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    El Croquis 199 is a monograph dedicated to the work of Croatian architect Smiljan Radić, spanning the years 2013 to 2019. The issue showcases Radić’s unique approach to architecture, characterized by its poetic brutality, spatial narratives, and redefining of context.

    Poetic Brutality

    Radić is known for his use of concrete, which he often juxtaposes with delicate and poetic gestures. This juxtaposition creates a sense of tension and contrast, giving his buildings a raw and powerful presence. For example, the Gallery at Metelkova in Slovenia features brutal concrete walls that cradle light-filled courtyards and delicate glass structures.

    Spatial Narratives

    Radić’s buildings are often designed as spatial narratives, with spaces that connect and transform in unexpected ways. This creates a sense of mystery and intrigue, inviting visitors to explore and discover. For example, the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova in Slovenia features maze-like corridors, hidden courtyards, and unexpected openings that guide visitors through a journey of art and discovery.

    Redefining Context

    Radić is also known for his ability to breathe new life into existing structures and landscapes. He often incorporates contemporary elements into historic buildings, creating a dialogue between the past and the present. For example, the Plečnik’s House Footbridge in Slovenia transforms a historical bridge into a vibrant public space.

    Light as Sculptor

    Light plays a pivotal role in Radić’s work, sculpting spaces and revealing hidden details. He often uses light to create a sense of drama and atmosphere. For example, the House with a Pool in Croatia features light filtering through concrete planes and illuminating the water, creating a serene and almost ethereal atmosphere.

    In addition to showcasing Radić’s stunning architecture, El Croquis 199 also delves into his design process, inspirations, and theoretical underpinnings. The issue includes essays by Radić himself, as well as interviews with critics and scholars.

    El Croquis 199 is a must-read for anyone interested in contemporary architecture. The issue showcases the work of one of the most exciting and innovative architects working today.

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