPHICS] .
  • Autores: Pozo Municio, José Manuel
    Libro: Arquitectura para la salud y el descanso (1914-1975): [Actas preliminares: Pamplona, 27/29 abril 2022, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Universidad de Navarra]
    ISSN: 978-84-92409-99-0 2022 págs. 9 - 15
  • Autores: Pozo Municio, José Manuel
    Libro: Arquitectura para la salud y el descanso (1914-1975): [Actas preliminares: Pamplona, 27/29 abril 2022, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Universidad de Navarra]
    ISSN: 978-84-92409-99-0 2022 págs. 73 - 90
  • Autores: Alonso Pedrero, Fernando Manuel; Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar
    Libro: Architectural Graphics, Volume 3. Graphics for Education and Thought
    ISSN: 978-3-031-04639-1 Vol.3 2022 págs. 157 - 166
    The point and the line are simple geometric elements with immense creative capacity. They are the foundations on which the most complex geometries rest and therefore require detailed understanding and attention to achieve full mastery of them. The point and the line are totally connected with the space and the spatial coordinates; the adaptation of the geometric space to the shape facilitates the calculation and the geometric development. They are the basis of geometry, which floods the art world in all its expressions. Painting, sculpture, fashion or music use geometry as a source of inspiration, as an expression of their own being. This article seeks to unify the various existing approaches to reach these basic elements of geometry. Different languages: mathematics, drawing and art and other artistic expressions can define the same geometric object. Our approach is from the point of view of mathematics and contemporary art. Only by knowing these parallel approaches will we be able to master it, understand it and be able to use it freely, at will. This is the path that we seek our first-year Architecture students to follow. They need to master the bases of the form, sometimes very propaedeutic, but without which it would be impossible to establish the later complexity. For this reason, we close this article with three examples of projects carried out by the students, which illustrate the skills acquired and the validity of the method used for integrating knowledge.
  • Autores: Pozo Municio, José Manuel
    Libro: Arquitectura y paisaje: transferencias históricas, retos contemporáneos
    ISSN: 978-84-19008-07-7 Vol.1 2022 págs. 55 - 68
  • Autores: Salazar Lozano, María del Pilar
    Libro: "Fenómenos - (in) - urbanos. Abordajes y contribuciones interdisciplinares hacia los encuentros estéticos en la ciudad expandida"
    ISSN: 978-84-17301-82-8 2021 págs. 101 - 131
  • Autores: Tabera Roldán, Andrés; Velasco Pérez, Álvaro; Alonso Pedrero, Fernando Manuel
    ISSN: 978-84-9880-969-5 2021 págs. 700 - 715
    El Museo de la Universidad de Navarra (MUN) es un centro dedicado a la difusión del arte contemporáneo a través de exposiciones, eventos, programas, investigación multidisciplinar y enseñanza. Además, como museo universitario, sus tres pilares fundamentales son la creación, la investigación y la diseminación del arte y la cultura contemporánea. Actualmente, el MUN tiene entre uno de sus retos el de dar a conocer su legado a los estudiantes universitarios. El proyecto aquí planteado nace del espíritu interdisciplinar compartido entre el MUN y el Grado en Diseño de la Escuela de Arquitectura -recientemente reconocido este último con el primer premio en la categoría ¿Interdisciplinary Education Models¿ en ¿New European Bauhaus Prizes¿. Se propone profundizar (y mejorar) la relación entre el MUN y los estudiantes del campus desvelando una experiencia docente híbrida a través de dos proyectos diferentes pero complementarios, realizados en el segundo semestre del curso 20-21 por estudiantes de 2º curso.
  • Autores: Pozo Municio, José Manuel
    Libro: Inheritable Resilience: Sharing Values of Global Modernities: 16th International Docomomo Conference Tokyo Japan 2020+1 Proceedings
    ISSN: 978-490470077-8 Vol.3 2021 págs. 884 - 885
  • Autores: Pozo Municio, José Manuel
    Libro: Inheritable Resilience: Sharing Values of Global Modernities: 16th International Docomomo Conference Tokyo Japan 2020+1 Proceedings
    ISSN: 978-490470076-1 Vol.2 2021 págs. 580 - 581
  • Autores: Labiano Novoa, Rubén; Bazal Corrales, Jesús
    Libro: Arquitectura religiosa del siglo XXI en España
    ISSN: 9788497497596 2019 págs. 108 - 115
  • Autores: Labiano Novoa, Rubén
    Título: DKW
    Libro: Un viaje arquitectónico a Portugal = Uma viagen arquitectonica a Portugal
    ISSN: 978-84-313-3369-1 2019 págs. 6 - 8
  • Autores: Labiano Novoa, Rubén
    Libro: Congreso Internacional sobre "La tecnología en la arquitectura moderna (1925-1975): mito y realidad"
    2018 págs. 299 - 306

Proyectos desde 2018

  • Título: Living Lab para el desarrollo de tecnología energética sostenible en edificación: Modelo Energético para Edificios en Uso (E3LAB)
    Código de expediente: 0011-4280-2022-000009
    Investigador principal: CARLOS JAVIER NAYA VILLAVERDE.
    Financiador: GOBIERNO DE NAVARRA
    Convocatoria: 2022 GN Ayudas para la realización de alianzas energéticas
    Fecha de inicio: 01-10-2022
    Fecha fin: 15-08-2023
    Importe concedido: 123.410,83€
    Otros fondos: Fondos FEDER
  • Título: Termoelectricidad aplicada a carpinterías activas de aluminio para el acondicionamiento térmico de espacios
    Código de expediente: 0011-1365-2021-000219
    Investigador principal: AMAIA ZUAZUA ROS.
    Financiador: GOBIERNO DE NAVARRA
    Convocatoria: 2021 GN I+D Transferencia del conocimiento (empresas)
    Fecha de inicio: 01-04-2021
    Fecha fin: 31-03-2023
    Importe concedido: 202.465,82€
    Otros fondos: Fondos FEDER
  • Título: Módulo de fachada industrializado, autónomo y activo para climatización: demostración final integrada. iACTIV 2.0
    Código de expediente: 0011-1365-2018-000211
    Investigador principal: CESAR MARTIN GOMEZ.
    Financiador: GOBIERNO DE NAVARRA
    Convocatoria: 2018 GN I+D
    Fecha de inicio: 01-03-2018
    Fecha fin: 31-12-2019
    Importe concedido: 132.127,43€
    Otros fondos: Fondos FEDER
  • Título: Frugalidad y abstracción en la arquitectura y el arte cristianos
    Convocatoria: 2020 Convocatoria PIUNA, 2019 Convocatoria PIUNA, 2018 Convocatoria PIUNA
    Fecha de inicio: 01-09-2018
    Fecha fin: 31-08-2021
    Importe concedido: 24.000,00€