El orden de la casa. Tres meditaciones sobre su estructura
Uncilla Cortaberria, Lander
ORDER, in the field of architecture, is associated with the notion of classical order; with a regular and planned arrangement of matter based on a series of rules. A notion of order which is insufficient by it self to explain the complexity inherent in the human notion of house. To write about THE ORDER OF THEHOUSE requires thinking about this concept in a broader way Opening it up to other factors that come together in the inhabiting of a building in a place. ORDER is therefore approached here as the characterisation of a system that integrates many other systems in relation to each other because of their coincidence in space and time. Some of these constitutive systems are here observed and described. As contributors to architectural ORDER, they shape its internal STRUCTURE.To explore this field, this thesis, first examines concepts around the necessary CONSTRUCTIVE ORDER, and then describes in more detail other factors that complement it, grouped in two large chapters, entitled ENVIRONMENTAL ORDER and INTERNAL ORDER. The first of these describes the contributions to THE ORDER, which are produced from the elaboration of a specific relationship between the built object and its environment. The second describes those contributions to THE ORDER,which are produced from the human condition it self. That is to say, how ideas, desires and emotions condition architecture.