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Intro to Arc 141- week 3

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Intro to Arc 141- week 3 Arc 141

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The professor assigned 4 readings from which we've looked over 2 of them so far.
Intro to Architecture
Joseph Godlewski
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Diego Becerra on Tuesday September 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Arc 141 at Syracuse University taught by Joseph Godlewski in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see Intro to Architecture in Architecture at Syracuse University.

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Date Created: 09/13/16
WEEK 3 Readings Allen- Practice Vs. Project Dumb Practice and Dumb Theory • Allen argues that practice is a theory  • Convinces of architecture as a material practice • • • Theory needs a project • • “There is no theory. There is no practice. There are only practices, which consists of action and agency” Dumb Practice  • It doesn’t cares what the disciplinary of an architect says. • • There isn’t a concern for intellectual project. • In terms of “provoking a response, what does it says about society” It • fails on achieving that impact. Dumb Theory  • Something that might be dealing with architecture but not be dealing with society and its needs.  • A theory that might have no expand no meaning.  • Theorists says “it just ends there” “its a form on form project” “They just follow a system and not a purpose" • In contrast: Pragmatic Realsim = Harsh reality Speaks- It's Out There… ...The Formal Limits of the American Avant-Grade • The real question asked is if "whether they will be able to discover a dislocating architecture that, rather than dislocating form or type, dislocates the form of architectural practice itself" • Architecture will have to develop  Design Intelligence and the New Economy  • Its architecture that operates after a theory: for the economy, for environmental purposes, etc. • Speaks has visionary and utopian ideas that he states it relates to intelligence by a way of “chatter”. Chatter, meaning that there is a final result created by many groups of identities. 


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