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Posts Tagged ‘foundation’

Architecture’s existential crisis pt 4: Timeless frameworks, and where do we go from here?

In part 1: Architecture is not a Profession, I outlined architecture’s distraction with competitive theories rather than acting as a professional discipline and serving society. In part 2: The Foundations of Architecture, I talked about what architecture is currently based upon, and how to unify these into a governing framework that encompasses all architectural ideologies […]

Architecture’s existential crisis pt 2: The foundations of architecture

In part 1, I outlined architecture’s distraction with competitive theories rather than acting as a professional discipline and serving society. In this part, I will talk a bit about the categories of architectural theories and styles, and how we can unify these. Why theories and styles are inappropriate Goals and foundation are equally important to […]

Book recommendation: Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov

Being of the current generation, I wasn’t around in the 1950s when Isaac Asimov created the Foundation Trilogy – namely three books: Foundation, Foundation and Empire, and Second Foundation. Isaac Asimov is one of those pioneers in the sci-fi genre and for good reason too as I learned later. Being a passive book reader, when […]