Ignacio García bets by the dialog between architecture and sculpture in the design of the golf courses.
The golf course designer and founder of IGGA International Office of Golf and Architecture, Ignacio García said yesterday in Marbella that, in order to improve the design of the golf courses, IGGA bets «by the dialog and understanding between architecture and sculpture» because «there is no green solution or landscape that does not pass through this». García considered that the bet by the dialog is fundamental to solve an aesthetic problem that begins to be eco.
Exploring the Art Site-Specific.
The border understood as a place of speech, real or conceptual, defines the limits of the scope of the architecture and sculpture and also the threshold of a potential intervention in the design of the golf courses.
The work of Ignacio García arouses the interest of big names of the sculpture.
The artistic approach of García has counted with artists such as allies to address site-specific projects. Many have shown their formal interest by the designs of García, such as the sculptor Jorge Palacios. Read More