Why context is more important than concepts in Architecture

San Rocco is a magazine about architecture that is published three times a year on specific themes.

In their fourth edition, They investigate the state of self-inflicted despair whereby architectural design needs to be justified point by point, thereby creating the unnecessary feeling that architecture needs an explanation or needs to apologize. In opposition to this, this issue looks at design as a tool for defining contexts, re-shaping what is already there, and formalizing the given.

In this video, we will go over this edition.
Chapters of this video:
00:00 – Introduction
01:06 – Designing according to concepts
02:52- Architecture is NOT a language
03:19 – Concepts make Architecture safer
04:09 – Outro
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