Le Corbusier

While efficiency and stability are obviously essential when it comes to architecture I do believe that aesthetics play a key role in the greatness of structures as well. Bringing up the idea of “Art for Art’s Sake” meaning that the use of creativity does not need any justification, I found it intriguing to hear such a concept. While beauty at times may not necessarily be the purpose, and not always need to be addressed, I think that through artistry a sense of truth and understanding can be portrayed. Not only for a specific structure but the architect himself/herself, a form of expressing themselves whether it is recognized or not. This plays along with Reconfiguration in the sense that rearranging elements according to current influences is what creates modernism.


Lindsay Jones


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