A city is often justified by an origin. Its difficulty is to find a manner in which to communicate it. Architecture has been a plausible excuse but we are now surrounded by so much bureaucracy that it has become a stumbling block to the notion of the collective ideal that has been extrapolated by both politics and notional idealism that the concept of origin is attempted to be put forth as new rather than as original. To put history in step with our contemporary predicament is not a rash solution but a reason to offer a future to architecture; as a language that can contend with the ‘family’ and its collective education. It is only for others to rewrite history.
A Premise for Working