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To be the abstract doesn't mean to be minimalist
Campo Baeza, Alberto
To be the abstract doesn't mean to be minimalist.
The singular position of Alberto Campo Baeza within contemporary architecture is consequential and consistente with the architect hirnself opting not to actively engage ¡n its systems of competitiveness and its strategies. 1 Through the ultimate projects of his now legendary houses, such as De Blas, Gaspar, Turregano or Guerrero, he creates an ideal world ruled by the laws of gravity and light. Behind Baezo's seemingly simple projects, there are dozens of models and thousands of drawings exhlbited in the most prestigious spaces-Palladio's Basílica, Mies's Crown Hall, orthe Museum of Modern Art ¡n New York. In order to clarify and strengthen his thoughts, Campos Baeza also reaches for writing. His book, The Buil Idea, is in its seventh edition.
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