Beyond Functionalism in Architecture
|July 10, 2012||Posted by johnnyb under Religion, Media, Video, Society, Engineering|
The next video from the Engineering and Metaphysics conference is with Dr. Mark Hall. Hall attempts to reconnect with historic architectural principles through architecture critic John Ruskin, and show what, besides just functionalism and good looks, are needed for lasting architectural impact. We don’t often think of truth as an architectural value, or even see how it could be. Hall brings out Ruskin’s perspective of architecture, and how we can use it to bring deeper meaning into modern architecture.
(Yes, the YouTube thumbnail is broken. The video, though, is just fine.)