The Paradox of Sustainable Architecture: Durability and Transience

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Autor: archdaily Publicado el: 05/06/2023
The Paradox of Sustainable Architecture: Durability and Transience

To convey the might and prestige of their empire, the Romans constructed enduring architecture as symbols of their long-lasting reign. Emperors employed grand public works as assertions of their status and reputation. Conversely, Japanese architecture has long embraced ideas of change and renewal, evident in the ritualistic rebuilding of Shinto shr...
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