"女性已置身於這屋內百萬年，她們之創造力溢滿了每一面牆，每一塊磚甚至磚縫中的每一寸灰漿。所以(在男人的世界)她們必須受到束縛，這些寫作、繪畫、經商與聚集參政的創造力與機會被深深束縛了。"—Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own
“Women have sat indoors all these millions of years, so that by this time the very walls are permeated by theircreative force, which has, indeed, so overcharged the capacity of bricks and mortar that it must needs harness itself to pens and brushes and business and politics.” --Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own
百年聚會｜Endless Party 第貳拾伍特別邀請Lara與Cristina兩位嘉賓，她們將同時作為女性、建築師和旅居中國的西方人這一特殊視角期特別邀請Lara與Cristina兩位嘉賓，她們將同時作為女性、建築師和旅居中國的西方人這一特殊視來分享中西文化中房屋佈局與女性地位在社會學意義上的相互影響與演變，並衷誠邀請各位本週五晚前來一起探討。
"Language as an evidence in society life, architecture as a consequence..."
This Friday, 百年聚會｜Endless Party's 25th event, we are going to have two guest speakers Lara Fernandez and Cristina Portoles, to talk about the social and anthropological approach to the relationship between Women and House.Both as Spanish women architects residing in China, they are going to share their perspectives on the fact that house is the reflection and evidence of women's social and moral status in West and China through out the history.We cordially invite you to join this discussion panel with us!
Friday/June 26/2015/8pm/Aotu Studio
Lara Fernandez Santander, Spain 1980 MArchII & Building Engineering
In 2006 I had the chance to endup my studies in Architecture and Urban Planning in The Monteerey Institute of Techonology(Mexico). After 2 years working in Spain between Architectural Design and Management , I decided to join a postagraduate professional program of advanced architecture design, Master in Collective Housing by ETSAM, Madrid. Since 2009, I've be living and working in Lodon, Rome and Beijing.
Cristina Portoles Zaragoza, Spain 1983 M.Arch
In 2008 I graduated from ETSAB (Barcelona) in architecture and urban planning. Early in my career I settled in Asia, following my interest in cultures, contrasts, and their impact on contemporary cities and territories. First in Seoul, South Korea, I explored the shaping of the Asian metropolis through the interaction of micro-architecture in a macro-scale. Later in Beijing, I have the opportunity to experience in first-hand the process of change in China, and its influence in its society.