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dc.contributor.authorSantamarin a-Macho, Carlosspa
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dc.description.abstractEn Estados Unidos tuvo lugar, tras el fin de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, un debate en torno al modo de abordar la cuestión de la vivienda, tanto desde la necesidad de satisfacer, cuantitativamente, una creciente demanda, como en relación a los requerimientos de una nueva domesticidad asociada al American Way of Life. La tecnología industrial, particularmente la prefabricación, fue vista como un instrumento arquitectónico, político y económico, a través del cual hacer asequible el sueño americano, pero sus soluciones estandarizadas pronto se mostraron insuficientes para una sociedad dinámica, que tuvo que buscar soluciones alternativas a sus necesidades cotidianas. La confrontación que en este contexto tuvo lugar entre los modelos domésticos normalizados, las tract houses dominantes en los suburbios planificados, y algunas expresiones habitacionales informales como las asociadas a la vivienda móvil, ofrece un marco para la reflexión en torno a algunos de los retos de la futura arquitectura doméstica.spa
dc.date.accessioned2019-02-27T20:51:25Zspa
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dc.date.issued2017-01spa
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dc.identifier.citationSantamarina-Macho, C. (2017). De la utopía a la distopía doméstica. La creación de la vivienda modelo norteamericana. Revista de Arquitectura, 19(1), 24-32. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14718/ RevArq.2017.19.1.1242spa
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dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/10983/22839spa
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dc.relation.ispartofRevista de arquitectura, Vol. 19, no. 1 (ene. – jun. 2017); p. 24 – 32.spa
dc.typeArtículo de revistaspa
dc.titleDe la utopía a la distopía doméstica La creación de la vivienda modelo norteamericanaspa
dc.title.alternativeFrom utopia to domestic dystopia. The creation of the American housing modelspa
dc.title.alternativeDa utopia à distopia doméstica. A criação da moradia modelo norte-americanaspa
dc.description.abstractenglishIn the United States, after the end of World War II, there was a debate on how to tackle the housing issue based on the need to quantitatively satisfy a growing demand and the requirements of a new domesticity associated with the American Way of Life. Industrial technology, particularly prefabrication, was seen as an architectural, political, and economic instrument, through which to make the American dream affordable, but its standardized solutions soon proved insufficient for a dynamic society, which had to seek alternative solutions to its needs. The confrontation between standardized domestic models—the dominant tract houses in planned suburbs and some informal expressions of housing such as those associated with mobile housing—offers a framework to reflect on some of the challenges of domestic architecture in the future.spa
dc.description.abstractportuguesNos Estados Unidos, aconteceu, após o fim da Segunda Guerra Mundial, um debate sobre o modo de abordar a questão da moradia, tanto a partir da necessidade de satisfazer, quantitativamente, uma crescente procura quanto em relação aos requisitos de uma nova domesticidade associada ao American Way of Life. A tecnologia industrial, particularmente a pré-fabricação, foi vista como um instrumento arquitetônico, político e econômico pelo qual se tornava acessível o sonho americano, mas suas soluções padronizadas logo se mostraram insuficientes para uma sociedade dinâmica, que teve que buscar soluções alternativas para suas necessidades cotidianas. A confrontação que nesse contexto ocorreu entre os modelos domésticos normalizados, as tract houses dominantes nos subúrbios planejados, e algumas expressões habitacionais informais, como as associadas à moradia móvel, oferece um referencial para a reflexão acerca de alguns dos desafios da futura arquitetura doméstica.spa
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dc.subject.proposalVIVIENDAspa
dc.subject.proposalPLANIFICACIÓN URBANAspa
dc.subject.proposalESTADOS UNIDOSspa
dc.subject.proposalPREFABRICACIÓN (CONSTRUCCIÓNspa
dc.subject.proposalHOUSINGspa
dc.subject.proposalURBAN PLANNINGspa
dc.subject.proposalUNITED STATESspa
dc.subject.proposalPREFABRICATION (CONSTRUCTION)spa
dc.subject.proposalVERNACULAR ARCHITECTUREspa
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