Architecture as a Cinematic Event
Architecture, considering its various inputs and expressions is ultimately concerned with construction. It is a whole-brain profession, at its best making full use of left and right. The architect must negotiate real-world constraints and opportunities to arrive at a completed work.
Construction is driven by the nature of the materials that are being put together, and regardless of the overall form, a building’s soul is revealed in the joints between those materials. The consequence is that an architectural paradigm shift requires a genuine revolution in the nature of materials employed and the means of their construction. [Read more…] about Francis Ford Coppola’s Megalopolis and what an architect wants to be – Part 2