Architectural product between necessity and perfection - a reading of the moral architectural act
Perfection is the highest level in the ladder of values, and the perfection of a thing is to come up with its pillars that are only valid. The concept of perfection is represented by all the necessities and luxuries of the human individual, which center on need and desire and then gratification. Desire and gratification are like two poles that revolve around each other and move in a linear motion to achieve the goal. supreme (perfect) And these two poles do not have a dynamic between them unless there is a goal, otherwise architecture will become in silence and this is impossible. Architecture is changing and not static. Therefore, the line on which the two poles walk is undoubtedly time. In the process of research and generation, reaching sufficiency, and then the need is renewed in another space, as they revolve in a wide space that cannot be easily perceived. Therefore, the research aims to identify that process and integrate it into the framework of architecture, and from here the research problem emerged, represented by (the limits of a dialogue understanding between necessity and perfection in architecture), and a cognitive framework was built for the vocabulary included in the research, and practical application was carried out on a set of tests and analysis of the results that It was collected, and the research concluded that architecture seeks balance in the processes of necessity and perfection of the recipient and the user, and thus the duality of subject and object is balanced in architecture, in which a state of stability in thought and action can be reached.
Jassim, Rabab; Farhan, Sabeeh; Salman, Abdullah; and Shamam, Zahraa
"Architectural product between necessity and perfection - a reading of the moral architectural act,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 7.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1003