If “to err is human”, the inverse must also be true: “to never err is human.” It could consequently be asserted that to be bad is good, for without we might lose that which makes us, us. However, over the course of the past century, it seems a trend in spatial production has emerged that antagonizes our “bad” side. These trends have resulted in administratively overbearing architectural works, threatening our very nature.
Datum: student journal of architecture: Vol. 6
, Article 23.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/datum/vol6/iss1/23