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    Technology has been rapidly developing in the past decades. Compared to half a decade ago, technology has grown at a faster rate. Humans use technology and artificial intelligence (AI) to make tasks easier and aid humans; but, can artificial intelligence do more than aid humans? Can humans use artificial intelligence for something less mechanical and more organic, such as visual arts? Yes, at the rate technology is advancing, artificial intelligence will be able to create fine arts as skillfully as humans. In the future, artificial intelligence will be able to understand human thought and emotion to create visual art. Artificial intelligence is defined as “machines using language, form abstractions and concepts, solve kinds of problems now reserved for humans, and improve themselves” (McCarthy, par. 1). Before understanding what artificial intelligence is capable of for the art field, different types of existing artificial intelligence should be viewed. AI is divided into three calibers: artificial narrow intelligence (ANI), artificial general intelligence (AGI), and artificial superintelligence (ASI) (Andros). ANI is called the weak AI with the ability to only perform one task. If an ANI was programed to identify a specific breed of dog, cat, or bird, the ANI will accurately identify the specific animal. When an ANI is programed with its one task, the AI cannot learn or do anything else, but, the task it is programmed to do is done well (Andros). ANI may be able to create…

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    Aesthetics as a study of beauty has been the keystone for development of art and architecture, which cuts across philosophical, tactile, intuitive, mathematical and socio-cultural realms. The subjectivity of which, has given rise to innumerable attempts to quantify, measure and theorize aesthetics in art and architecture. To comprehend aesthetics, one needs to understand the changing definition of beauty. Definition of beauty has had cultural variations in the development of human civilization.…

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    emotions are influenced by certain architectural spaces? How do we find contentment in them? In this book, Origins of Architectural Pleasure, Grant Hildebrand suggested that the current artificial environment fabricated by human is largely related to the archetypal qualities in natural settings and the human’s needs since the origin of our species. The book is separated into four chapters and each chapter proposed new terms to describe human’s pleasure in certain settings, which originated from…

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    Controlled chaos, is the production of the inevitable destruction of war or the calamity of an inadequate political regime. Yet the element of control can be rendered as an aimless ruin rather than an form of architecture. Still even with this control, there is still a void in the term revolution. The complete process of revolution isn’t only deconstruction, but is the process of deconstructing and reassembling for an endless opportunity for interpretation and reevaluation. Viewing the essence…

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    Is there a certain approach that is considered the right way to approach architectural design? There are many architectural theories that an architect can draw upon that helped them to achieve different types of results in their design, such as constructivism, de-constructivism, critical regionalism and many more. There are a number of architectural projects that are based on the concept of pragmatism. The key element in a pragmatic approach to architecture is function; the pragmatist…

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    Postmodernism is closely related to individualism, in fact, individualism is one of the many concepts that is in postmodernism. From the view of postmodernists, facts and truths are risen from social subjectivity because experiences and science reasoning are the thing of the past. While this might seem ordinary for many young adults or teens, this postmodernist concept and ideal is what has been keeping experts and mature adults up at night. With the birth of the internet, postmodernist’s…

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    contemporary societal challenges. Vernacular architecture is a style of building that is created without the use of an architect; it is architecture in its simplest form, concentrating only on the human necessity. Vernacular architecture began when people had to make use of the environment around them, in order to afford themselves protection and comfort as a response to a changing climate. It is a simple approach to a building’s most basic requirements and a direct style of architecture created…

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    Cad Das Canoas Analysis

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    the whole top floor. As the entire area is surrounded with glass walls, it gives an impression of opening and welcoming the abundance of nature. When a feeling of retreat from the forest comes, there are two walls shaped as crescent. There is a freedom to choose, either to embrace the view of the jungle, or pull back and be sheltered by the crescent walls. This gives a feeling of being in the middle of vegetation while sitting on the comforts of a home. Thus, Oscar Niemeyer's modernism responds…

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    utopia in regard to architecture and city planning. It includes explanations that make up the dangers and realistic ideals that come along with trying to create utopia in architecture or a utopian city. Coleman describes what makes up utopia in architecture which include as he describes four elements: “social and political content; a significant level of detail in the description of what is proposed; elaboration of a positive transformation of social and political life as key to what is proposed…

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    Robert Adam was one of the most important British architects, he transformed Palladian Neoclassicism in England into the airy, light, elegant style, his main force was the harmony between his design elements that extended beyond architecture and interiors to include both the fixed and moveable objects, his style was influenced by classical designs but he coupled this with his study of other styles such as the Italian Renaissance and didn’t follow them strictly the way Palladianism did.…

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