“I am mischievous. The idea of taking risks and having real-world consequences energizes me.” Shepard Fairey.
In the realm of the academic environment and self-indoctrination, a philosophical and architectural form takes a definite,
viewable structure. I find myself affirming the idea that architecture should arise from creativity, and out of raw construction.
Meaning, the fundamental goal perceived by architecture is the artistic plea of truth to ambush the character
of a building based on its purpose and its milieu. But, one must constantly keep in mind the significance of the landscape,
the local and historical aspects of the region, and, obviously, the intricate details about the location
where the building is built. To achieve that, we ought to differentiate between our knowledge of other minds or
entities and our permissive idea of ‘we can know what another thinks or needs or wants, or even
if another thinks or needs or wants at all.’
Architecture is one whole of surrounding fragments.
I cannot trust both and wonder whether stitching all those architectural fragments together will,
in fact, result in a monstrous creation.