Domination of the visual and the impact of architecture on the senses is a driving concern on Boullee. Character becomes a blanket over layed of simple ideas geomiticly driven...
Hence , the application of theory by practice is crucial and critical process . This process is therefore implemented by Interpretation in architecture. 3.d) INTERPRETATION IN ARCHITECTURE: ‘‘Interpretation is the revenge of the intellect upon art’’66 Interpretation is the implementation of the acquired knowledge and skills .The local institutes though teaches architecture effectively but the criterion to evaluate the efficient usage of the education is by the materialistic outcome of the thought process .Its the encounter of creativity and imagination with the reality. This is the product of the design pedagogy followed and the environmental illusions generated by the spatial design. ‘As architecture is a interpretive , critical art’ , which transforms in the designers mind and after several refinements yield in a design solutions.
Impact of Product Design Consumers wants, industry demands; all organizations are faced with the having to create the best new product or service to stay competitive. In the quest for the perfect products, there are a lot of issues and risks that an organization must consider. One of those is how the product or service will impact the operations and supply chain. Throughout this paper the author will show how the design of the product impacts the operations and the supply chain, the importance of design process, the connection and relationship to the production process, the strategic options, and the differences between products and services. Impact of the Design Product designs have a huge impact on the supply chain and operations,
Typology serves as a topic that draws connections between keywords and different theorists' concepts. "Symbolic meaning enriches human space with personal and sociocultural value, communicates attitudes and beliefs, integrates with other sign systems in communication, and regulates social behaviors." ( )Type is a medium that transports the history and culture. Rafael Moneo thinks that is impossible to build a future with the solid ground without grounding it in the past and tradition (Moneo 25). To ensure the sustained development of human civilization, architects should become protectors, connoisseurs, and creators to our culture.
They must believe in the public’s right to influence decisions regarding the built environment – the inevit... ... middle of paper ... ...he building industries, who help to shape the built environment; and to the art and science of architecture, that continuum of knowledge and creation which is the heritage and legacy of the profession. It is worth mentioning that in Canon 1 General Obligations, it is an Ethical Standards for Members to respect and help conserve their natural and cultural heritage while striving to improve the environment and the quality of life within it. Also, in Canon 2 Obligations to the Public – Members should embrace the spirit and letter of the law governing their professional affairs and should promote and serve the public interest in their personal and professional activities. As for Professional Recognition; members should build their professional reputation on the merits of their own service and performance and should recognize and give credit to others for the profession.
Accordingly, the different architectural styles found in architectural of an era and/or different eras are significantly shaped by the variations found in the design values embedded in the design process. In that sense, changes in architecture are created by the change in design values. To avoid, or at least, decrease repeating history, Noori’s study provided a perspective on adapting a promising concept in architecture, borrowed from philosophy: the “transvaluation” of values. Besides, since architecture is mainly connected to human life, the study considered and examined Nietzsche's “transvaluation” project. In order to do so, the study took the state of contemporary architecture as a case study for exploring the “transvaluation” theme.
To argue with that, understanding about the philosophy “form follows function” and modernist architecture is necessary. This phrase “form follows function” is well known to everyone. Here, the focusing of this phrase from the architectural point of view has to be elaborated. On this surface, “form follows function” seems to make a lot of sense. The way something looks should be determined by its purpose.
The goals of education appear to be simple on the surface: Educate the individual so they will be a value contributor to society. But this can be taken even further, examining what type of society we wish the individual to contribute to. The ancient Greeks saw the need for an educated individual to contribute to an educated society, a society of philosophers, scientists, educators, thinkers, and doers. This is similar to the society which most of us wish to see as a result of educated individuals. “Formal education, in turn, had the purpose of providing the knowledge to fulfill the society’s expectations of its citizens” (69).
The intention of this paper is to illuminate art as an adaptive tool in the sociological and psychological processes of rebellion and liberation and to illustrate that the inevitable function of art is to reveal, while exemplifying the importance of art in everyday life. What are the roles of art in rebellion and liberation; are these roles similar in kind and in scale from person to population and why does this matter? These are the questions that when answered will achieve the goal of this paper. The evolutionary advantage of creativity has an early manifestation in the form of decorative body art. Art is creation, not to say that every creation is necessarily art.
Critical Regionalism could also be seen as a solution to cultural issues and the problems of architectural identity. Frampton’s argument is that critical regionalism should not only answer to context, but it should also value the progress of universal modern architecture (Frampton,1983). An important aspect of Critical Regionalism is that the occupants of any design experience the local climatic c... ... middle of paper ... ...cteristics, with appropriate current technology. It is the search for an architecture that is meaningful within its context and at the same time participates in the more universal aspects of a contemporary mobile society.” McGinnis (1999:211), Argues that, the main focus of critical regionalism should be place and resistance, which he terms ‘bioregional restoration’ the aims of this term are to: “…re-immerse the practice of human communities within the bio-regions that provide their material support…. Bioregional restoration can be a therapeutic strategy to expose ourselves viscerally to local ecosystem process, to foster identification with other life forms and to rebuild community within place, as the insights and local information that emerge from restoration activities affect the cultural and economic practice of the human population” (Cole, Lorch, 2003:122).