Where is the balance between deeply-rooted architecture and that which responds to its particular era?
The balance between deeply-rooted architecture and that which responds to its particular era can be found in 'Modern Architecture".
Materials used I Think, also some aspect of design must be incorporated somewhere, somewhere clearly visible
I can't say that there is a proper balance
Architecture when is good is both.
In any era, there is architecture, which captures a certain zeitgeist style and architecture that transcends style, that is timeless. The architecture of Louis Kahn is one example that in fact contradicted the zeitgeist and is timeless in its beauty.
urbanitique concept on wich part on the wolrd conceptual relation on the client they live...
right at the point at which the design is made.
I believe deeply rooted architecture could pertain to passive designing and taking the surrounding environment into consideration. These natural elements will always be present in designing. Looking at different design details or executions could then respond to an era.
Change is constant, so the balance is adjusted
Responding to a particular era does not require eliminating the study and respect if deeply rooted principles. The reply rooted principled act as a way to guide the design as one creates something of a particular era. They work in conjunction, not in conflict.
Context is king. Even more so than history. Although common sense and a sense of truth ain't half bad, either.
I don't understand your question.
balance in the harmony of function, form and efficiency of building materials
As the expression of Jean-Luc Godard,
whichever we choose, we will meet the other at the end of our journey.
Architecture needs to respond not only to its era but to the future. Its one of the hardest part of our job. We are supposed to design timeless structures.
I think that being conscious to the era and surrounding where we are , are the essential premises to balance
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