Contradiction between modern and ancient architecture
I've seen several posts or blogs talking about modern and ancient architecture. The theme is to criticize the modern architecture design. They even use the phrase "architectural myopia". In my opinion, we should look on sth in multi-perspective way, less prejudice. No matter modern or ancient, they have characteristics to be worth appreciating.
I have to agree with you. The architecture of the past informs the architecture of the present and future. Look for what inspires you in the past and present and use it to move you forward in your own designs.
I think you may have the wrong idea about the purpose of this forum section.
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