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Tipo de material : bachelorThesis
Título : Propuesta interiorista para un centro cultural japonés en el valle de Cumbayá
Autor : Espín Bravo, María Micaela
Tutor : López López, Pablo Mauricio
Palabras clave : ARQUITECTURA INTERIOR;REMODELACIÓN ARQUITECTÓNICA;DISEÑO DE INTERIORES;CENTROS CULTURALES;PARROQUIA CUMBAYÁ-QUITO
Fecha de publicación : 2015
Editorial : Quito: Universidad de las Américas, 2015
Citación : Espín Bravo, M. M. (2015). Propuesta interiorista para un centro cultural japonés en el Valle de Cumbayá (Tesis de pregrado). Universidad de las Américas, Quito.
Resumen : El presente trabajo de titulación propone un centro cultural japonés en el valle de Cumbayá, la idea surge al evidenciar que en nuestro país no existe un lugar en el que se materialice la vinculación de la sociedad ecuatoriana con la riqueza y diversidad cultural de la milenaria sociedad japonesa...
Descripción : This paper proposes a Japanese cultural center in the valley of Cumbayá, the idea came from the fact that there is not a place to link Ecuadorian society with wealth and cultural diversity of the ancient Japanese society. The features and characteristics of Japanese culture attract Ecuadorians who are interested in learning about their techniques in gardening, painting, origami, martial arts and food. Ecuadorians would be able to find all these things in a comfortable and functional environment with Japanese style. The design of the cultural center is thought to enable users to move into an authentic Japanese environment through natural materials, where predominate wood and stone, in modern architectural spaces. The concept used is the kimono, which is reflected through forms and colors in furniture design and different envelopes. The chromatic of each space was studied according to the color psychology taking into account the colors of the concept. For there to be an interior-exterior relationship the same type of floor is used with different treatments in halls. In the exteriors of the project different types of Japanese gardens were designed and their location was decided according to the meaning of each one. These environments are colorful for people to admire. The interior proposal pretends to materialize important aspects of Japanese cultural diversity and richness; in order to make a bond, approach and learning of the essential through a comfortable and functional environment.
URI : http://dspace.udla.edu.ec/handle/33000/4338
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