By Michael Leyton

How do structures shop details and adventure of their form and shape? Michael Leyton has attracted massive recognition together with his interpretation of geometrical shape as a medium for the garage of knowledge and reminiscence. during this booklet he attracts particular conclusions for the sector of structure and building, attaching primary significance to the complicated dating among symmetry and asymmetry. Wie können Gebäudeformen Erfahrungen und Inhalte speichern? Leyton hat eine viel beachtete neue Theorie der geometrischen shape entwickelt. Er interpretiert
die geometrische shape – im Gegensatz zur gesamten culture – als Informations- und Gedächtnisträger. In vorliegender Darstellung zieht er die spezifischen Konsequenzen davon für den Bereich der Architektur und des Bauens.

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In different phrases: a regular development is that element of the surroundings that can't be used as a part of one’s brain. by contrast, my new foundations nation construction needs to be an item that maximally offers the skill to join a person’s brain; i. e. , a maximal reminiscence shop. which means a construction has to be an item utilized in the computational methods of a man or woman. in addition, those computational approaches must never be the simplistic ones of a traditional laptop. For, in accordance with the recent foundations, computation is the self-creation of brain. most significantly, the brain creates itself by way of examining and writing the surroundings as maximal reminiscence shops. structures are components of our surroundings. actually, they're the main major components of our surroundings that people can produce; and as a result they are often the main major reminiscence shops that folks can really write. this can be what the hot structure needs to supply. that's: The computational technique is one during which the brain undergoes self-creation via interpreting and writing itself as historical past. The architectural rules, proposed during this ebook, are the capability in which constructions might be learn and written because the self-creation of brain. those new architectural rules are illustrated with the management structures.

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