Architecture and the productive implications of pause
Hewett, Daniel Merritt
Master of Architecture
To move through space is to change. Individuals and communities have always moved for change; within and over their own cultural borders. Yet, it is only by not moving, by breaking an ongoing migration, that certain critical advantage may come to a unified people. Such development, economic and cultural, springs from the constructive engagement between a people and their chosen site. Architecture, as an assembly of transitory constructions and spaces, is a primary instrument through which such interaction may occur.
Architecture; Urban planning; Sociology; Social structure