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CATALOGUE 2016

Connecting local culture and architecture in a unique and surprising manner


Altrim Publishers Connecting local culture and architecture in a unique and surprising manner. Our Collections: Travel guides - India Architectural Travel Guides New - USA Architectural Travel Guides Forthcoming Architecture series - 10 X 10 Masters of Indian Architecture Series Forthcoming - Catalan Architects Monographs New


We incorporate a channel of expression and communication, with both an international and local focus, the journey being a motor of an architectural and cultural experience. We intend to spread architectural concepts and other art forms with a vision that ranges from the specific to the general. Connecting local culture and architecture in a unique and surprising manner. We want to share our catalogue with clients, friends, authors and professionals by providing them with a way to communicate their design and publications in a traditional and digital format. If you have a book idea or proposal that connects local culture and architecture, Altrim Publishers can help you publish it. Altrim Publishers is currently accepting from initial ideas to finished designs. Submit your proposal to publishers@altrim.cat


‘The trip is constant learning, it is discovery, it is culture. Since the trip can draw visions of the past and present, of life in other countries, in other towns and cities, in other areas; this is the reason why the journey is a constant analysis. You want that the conclusions are more exact to contrast them with other visits, with other experiences, and by doing this, generating this learning journey. Over the years I have discovered that India is one of the best places to do this.’ Miquel Alvarez Trincado


Indian Architectural Travel Guides


CHANDIGARH DELHI JAIPUR VARANASI

AHMEDABAD

GOA

INDIA


The Indian Architectural Travel Guides Collection introduces ancient, modern and contemporary heritage and architects of India. With these useful pocket guides, visitors will discover the cities and its architecture through practical itineraries, as well as suggestions for other places you can visit on the outskirts of the cities. Each itinerary offers practical information to enjoy the architecture and visitors will be introduced to the culture and lifestyle of the cities along with the “Facts for the visitor� chapter. All projects are presented with maps, photographs, plans, practical information about how to get around the city, and an architectonical explanation text. We’ve selected the best experts from every city, architects who have been working on these cities for a long time.


Indian Architectural Travel Guides

CHANDIGARH Chandigarh is a unique city, besides being one of the newest cities of the twentieth century that is characterized by the seal of Le Corbusier. Visiting the city you will also find the work of a large team of modernist indian architects.

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

CHD VIKRAMADITYA PRAKASH

CHANDIGARH


Chandigarh city map

8 km to Sector 17

12 km to Sector 17

The Union Territory of Chandigarh: State Capital of Punjab & Haryana Area: 114 km² (44 sq km) 55 Sectors Density (2011): 9,252 persons per sq km Population (2011)*: 1,054,686 (* from Draft Chandigarh Master Plan - 2031, Chandigarh Administration)

11 Itineraries / points of interest buildings & places to visit I Capitol Complex & Sukhna Lake

V Government Housing II

IX East to West

VI Panjab University

X Leisure Valley

III Museum Complex

VII PGIMER & University of Tecnology

XI North to South

IV Government Housing I

VIII V4 Geri Route

II City Center

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ITINERARY IV GOVERNMENT HOUSING I (SECTOR 22) Starting Point Hotel Aroma. Sector 22C 1. Health Centre Sector 22C Jane. B. Drew 2. Kiran Cinema Sector 22D E. Maxwell Fry 3. Shops Cum Flats 1 & 2 Sector 22D E. Maxwell Fry, Jane B. Drew 4. House Type 11-F Sector 22D E. Maxwell Fry 5. House Type 13-D Sector 22D Jane B. Drew 6. House Type 13-J Sector 22D Pierre Jeanneret 7. House Type 11-JB Sector 22D Pierre Jeanneret 8. Nursery School 2 Sector 22D Pierre Jeanneret 9. House Type 10-JB Sector 22D Pierre Jeanneret 10. House Type 9-F Sector 22A E. Maxwell Fry 11. House Type 12-JB Sector 22A Pierre Jeanneret 12. Secondary School Sector 22A Pierre Jeanneret 13. House Type 10-JD Sector 22A Pierre Jeanneret 14. House Type 13-D Sector 22A Jane B. Drew 15. House Type 10-F Sector 22A E. Maxwell Fry 16. House Type 9-FB Sector 22A E. Maxwell Fry 17. House Type 9-FC Sector 22A E. Maxwell Fry

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1. Health Centre Jane B. Drew - 1956

2. Kiran Cinema Maxwell Fry - 1956

Sector 22 C, V4 Street

Sector 22 C, V4 Street

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One of Drew’s first Chandigarh buildings, this is a curiously defined structure. Although is essentially organized around a central courtyard, the plan, for such a small building, is very significantly nuanced to adjust for programmatic particularities. Two additional small courts are introduced for daylighting, a tuberculosis wing generates a blocked off corner and a special protruding examination room, one set of Doctor’s offices have corridors

on both sides and one on only one side and the auditorium has its own semienclosed court. In a sense plan belongs more to the pre-modern sensibilities of spatial planning, than the modernist ones of underlying structural and aesthetic orders. The buildings street presence, an entrance porch in the form of a thin extended cantilevered canopy, complete with a waiting bench, is a sculpture of dignity and precision.

This is a well preserved building with an elegant street façade that seems to be derived as much from the famous artdeco facades of the Bombay early C20 cinemas as it does from modernism - an arched frame, a protruding billboard panel and a curved ticket booth connected to a thin cantilevered entrance porch. Internally too, the plan displays art-deco sensibilities – while the main auditorium is designed with great care

to create a sense of theatre to it, all the other rooms seem to be pushed into the residual area with a several odd-shaped residual spaces and strangely shaped rooms (a for instance the projection room on the second floor). The interior is however beautifully finished in polished white terrazzo and teakwood panels that are gracefully illuminated with concealed built in lighting fixtures.

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242 pages with 228 colour photographs, 22 maps and 131 plans 5 x 7.25” (126 x 184 mm) ISBN: 978-84-942342-0-0 PVP: 27€ / 35 $ / 22 £ 11 itineraries, 185 buildings and places to visit Architects index, Buildings index list Chandigarh’s bibliography Facts for the visitors chapter


Indian Architectural Travel Guides

NEW

AHMEDABAD

The architecture of Ahmedabad ranges from the ancient to the very modern, from the Mughals to the last works of the contemporary Indian architects, including Le Corbusier and L. Kahn buildings.

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

AMD RIYAZ TAYYIBJI

AHMEDABAD


Indian Architectural Travel Guides

2016

JAIPUR

Jaipur is a melting pot of Rajput, Mughal and several other cultures and is also the seat of a generous amount of vernacular tradition. The visitor will also find a contemporary architecture infusing new forms with the legacy of the past and the spirit of place.

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

JAI SANJEEV VIDYARTHI

JAIPUR


Indian Architectural Travel Guides

2016

GOA

Goa was colonised by the Portuguese till as late as 1961 and thus, this era characterises much of its contemporary patterns. The settlement fabric of Goa at the best spans out as a rurban network of villages with only a handful of urban centres.

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

GOI MAANASI HATTANGADI

OLD GOA


Indian Architectural Travel Guides

2017

VARANASI

Varanasi located on the west bank of the river Ganga, is the spiritual capital of India. The riverfront is packed with ghats and temples side by side. Behind, the old city is a maze of alleyways and streets, temples, mosques, ashrams and vegetarian shops.

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

VNS TERESA GARRETA

VARANASI


Indian Architectural Travel Guides

2017

DELHI

Delhi is a unique and interesting city, a mixture of eight cities, each built in a different era and culture, on a different site and each ruler leaving a personal layer of architectural identity.

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

DEL STUTI SAREEN

DELHI


Traveling the world through architecture is a way for us to understand life as we constantly question ourselves about the cultural diversity of society. From our house, our streets, our neighborhoods; these are what make up the city and we will explore this with the Indian Architectural Travel Guides Collection, to introduce the ancient, modern and contemporary heritage and architects of India.

The first titles are: Chandigarh - CHD Ahmedabad - AMD

Jaipur - JAI Old Goa - GOI

Varanasi - VNS Delhi - DEL

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

CHD AMD VIKRAMADITYA PRAKASH

RIYAZ TAYYIBJI

CHANDIGARH

AHMEDABAD

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

GOI MAANASI HATTANGADI

OLD GOA

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

JAI SANJEEV VIDYARTHI

JAIPUR

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

VNS TERESA GARRETA

VARANASI

Indian Architectural Travel Guides

DEL STUTI SAREEN

DELHI


As Daniel Libeskind once said, “architecture defines where we are”. Trav­eling the world thorugh architecture is a way of discovering cultural dif­ferences in the way we live and in the way society works. We learn about these diversities from the smallest house cells to broader structures such as neighborhoods or even entire cities. The Architecture Travel Guide Col­lection will walk you through different USA cities introducing the intense history this nations has experienced.


USA Architectural Travel Guides


CANADA SEATTLE WASHINGTON

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

PHOENIX

AUSTIN

MEXICO


BOSTON

CHICAGO


USA Architectural Travel Guides

Traveling the world through architecture is a way for us to understand life as we constantly question ourselves about the cultural diversity of society. From our house, our streets, our neighborhoods; these are what make up the city and we will explore this with the USA Architectural Travel guides Collection, to introduce the historical, modern and contemporary heritage and architects of United States of America. With these useful pocket guides, visitors will discover the cities and its architecture through practical itineraries, as well as suggestions for other places you can visit on the outskirts of the cities. Each itinerary offers practical information to enjoy the architecture and visitors will be introduced to the culture and lifestyle of the cities along with the “Facts for the visitor” chapter. All projects are presented with maps, photographs, plans, practical information about how to get around the city, and an architectonical explanation text. We’ve selected the best experts from every city, architects who have been working on these cities for a long time.

The first titles are: - Chicago - CHI - Seattle - SEA - Austin - AUS - Phoenix – PHX - Washington - WAS


USA Architectural Travel Guides

CHICAGO Rebuilt from scratch after the great fire of 1871, the city that had first been founded by Lake Michigan thanks to its strategically location. From it’s ashes, a modern city arose with the first skyscraper ever built.

USA Architectural Travel Guides

CHI CHICAGO

photo Bob Segal. Wikimedia Commons

WENDY BRIGHT


USA Architectural Travel Guides

SEATTLE Seattle combines corporate buildings with local life in an extraordinary way. Having adapted every era to the need of the time, is now the fastest growing city in the states, developing a northern European architectural style that respects human scale despite the actual development.

USA Architectural Travel Guides

SEA SEATTLE

photo Seth Sawyers. Wikimedia Commons

ALEX T. ANDERSON


The Architecture Travel Guide Col­lection will walk you through different USA cities introducing the intense history this nations has experienced. Paperback Collection 240 pages with colour photographs, maps and plans. 5 x 7.25” (126 x 184 mm) 25 € / 30 $ / 20 £ The first titles are: Chicago - CHI Phoenix - PHX

Seattle - SEA Washington - WAS

USA Architectural Travel Guides

CHI WENDY BRIGHT

CHICAGO

PHX PHOENIX

USA Architectural Travel Guides

USA Architectural Travel Guides

SEA ALEX T. ANDERSON

SEATTLE

AUS IBAI RIGBY

AUSTIN

USA Architectural Travel Guides

USA Architectural Travel Guides

USA Architectural Travel Guides

TERESA GARRETA

Austin - AUS Boston - BOS

WAS ARIADNA ALVAREZ

WASHINGTON

BOS TereSa GarreTa

BOSTON


10 X 10 MASTERS OF INDIAN ARCHITECTURE is a series of book developed by Altrim Publishers that will rediscover the fathers of Indian Contemporary Architecture with monographs of each architect. ALTRIM aims to spread the word internationally and locally of the legacy of Indian Architecture Masters, to give them the credit they deserve and to serve of inspiration to generations of architects to come, as well as to put together the history of Indian Architecture since its Independence Revolution.


10 X 10 Masters of Indian Architecture Series

ADITYA PRAKASH

ADITYA PRAKASH

Aditya Prakash, was an architect, painter, academic and published author. He belonged to the first generation of Indian Modernists closely associated with Chandigarh and the developmentalist practices of postcolonial India under Jawaharlal Nehru.

VIKRAMÄ€DITYA PRAKÄ€SH


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Paperback 80 pages With colour photographs and plans. 8.27 x 5.83” (210x 148 mm)

Chandigarh College of Architecture

Initially intended to be a simple variation of Le Corbusier’s School of Art, this building ultimately was subtly reinterpreted by Aditya Prakash to accommodate its smaller budget per square foot as compared to that of its model. Rather than eliminate the program, Prakash choose to economise by using the Modulor to scale the building down. In the process, he also revised the Modulor dimensions to fit the Indian brick size. While the basic section and the rhythm of the piers of the two buildings are the same, the plan and overall character of the College of Architecture feels quite different because of its rescaling. The final curve of the studio beams is also quite different. The entrance corridor, the big courtyard, the massive beams, and the detailing of the front brise-soleil façade are all worth paying close attention to. The library addition in the back by S.S. Bhatti is also quite remarkable. Dust am, sequis maionseque lab ilita asi reped maiorepudi omniendae volupta tempore porerior sum inus duciende rem voluptat. Riaestibea dustiae coribustrum latature non consenisque verferore que volores enesed earuptat quas dic to beate nobis deseratur, volum ini ut rectur, officid que vellacea expel iditaqui omnihil ium et oditionsero odionse ratibeaqui bea quatur? Idit faccus, tem. Sam qui ne praero officiatia cusanimaxim est que . 27

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In each of the books you will get to know in a better and more insightful way the 10 best works of architecture of each architects, these buildings or designs have revolutionized their country’s architecture or have even transcended internationally, becoming worldwide icons. Each design is covered in depth presented with graphic and photographic material as well as an analytical text the revises and updated to today’s context the works of architecture.


10 X 10 Masters of Indian Architecture Series

B. V. DOSHI

B. V. DOSHI

He worked with modernist and contemporary giants, Le Corbusier and Louis Kahn. Doshi retains that modernist edge but with a distinct Indian spirit. Sangath, his office, is a modernist yet earthy idyll, with soothing white vaults and free-standing pots set against lush green lawns.


10 X 10 Masters of Indian Architecture Series

CHARLES CORREA

CHARLES CORREA

At the frontier of contemporary Indian architecture, he is very adept at sensitively meeting needs and preserving history. In his projects we find Indian values, for connecting pathways and history, abide deeply in his work, even without apparent reference.


10 X 10 Masters of Indian Architecture Series

CHRISTOPHER CHARLES BENNINGER

CH. CH. BENNINGER

Is an American-Indian architect and planner. He innovated the concept of Site and Services, an approach to housing providing access to shelter. His best known works are a cluster of academic and educational campuses in the region between Mumbai and Pune.


The first titles are: Aditya Prakash | Anant Raje | Raj Rewal | B. V. Doshi | Charles Correa

ACHYUT KANVINDE HASMUKH C. PATEL

RAJ REWAL

CHARLES CORREA

LAURIE BAKER

ANANT RAJE

B. V. DOSHI

VIKRAMĀDITYA PRAKĀSH

J. ALLEN STEIN

ADITYA PRAKASH

Achyut Kanvinde | Joseph Allen Stein | Laurie Baker | Hasmukh C. Patel Christopher Charles Benninger


Altrim Publishers line of Architecture Monographs is dedicated to those ar足chitects who, other than create a universal style that can be placed around the globe, work to develop a personal style that respons to physical, social and climatological need and characteristics of a place. Impacting, signifi足cantly, the local architecture and design scene. Too often, these architects, do not receive the recongnition they deserve. But, not for too long.


Architecture Monographs


Architecture Monographs

NEW

Miquel Alvarez Trincado MAT

For the first time ever, a complete compilation of MAT’s works is published in one book. A great Catalan architect who left most of his legacy in Barcelona city. He was involved in the generation of the School of Barcelona architecture revolution despite that he, later in life, would decide to pursue his own aesthetic preferences aside of current trends. Passionate architect, his profession became his life without sacrificing what he loved: culture, engines and traveling.

Passió per l’arquitectura

MAT Pasión por la arquitectura


0.1. CAPÍTOL CAPÍTULO

60s

Miquel Alvarez Trincado al despatx del carrer Doctor Ferran (Barcelona).

Miquel Alvarez Trincado en el despacho de la calle Doctor Ferran (Barcelona).

0.2. CAPÍTOL CAPÍTULO

70s “El projecte comportava tres edificis que, tenint en compte l’accidentat solar (un terreny difícil i amb pendents acusats i irregulars), vaig disposar de forma aparentment desordenada entre si, però que si t’hi fixes estan en la posició òptima respecte a la topografia; les escales les vaig separar dels cossos principals, i funcionen com a elements fixadors entre ells, prolongant-se en passadissos exteriors fins als accessos. Són habitatges de protecció oficial pura i dura, amb totes les seves conseqüències: impossible utilitzar obra vista, les superfícies són les mínimes admeses per la normativa, cobertes d’uralita pintada, etc.”. (M. Alvarez Trincado, Converses, 2002)

“El proyecto comportaba tres edificios que, teniendo en cuenta el accidentado solar (un terreno difícil y con pendientes acusadas e irregulares), dispuse de forma aparentemente desordenada entre sí, pero que si uno se fija están en la posición óptima respecto a la topografía; hice separar las escaleras de los cuerpos principales, y funcionan como elementos fijadores entre ellos, prolongándose en pasadizos exteriores hasta los accesos. Son viviendas de protección oficial pura y dura, con todas sus consecuencias: imposible utilizar obra vista, las superficies son las mínimas admitidas por la normativa, cubiertas de uralita pintada, etc.”. (M. Alvarez Trincado, Conversaciones, 2002)

Miquel Alvarez Trincado al despatx del carrer Capità Arenas (Barcelona).

Miquel Alvarez Trincado en el despacho de la calle Capitán Arenas (Barcelona). 179

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01-02-03-04 Alçats nord, sud, est i oest.

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01-02-03-04 Alzados norte, sur, este y oeste.

05 Planta 1 a 3. 06 Planta 4 (planta baixa). 07 Planta 5 a 8.

05 Planta tipo 1 a 3. 06 Planta 4ª (planta baja). 07 Planta tipo 5 a 8.

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Miquel Alvarez Trincado al despatx del passeig Manuel Girona amb un client, M. Martínez Calderón; amb T. Garreta Mill i els seus fills, Miquelàngel i Ariadna (superior d’esquerra a dreta). Amb els directors de projectes d’Altrim, els arquitectes I. Riera, J.A. Boguñá i T. Garreta Mill (inferior esquerra).

Miquel Alvarez Trincado en el despacho del paseo Manuel Girona con un cliente, M. Martínez Calderón; con T. Garreta Mill y sus hijos, Miquelàngel y Ariadna (superior de izquierda a derecha). Con los directores de proyectos de Altrim, los arquitectos I. Riera, J.A. Boguñá y T. Garreta Mill (inferior izquierda). 181

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Hardcover 423 pages With colour photographs and plans. 227 x 275 mm Bilingual Spanish - Catalan ISBN: 978-84-942342-1-7 Price: 40€ 45$ 30£

“Vaig encarregar un estudi cromàtic al tàndem de pintors Arranz Bravo i Bartolozzi, que eren un equip molt actiu en aquells anys. Els vaig donar uns plànols amb els alçats en blanc i negre i ells me’ls van retornar amb la seva proposta”. (M. Alvarez Trincado, Converses, 2002)

“Encargué un estudio cromático al tándem de pintores Arranz-Bravo y Bartolozzi, que eran un equipo muy activo en aquellos años. Les di unos planos con los alzados en blanco y negro y ellos me los devolvieron con su propuesta”. (M. Alvarez Trincado, Conversaciones, 2002)

Ceremònia d’entrega de les claus dels habitatges als seus propietaris per part de les autoritats públiques.

Ceremonia de entrega de las lllaves de las viviendas a sus propietarios por parte de las autoridades públicas.

“Vaig construir uns quants edificis per a les cooperatives al barri de Sant Genís. Tenien varis paràmetres en comú: una topografia del terreny molt similar, tots els projectes estaven destinats a habitatges socials, amb escassos mitjans econòmics per a la seva realització, etc. Tot i aquests condicionants, a l’Estudi ens vam esforçar per treure de cadascun d’ells el màxim partit possible: solucions en planta amb distribucions molt estudiades per disminuir els costos, solucions constructives simples però dignes, etc. En els casos en què el solar ho permetia vam privilegiar plantes amb eixos de simetria molt clars i ordenacions molt repetitives; i al contrari, en el cas de solars més irregulars vam intentar jugar emfatitzant les inevitables reculades de les façanes”. (M. Alvarez Trincado, Converses, 2002)

“Construí unos cuantos edificios para las cooperativas en el barrio de Sant Genís. Tenían varios parámetros en común: una topografía del terreno muy similar, todos los proyectos estaban destinados a viviendas sociales, con escasos medios económicos para su realización, etc. A pesar de estos condicionantes, en el estudio nos esforzamos para sacar de cada uno de ellos el máximo partido posible: soluciones en planta con distribuciones muy estudiadas para disminuir los costes, soluciones constructivas simples pero dignas, etc. En los casos donde el solar lo permitía privilegiamos plantas con ejes de simetría muy claros y ordenaciones muy repetitivas; y al contrario, en el caso de solares más irregulares intentamos jugar enfatizando los inevitables retranqueos de las fachadas”. (M. Alvarez Trincado, Conversaciones, 2002)

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