Restructuring 21st Century Architecture Through Human Intelligence
journal article
This paper introduces a compelling new way of thinking about, teaching, and practicing architecture. Founded on the basis of how the human mind perceives and interacts with the built environment, we call this new design process “intelligent architecture”. Perhaps surprisingly, scientifically-conceived rules for architectural design and building can lead to a more human architecture, one with a renewed respect for traditional methods of architectural design. This new process can also be extended by implementing new technologies. By applying the most recent scientific advances to architectural thinking, we can better appreciate the architectural heritage of the past, giving scientific insight into its origins and manner of conception. This development also reverses an unfortunate misunderstanding that required the future to erase the past rather than to learn from it.
Salingaros, Nikos A., and Masden II, Kenneth G. "Restructuring 21st Century Architecture Through Human Intelligence," in ArchNet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, vol. 1 (2007).
Parent Publications
Nikos A. Salingaros, Kenneth G. Masden II
architectural criticism
contemporary architecture