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Vol. 2 Núm. 1 (2020): El orden

Rethinking the concept of Order from a Systemic and Expanded vision of Architecture: Foundations and strategies for a new framework

Enviado
abril 30, 2020
Publicado
junio 24, 2020

Resumen

This article proposes a new way of understanding the concept of architectural order, expanding its traditional scope to adapt it to the systemic and hybrid nature of contemporary architecture.

Is it possible to think of an architectural order that goes beyond mere geometric-formal considerations? Could we conceive a more systemic and integrating concept of order that also incorporates the environmental, social and/or virtual/digital dimension of architecture? What resources and design strategies can be relevant in the construction of this new order?

The text addresses these issues through a theoretical-practical approach that integrates different positions, trends and examples in a coherent and synthetic discourse that reconnects the concept of order with the experiences and challenges of contemporary architectural design.

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