Architecture and Human Identity
Francesca Serri M. Architect
Francesca Serri M. Architect, Prof. Paolo Bulletti M. Architect, Paolo Bulletti Design Bureau, Architecture Landscape Interiors.
Manuscript Received on April 02, 2015. | Revised Manuscript Received on April 08, 2015. | Manuscript published on April 15, 2015. | PP: 23-28 | Volume-1 Issue-7, April 2015.
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Abstract: Creativity1 is a capability of humans. The relationship between creativity and architecture is present right from the early stages of the design process, regardless of the scale. It is important to remember that as human beings, we have a need for artistic sustainability in architecture. We take some examples of the architecture images planned and built in the Chinese context. The condition of architecture in China is not a special case to be studied as a phenomenon only part of a national framework, but is an example of a global crisis that fortunately in recent years is changing towards a sensitive redevelopment of architecture. The transformation of the Human thought2 is the main driver of new social change which is then reflected through Architecture.
Keywords: Creativity, China, Irrational Thought, Human Birth Theory, Artistic Sustainability