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Sorteo EG-MONU!

news.jpeg Para todos los que echaban de menos nuestros sorteos, la revista de urbanismo monu en su último número: REAL URBANISM. que ya incluye color!!

Monu nos ha enviado un número para sortear entre los lectores de EG.com. Solamente deja un comentario contestando:

Dinos cómo sigues edgargonzalez.com, fan en facebook, twitter, RSS o directamente en la web?

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Luxury Space By Jason Lee; The World According to Mr. Reds By Doreen Jakob; The Shelter CategoryBy Mammoth (Stephen Becker and Rob Holmes); How the City of Broad Shoulders Bought its Growth Spurt By Karl Johann Hakken; Residential Developers and Investors in Central Europe: Boom and BustBy Maximilian Mendel; Pyongyang in a New Era By Yim Dongwoo; Casino City State By Rustam Mehta and Thomas Moran; Solidere, Inc., or Downtown Beirut By Carol Moukheiber; Real High – The Desire for the Real in Urban Real Estate By McLain Clutter; Real Creativity: A Case for Ethical Freedom in Architecture By Randall Teal; Life without Architects – Interview with Magriet Smit By Bernd Upmeyer;The New York Value Exchange By Joyce Hwang; Real Big – Interview with Bjarke Ingels By Beatriz Ramo; Magic Realism – A New Skyline for Rome By Simone De Iacobis; Business Park De Hoef Revisited 1998-2008 By Arjan Harbers (Topotronic); Brand New Landlords By Daan Roggeveen and Michiel Hulshof; Living on the Edge By Bas Princen; Why should a Developer read Aristotle By Marta Relats; Unbuilt Rotterdam By ZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles]; Rotterdam is a Whore – Interview with Andre Kempe By Beatriz Ramo and Bernd Upmeyer; To Build or not to Build By MVRDV






Dinos cómo sigues edgargonzalez.com fan en facebook, twitter, RSS o directamente en la web?

101 replies
  1. Dani Rueda
    Dani Rueda says:

    Yo sigo a Edgar González desde RSS con “Feedly”, pues uso el Chrome, desde Twitter y desde Facebook.
    Aunque realmente desde donde más al día estoy de la web es desde Facebook, es fácil acceder y no pasa un día sin que lo vea puesto que tampoco pasa un día sin que entre en facebook.

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  2. Javi
    Javi says:

    veo absolutamente todos los días edgargonzalez.com, en ocasiones mas de una y mas de dos veces en el mismo día

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  3. Manu
    Manu says:

    Hola Edgar, te sigo en la web todos los dias una o varias veces, aunque este es mi primer comentario… :)

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  4. Lucía Borrallo
    Lucía Borrallo says:

    Hola Edgar González, te sigo desde facebook y desde tu web, te sigo todos los días…, una visión adelantada a esta época, aunque sea desde el centro del Mundo.

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  5. Julia
    Julia says:

    Inicialmente vía web, y ahora soy fan en Facebook y te sigo en twitter (demasiado tiempo sola pfceando)

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  6. nieves
    nieves says:

    son fan de edgar gonzalez y de MONU!! y desde ahora tambien de la chica de la portada!! es real??

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  7. DeFrU
    DeFrU says:

    Chrome desde la web y ahora facebook….pero prefiero dar al marcador de edgargonzalez.com a diario un par de veces desde hace la viiiiiiiida!

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  8. Annick Labeca
    Annick Labeca says:

    Well, well, well. I haven’t spoken and translated Spanish into my mothertongue since a while (French), but if I understood we can win a copy of the latest issue. Great. Good luck for the winner. And you’re blog is very interesting (it is a pleasure to read it and your blog makes me reread in Spanish. So thanks a lot).
    Salut

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  9. G R O U C H O
    G R O U C H O says:

    Jamás aceptaría pertenecer a un club que me admitiera como socio. Menos al de EG en la web.

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    adrian says:

    The temporal transition is only a journey, an accumulation of stocked images in the real and the imaginary thought.
    The transition between life and death, desire and satisfaction, and their yuxtaposition, releases our body.
    I MUST NOT ENTERTAIN YOU

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