Monday, November 29, 2010

Think about Architecture as more than the skin

While we appreciate architecture work, there is always rather misleading when we were attracted by its aesthetic , and letting that very superficial value leading our judgement.

We often forgotten that architecture is not a piece of art for display but an art to be occupied. The importance of its very volumn and the immediate environment that one utilized should be given the priority.

Do you create for the sake of creating, is a modest Glenn Murcutt's work any inferior compared to an upside down barn house that would definitely attract more roll of eyeballs?

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