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Title: Architecture of place, time and integrity
Authors: Zammit Endrich, K. (1991)
Keywords: Architecture
Architecture and philosophy
Issue Date: 1991
Citation: Zammit Endrich, K. (1991). Architecture of place, time and integrity (Bachelor’s dissertation).
Abstract: This study is the result of an intriguing concern which has accompanied me from the very first years of my academic training as an architect-student. It originated from the inconsistency between my understanding of academic Architectural theory and history and my perceiving of the immediate physical fabric. Proceeding by modestly trying to employ an emotional and quasi-instinctive approach to my work I was exposed to a deeper reality which sent reeling my first opinions and impressions of Architecture as a whole. The transparency of Architecture, its contextual place in history and its perpetual sense of locality and time emerged as realities which though lying outside the rigid realms of academics were imperative in order to conceive the reality of Architecture as a unique whole. The immediate physical fabric thus proposed further questioning and a diversified approach and under-standing.
Description: B.E.&A.
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