Broadly speaking there are two ways designers and critics tend to view buildings: (1) as objects that result from design and construction techniques, and (2) as objects that represent various practices and ideas. Although these accounts seem to explain fully the building’s origins and destination, technological and aesthetic styles of thought reduce architecture to our concepts and experiences of them. Other and essential aspects of buildings come into view if one supposes that the actuality of the building consists largely in its acts, its performances.
If we slacken the threads of intention that bind us to objects, what will appear?
- David Leatherbarrow - Architecture Oriented Otherwise
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