Tag Archives: Architecture & Happiness

Humanity, Order, and Balance

“Within each of us is the ability to distinguish music from noise, poetry from drivel. In art we sense the presence of an order that is linked to the soul of man.  The human eye and thus the soul is able to discern sensitivity and thoughtfulness in a work.  It is when those substantial traces [...]

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Architecture not in isolation

Architecture cannot be studied in isolation and is greatly benefited from having knowledge not only about the construction industry but understanding the political economic and social environment of the surrounding. The understanding of the various systems helps us redefine what is feasible and what may just be a temporary solution. Although we may believe that [...]

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Economics of Sustainability. Gonzalo Delacámara.

Comments based on the questions of the blog post “Architecture & Happiness” “The diversity and mixed use of the space  for increased the diversity of the city, in order to create new activities and typologies” Diagram of Mixed Use of the Space, by Trinidad Gómez and Miguel Juárez. With the past of the time, the [...]

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