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Architectural Attitudes and Motives
Authors: Wagih F. Youssef
Year: 2018
Keywords: scientific attitude; artlessness; composition; emotional space; distortion
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The architectural attitude is one of creating a complete artistic autonomy and creativity within the field of architecture. The successful work of architecture involves the separation of the technical skill implied in the word architecture from the nontechnical realization of the work as involved in the act of artistic apprehension. The common-sense attitude to rationality of the action of design suggests that the architect considers those alternatives which are relevant to his action in his own situation and over which he may have some control. Rational action is within an unquestioned and undetermined frame of constructs of typicalities of the setting, the motives, the means and ends, the courses of action, and personalities involved.

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