the avoidance of homogeneity in our work:
*It is a rare architectural opportunity terrestrially, to be given a tabula rasa; a setting and space devoid and detached from the referentiality or ethos of humankind. Thus, the more contemplative schema deliberately, versus heuristically, interfuses a buildings topology and typology, as responsive to a unique set of characteristics which emanate from a settlements scenography, social milieu, and climate; to materialize a form read spatially unitive -or disruptive- for the evocation of rootedness to place.
To avoid sameness, we push the architecture to evince a plurality of idiosyncratic audiences. As such, a spiritually self-aware architecture is incongruous with the singularity of iterative schema. Thus, and largely the case today, architectural invariance manifests fatigue, likely leads to visual vassalage within a settlements scenography, and ultimately, inconsequentiality. Instead, at the incipient phase of study and synthesis, we seek to advance the performance, spirit, and meaning of the architecture.
weston wright, aia
PROPOSED MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
*A 2018 international call for a response to the following question:
"How do you avoid homogeneity in your work - or do you believe homogeneous designs have a place in modern design?"
Accepted and published by Modelo.