Name Professor Date Course SANTIAGO CALATRAVA Introduction Santiago Calatrava was born on July 28 1951 in Spain Jodido 2016. Calatrava went to primary school and secondary school in Valencia. In the beginning of 1957 he studied drawing and painting at the School of Applied Art. When Spain became more open to the rest of Europe in 1964 as a result of the end of General Fransisco Franco regime he went to France as an exchange student. After completing secondary school in 1968 he went to study at the ‘Ecole des Beaux Arts" in Paris but he arrived in the midst of student uprisings and turmoil in Paris hence he returned home. Back in Valencia Calatrava discovered a book about the architecture of "Le Corbusier" which made him discover that he could be both an artist and an architect. He enrolled in the Higher School of Architecture at the Polytechnic an excess of innovation and insufficient testing. For instance the glass tiles on the floor of his bridge in Bilbao became slippery in the rain causing an increased number of claims for injuries and forcing the installation of a black anti-slip carpet on the decking which blocked the view of the river through the walkway. WORKS CITATION Brott Simone. "Calatrava in Athens. The architect as financier and the iconic city." The Journal of Public Space 2 no. 1 (2017). Brott Simone. "Reflections on damaged modernity: Lessons from the iconic architecture industry." (2017). Guimon Jose. "National policies to attract R&D-intensive FDI. The case of Spain and Ireland." Jodidio Philip. Calatrava. Taschen 2016. Kim Hye-Rin Seon Joo Kim and In-Kwon Lee. "Building Emotional Machines: Recognizing Image Emotions through Deep Neural Networks." arXiv preprint arXiv:1705.07543 (2017). Shiner Larry. The invention of art: A cultural history. University of Chicago Press 2001. FOOT NOTES https://scholar.googleusercontent.com/scholar.enw?q=info:jB-7Kr1BYHgJ:scholar.google.com/&output=citation&scisig=AAGBfm0AAAAAWf73mnXtHWlL0qKjyeK8Lx0OK7kIwd4V&scisf=3&ct=citation&cd=-1&hl=enhttps://scholar.googleusercontent.com/scholar.enw?q=info:BNAlxil2scYJ:scholar.google.com/&output=citation&scisig=AAGBfm0AAAAAWf73PaOdjnXXhA1t56qYHCo3ml46_xDu&scisf=3&ct=citation&cd=-1&hl=enhttps://scholar.googleusercontent.com/scholar.enw?q=info:tXGMsay8OMkJ:scholar.google.com/&output=citation&scisig=AAGBfm0AAAAAWf73DJH35uMOGnOZzfs5aEmWpqWDkO4r&scisf=3&ct=citation&cd=-1&hl=enhttps://scholar.googleusercontent.com/scholar.enw?q=info:8fuy7HTWkicJ:scholar.google.com/&output=citation&scisig=AAGBfm0AAAAAWf723OPOaatgKzm4pKDzEBTyPRDYFNd8&scisf=3&ct=citation&cd=-1&hl=enhttps://scholar.googleusercontent.com/scholar.enw?q=info:joYeu5SH48gJ:scholar.google.com/&output=citation&scisig=AAGBfm0AAAAAWf72mzOnLj-MtZND0JZWdU_YdxU8zmaN&scisf=3&ct=citation&cd=-1&hl=en [...]
Due 5th November 11:30 pm Write about a building by significant architect: Santiago Calatrava. I want to write about the City of Arts and Sciences Complex, in Valencia(1991-2004). I will be focusing more on the Science Museum within the complex. Show understanding of the theoretical underpinnings that inspire the Architect, what are his ideas and concepts, and how are these reflected in the architecture (The Science Museum). Critically asses the architects's aims and building and carefully justify findings. 3000 Words Footnotes in the Chicago referencing style, at the botom of page and Bibliography.