Labor de arquitectos y maestros de obras en los inicios del ensanche donostiarra
Martín Ramos, Ángel (2002) Labor de arquitectos y maestros de obras en los inicios del ensanche donostiarra. Inx: Revisión del Arte Neoclásico y Romántico = Arte Neoklasiko eta Erromantikoaren berrikuspena = Révision de l'Art Néoclassique et Romantique. Ondare. Cuadernos de Artes Plásticas y Monumentales (21). Eusko Ikaskuntza, Donostia-San Sebastián, pp. 345-360.
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The long-expected expansion of the town of San Sebastian, once the earthen ramparts were demolished, gave rise to, as from 1865, a considerable amount of private building. These constructions inaugurated a new framework but also offered an unprecedented chance for a great leap forward in the conception of middle-class urban architecture that had its own hallmark in this expansion. The first years of this new urban development were especially meaningful for such an evolution. Certain architects, like Escoriaza and Cortázar, had a leading role in the expansion, as did certain supervisors, like Urcola and Eceiza, that impelled a rapid redefinition of the parameters of the new buildings: houses for family intimacy in a town that was trying to characterise itself by its regular street design and image.
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