Architecture, dilatation, unproduction
Architecture is the key mediator between time or duration and production. Creating architecture consists of spacing, leaving intervals, dilating. Space contributes to the construction of time, just as time contributes to the construction of space. This mutual construction of space and time by the means of architecture offers a new approach of the transcendental aesthetic, a transcendental aesthetic which determines the conditions of the productive system to promote the sustainable development.
Caye, P. (2015). Architecture, dilatation, unproduction. Rivista di estetica 58, pp. 21-30.
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