“architecture has to build at the end of the process.”
ever since the human begun to live in the first permanent settlement, whether we take part in the process or not, the artificial environments are constantly being built and demolished. also, we are being exposed to these environments there we live in, but we do not want to give up the comforts they provide. In this case, does the idea of architecture without building take the easy way out from the reality?
“architecture is too comprehensive to be reduced to building construction.”
architecture is multitudinous. if building is initially perceived as building tangible objects, we lose its possibilities to interpret the life. because being an architect is quite different from being a master craftman in today’s world view. this situation allows the architect to provide different buildable possibilities.