“Inbetween Spaces” Pt.2

Mark and Towards a New Architecture
Mark Magazine Issue NO36, Towards a New Architecture, and Fish. Photo by Franco Ferraro 2018

Part 2 :  Gradient

Even though Gradient is an inherent concept on architecture, it possesses an importance that is not considered constantly: Its application often involves gratuitous sets of absolute opposites that do not interact nor complement each other. Dualities in design; inside, outside; private, public; object, space; Are treated as incorruptible truths that cancel each other out. This creates buildings that have a mutilated content and a lack of mutual potentiation of the parts that make the whole. The value of a unified whole is far greater than the value of its parts by themselves.

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