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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
This article studies small housing following a very particular strategy. The doctoral thesis from which this article arises seeks to provide an answer to the following research question: How is it possible to explore the tensions and contradictions of domesticity? To do so, we propose to study the dwellings of those who have not had a family as...
conference paper 2023
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
This proposal reviews the 19th-century American feminist Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935) and her influence on Dutch housing during the early 20th century, particularly due to her book Women and Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution (1898). Gilman deplored mistress-servant relations...
conference paper 2023
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
In Amsterdam Nord, on the banks of the IJ, is located IJ-plein, the urban plan designed and built between 1980 and 1988, by a team led by Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. From this extensive urban plan, which was devoted entirely to social housing and included education and leisure programmes, this research draws...
conference paper 2023
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author), Cánovas Alcaraz, Andrés (author)
Rem Koolhaas/OMA carried out the study for De Koepel prison throughout a decade (1979–1988). However, only its initial stages (1979–1980) were disclosed and have been investigated. The hypothesis presented in this article suggests that Koolhaas implemented his —then— recent thesis present in Delirious New York (1978) on “life in the metropolis”...
journal article 2022
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
Pasados-presentes para un contexto afectivo: Catálogo de la exposición. Conjuntos empáticos. Serie: Inéditos. Madrid, España, Fundación Montemadrid 2021. ISBN: 978-84-09-30740-1
review 2022
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
La domesticidad ha sido definida como un término que hace referencia a la experiencia de la vida privada, a las dimensiones materiales del hogar, y a una ideología que organiza cuestiones complicadas y a menudo controvertidas sobre la privacidad, el trabajo, la identidad de género, la familia, la formación del sujeto, la clase socioeconómica, la...
conference paper 2022
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
This article focuses on the OMA’s IJ-plein master plan located on a former shipping wharf in Amsterdam North (1980-1988). Particularly in the domesticity of the different dwellings, which were designed by six other offices, including the one by Koolhaas, and were 100% for social housing. This project is considered one of the turning points of...
conference paper 2022
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
Doctoral research by the author published in the book PhD CULT, which includes the contributions of doctoral students and doctors who contributed around the Doctoral Meetings (formerly PhDfest), a training activity of the PD in Advanced Architectural Projects, to which add more general reflections on doctoral research.
book chapter 2021
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author), Cánovas Alcaraz, Andrés (author)
This article focuses on the project for the renovation of a Panopticon prison in Arnhem, the Netherlands (1979–1980), designed by Rem Koolhaas/OMA. The analysis of its reception shows that, despite being well known, it has been little studied and discussed, and although it was not built, it had an impact on prison architecture. It seems...
journal article 2020
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
This research explores the paradoxes of domesticity in the Begijnhof. These architectural ensembles can be analysed as a different medieval hybrid type, as cities in their own right as well as cities within cities. They emerged in the European medieval cities in the thirteenth century and were inhabited by the Beguines for almost eight centuries...
book chapter 2020
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