19 April 2022 - 21 June 2022
TIMETABLE: 7pm. to 8.30 pm.
Gema Baños
Fermín Blanco
Enrolment rate:
30 €

Each new edition of the course Intrahistory of Architecture aims to provide us with a better insight into architecture and its spin-offs from a different perspective. The pandemic has undoubtedly changed our view of architecture, town planning, our environment, climate change and, in particular, humanity’s relationship with nature. With all of this in mind, the 2022 edition is marked more than any other by architecture’s relationship with nature. As ever, a transversal view, where we will review the work and thought processes of various leading figures in this context. Landscaping, management of natural resources, bioconstruction, garden design, the renaturalisation of urban spaces, biophilia and the links between art, design and nature are all included in this year’s sessions. As in previous editions, we welcome the participation of guests who specialise in each of these fields: experts who will help us gain a better insight into the greenest architecture. 


19 April. Land and landscape in the Anthropocene. Pioneering Architectures and Species

26 April. Land Art: Christo and Jeanne-Claude

3 May. Discussion with Cristina García Fontán

10 May. Garden Design in Contemporary Architecture

16 May. Round table. Permaculture: Hungry Cities and Other Possible Cities

24 May. Activism and Territory. César Manrique

31 May. Low Environmental Impact Construction. Bioconstruction  

7 June. Anthropology and Social Landscape. Ana Asensio

14 June. Environmental Regeneration. Environmental Policies and Spaces Undergoing Transformation

21 June. Resilient Landscapes. Miriam García



Given by:

Fermín Blanco

Target group:

The course is aimed at students, teachers and members of the general public interested in History of Architecture and History of Art.


The registration period will be open from 22 to 30 March 2022. Those interested can send an email to including the following personal details: full name, ID number, studies, field of work or interest, email address, and telephone contact number. Each applicant will receive a confirmation email and registration payment instructions.


Certification: The CGAC will issue a certificate to all those who attend at least 75 % of the sessions.