Message - Re: THESIS - architectural form,space and human psychology

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Posted by  mainak on July 08, 2003 at 10:50:09:

In Reply to:  Re: THESIS - architectural form,space and human psychology posted by Jim on July 08, 2003 at 06:45:13:

of course, the challenge in this thesis subject is not to bring in
uniformity to all the buildings, different building will always be
different with their mode, feeling and philosophy - but i fail to
believe the human mind does not pay an effort to bring up that
particular mode, feeling and philosophy it is never mere coincidence.
and that is where my thesis topic comes in, what guidelines the brain
opt for.......the computer of all computers. the great artists even
had that farsight to experience what others might feel, but sorry
this is architecture - a creation with a purpose - the aweful height
of a church, the pomp of a state bldg -are all part of the story.

we first feel why to have such creations, even if we dont feel we must
learn to. and if not just skin deep then it breaks down into all
biology - hormones, nervous system and more.
why architects ignore the simple fact, it is no more trial and error
infact we cant afford to. gone are the days of learn from mistakes
and you are an true architect only after fifties. if exists a path of
justification, a path of science, a guideline of feelings then why go
for what our previous generation architects have said.
i dont dare to disrespect their valued comments, and philosophy
BE THE POINT TO START A NEW THOUGHT .....that is what i think.

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