I strove to improve my skills in reading artworks and being articulate in discussing their meanings. I was drawn to the concept of how art interacted with architecture. Even though art and architecture are fundamentally based on visuals, architecture is always functional in some way, whereas art can be created simply for the sake of
To understand the difference between a category and a placement we should know that categories have fixed meanings that are accepted within the framework of a theory, whereas placements generate new perceptions, they have boundaries only to shape and constrain the meaning. Therefore, this leads us to the point that the placements when they are applied to problems in concrete circumstances they are sources of new ideas and possibilities. The inventiveness of designer is the ability to return placements and apply them into new situations, seeing possibilities through conceptual placements "open ended solutions rather than closed ended solutions" (Tim Brown, Designers think
Theory of phenomenological approach toward the Devine and Light Architecture and Design is an experience,unique responsibility of an architect. The theory of phenomenology acknowledges these responsibility by implementing sensory design in order to establish experiential, architectural space. Phenomenology demonstrated in architecture is the manipulation of space, material, and light and shadow to create a memorable encounter through an impact on the human senses. The theory of phenomelogy provides a completely different perspective towards architecture and what architecture is to society. promoting the integration of sensory perception as a function of a built form.
Personally, I feel that these monuments should be removed, but not destroyed because they are very expensive, because they are a foundation for brutality among individuals of the same society, and because of their offensive symbolism. One of the first concerns that should be called to everyone 's attention when proposing the construction of a monument is: How much will it cost? Let us look
For example, old clothes were not repaired nor sewn if they got damaged, but instead new pieces had to be purchased in order to sustain economic progression. Even though this bought feelings of distress to many people, especially the poor class; it kept the economy better off at all times. On a larger scale, Huxley found a fast solution to raise the level of economy and to keep his government well secured and everlasting, by using the fellow citizens more likely as machines that manufacture a perfect utopic society in which one unconsciously gives up the freedom of enjoying nature and education in order to achieve pleasure and perfectness. He smartly merged these two objectives to build up this efficient system. The cost of sustaining such a system is not at all indulgent.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Architecture is a game form and space with a touch of art. But modern management minimizes space a touch of art for the sake of efficiency, which ultimately falls on the issue of costs. So naturally, when people marveled at the old buildings. Utilization and imaginative play space, so the
Technology has assumed a grand role in mediating notions of utopia with what is existing. In relation to Singapore’s urban development, discuss the benefits of technology’s ‘continuous fields of presence’ in the context of an architectural production cautious about how the ‘altered patterns of resource availability and space use’ impact upon society and space. With its relentless influence on global functions, is the prevalence of Technology on Architecture a desirable cause? Since the establishment of civilisations, Technology, or craft has long played a paramount role in development, but the pervading nature of modern technology has called for an assessment of the degree of consideration offered in multiple disciplines. In particular,
During an interview for his documentary Poverty Inc, Michael Matheson Miller said, “They are not poor primarily because they lack stuff; they are poor because they are excluded by the institutions of justice. The legal system is simply unfair to poor people. Aid creates incentives for the government to not build institutions of justice and access to private property. The main point is that foreign aid politicizes development.”(Lynch,
In so doing, architecture meets or intersects with phenomenology, the study of structures of consciousness as experienced from the first person point of view. (Woodruff, 2003). Ironically, as Steven Holl suggests, phenomenology is a sensible way of creating beauty, excluding functionality and aesthetics that are usually part of architecture. It is achieved through the concretisation of an architectural design, through the unity of idea and phenomena as well as intellect and experience. In architecture, phenomenology involves manipulation of space, materials and light to create a memorable impact on human senses.
Culture could broadly be said to be that field of forces that influences and shapes the mind and attitudes of a society.- narendra dengle - culture and space - architecture plus design vol 10. no-6, nov-dec-1993, pp 41 Time moves and brings about change which is fundamental to all. Hence culture too, is not static but a dynamic force. Its renderings change with time. A part of it dies out, a part of it evolves and refines and new dimensions are constantly added to it. Culture and space have an intimate relationship.