Fullaondo, Diego 2015, Drawing information : what's a map?. In Domouso, Francisco, Rueda, Oscar and Pizzaro, M José (ed), Drawing bazaar, Escuela de Arquitectura Universidad Europea de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, pp.61-65.
Escuela de Arquitectura Universidad Europea de Madrid
Place of Publication
Mapping has in recent years become one of the most common architectural strategies to approach the knowledge of reality. Its real or apparent objectivity has led, in many cases, to consider this system as the only valid approximation to an object of study, discarding other more synthetic, intuitive and impervious procedures of systematic analysis for being partial and subjective. Leaving aside these erroneous exclusions, it is undeniable that the sophisticated contemporary development of maps has produced an enormous range of possibilities.
Field of Research
120101 Architectural Design
Socio Economic Objective
970112 Expanding Knowledge in Built Environment and Design
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