The Big Rethink: The Purposes of Architecture
In common with many aspects of modern civilisation, architecture has lost its enriching sense of purpose, leading to toxic anomie. In seeking to restore architecture’s rightful place in culture, as a truly qualitatively and quantifiably sustainable art, we must look deeper and redefine what it is to be human and what sort of lives we want to lead. In this, Integral theory offers a means of rebalancing and reconnecting with deeper transcendent meaning and purpose
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