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Master of Architecture (MArch)
The French anthropologist Levi-Strauss holds that the world we perceive is intrinsically one whole. However, the structure of the human mind has something in common which will turn differences in extent into differences in kind. The process we understand the world around us is by dividing reality into categories. The more subdivisions we have the more detailed we understand. And the process will never end.
What about architecture? We also have ways to piece the architecture as a whole for designing purposes or to understand it.
As architects, we try to diagram, find various ways to visualize design methods and elements. Under different contexts and grammar, we will invariably have widely different design processes and outcomes.
Tao, Yuan, "Segments of reality: interface / space / movement" (2021). Masters Theses. 659.
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