A WILD NATURE.
The type of nature discussed here doesn’t have much to do with
the romanticism of certain artistic periods.
Nature is now being disrupted in such a way that in some places its
peaceful contemplation is becoming more and more difficult.
Therefore, society should be conveyed of the hidden power of nature.
Nature must no longer be viewed as domesticated matter:
now is it time to show its potential and the power it exerts when it overwhelms us.
When we shelter vegetation in our architectural spaces,
the message should be about reminding us of our dependence
on the natural cycle and bearing in mind our place in it.
It is about a type of nature that wildly conquers spaces and shows the dormant
destructive power it has over them.
I. OPEN THE RUINS. MATERIALIZE THE RUPTURE.
III. A WILD, ALMOST DESTRUCTIVE NATURE.
IV. CREATE INNER LANDSCAPES.
V. PALIMPSEST. THE TESTIMONY OF SCARS.
VI. WHEN SCRAPYARDS BECOME OUR
QUARRIES AND LANDFILLS OUR FORESTS.
VII. THE LEAST SOPHISTICATED ASPECT OF THE SOLUTION.
VIII. HONOUR HER (HONOUR NATURE).
IX. BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE.
X. A STRUCTURE FOR HOMO LUDENS.
XI. TELL THE STORY.
XII. MAKE ARCHITECTURE AS (IF YOU WERE) NATURE.