Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Object-Oriented Architecture

Oh yes I think so. A growing number of architects are into it. These were suggested to me as prototypical examples of it, and I'm thinking about it right now. Very beautiful essay on Harman and possibilities for OO architecture. More on that soon.. Judging by how many architecture and design journals and conferences I've worked for of late (and also Graham), I think yes of course.

And it's crystal clear that to be an architect you need to think about relationships with humans and nonhumans such as stones, sand, skid steer loaders and people heaving bags of groceries. And futurality.

2 comments:

Ana Miron said...

"Too good to be true" architecture???

http://www.archdaily.com/339893/bigs-waste-to-energy-plant-breaks-ground-breaks-schemas/



Ana Miron said...

"Too good to be true" architecture???

http://www.archdaily.com/339893/bigs-waste-to-energy-plant-breaks-ground-breaks-schemas/