The realitivity in Architecture

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    Coverage to the real

    Cristian Pizano
    Apr 12, '21 2:54 PM EST

    We all want to elicit the best of what we do whether it is at school, whether it is at work, even when it is at home. I’m sure it is simple to say that you want to ensure your parents know that you can clean and cook and cater to your needs without their support, let alone succeed at your best at both work and school. You also want to go above and beyond to make sure your boss doesn’t keep reminding you of the millions of tasks you said you could handle in your resume. You expect to have 12 drawings posted a day before your review along with multiple perspectives renders so your professor can realize you amazingly differ from the entire class even though you don’t realize you have an 8GB RAM and the plotter will stop working the next morning. However, it may seem that there is a misconception on how we represent the things we are best at and why we do it at such an excelled level just to receive recognition for it. 

    In terms of architecture school, we always want to ensure that the best part of ourselves are blended within the technicality in drawings, the concepts in models, and the proposals we set forward when presenting the work. In addition, it is oftentimes that even being at your best, most of the ideas implemented within the projects may not even come from you, and instead, it is a vision of what you expect to be seen as. Put forward, it is not who you are, but who you want to be, which can be undoubtedly troublesome to achieve. Work that is your own is worth more than work that creates misconceptions that you conceal to be like your own. 

    There is great significance in the development of achieving knowledge when failing through areas you thought would be greatly endured. With this implementation, we should always be keen to represent the best of ourselves and how far we can get to either understand or achieve something with a great grasp. Putting something forward that isn’t creatively and intentionally part of your own not only shadows the person you really are but, it breaks upon the idea of learning from your failures and gaining knowledge to prevent those failures. 

    It's evident that time is the most precious attribute to have in this world and therefore, the consistency and precision that comes from our own hard work is worth more than the work we push forward just so “something is there”. What if that something is not any better than your actual work or your natural creativity and the way you understand and see the world? One can always illustrate great work with the time and an attempt to perfection, even though it can be evident that a piece of work could possibly never have an end and is always working to be “perfect”.

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Knowledge is distinct as being a cognitive aspect to our needs for understanding things more efficiently or a necessary asset that is required for our own development and growth. Seeing this in architecture, it's significant to explore other areas in the nature of architecture rather than just the parameters of its design and art concepts embedded within.

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