José Soteras Mauri y Lorenzo García-Barbón. 3 (espacios) a cubierto
Otros títulos : 
José Soteras Mauri and Lorenzo García-Barbón: three (spaces) under roof
Palabras clave : 
Barcelona
José Soteras
Lorenzo García-Barbón
Palacio de Deportes
X Congreso Eucarístico
Camp Nou
estructura
forma
Barcelona
José Soteras
Lorenzo García-Barbón
Palacio de Deportes
X Congreso Eucarístico
Camp Nou
structure
form
Fecha de publicación: 
2016
Editorial : 
Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra
ISSN: 
1138-5596
Cita: 
López-Alonso, I. (Ignacio). "José Soteras Mauri y Lorenzo García-Barbón. 3 (espacios) a cubierto". Ra. Revista de Arquitectura. 18, 2016, 61 - 70
Resumen
José Soteras y Lorenzo García-Barbón, coautores del Camp Nou junto a Francisco Mitjans, construyeron en la década de los cincuenta una serie de proyectos de uso público para actos religiosos y deportivos. Paradigmático del trabajo de Soteras fue el Altar Mayor del XXXV Congreso Eucarístico Internacional de Barcelona (1952), y ya en colaboración, el Palacio Municipal de Deportes de Barcelona (1954-1955) y el destruido Palacio de Deportes de Madrid (1955-1960). Es posible reseguir en estas obras una secuencia evolutiva, función de la relación entre forma y geometría de la estática; transformando la obligada austeridad económica del momento en virtud espacial.
José Soteras Mauri and Lorenzo García-Barbón played a privileged role in the hierarchy of the Barcelona architectural scene in the 50’s and 60’s. They both developed a prolific work, mostly omitted by the specialized post-francoist critics. Their public designs were mainly characterized by the expressive use of structural elements. Thus, this form generative system settles back the typological questions. It has been selected three public building works, all three were characterized by the relation in between statics, geometry and interior space. The first case of study, the XXXV Eucharistic Congress Major Altar was developed in Barcelona in 1952. This design starts a new structural experimentation process based on counterweights and tensor systems. The second case is the Barcelona Municipal Sports Arena ( 1954-1955). It was solved through a triple articulated arch system. This structural and spatial system was pragmatically developed to solve the tight construction schedule. Meanwhile, they were developing together with Francisco Mitjans the Camp Nou tribune canopy. Its structure was again characterized by a counterbalance and tensors static system. On his own, Soteras designed the San Pio x Church in the Congreso Eucarístico neighbourhood in Barcelona. This spin off work explores a nerved vault structure. Final case of study is Madrid Sports Arena ( 1955- 1960). It was built together again by Soteras and García-Barbón. This work combines all the previous structural systems, tensors, counterweights and arches. Thus, it could be detected a structural solution process of continuity and change. In an austere economic period, this defines an evolutionary sequence where form and statics geometry intertwine in a new spatial richness.

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