Following a Trial : and the question of how we populate a place to the extent thatwe also alter the very things that draws us to it
Sammanfattning: Following a Trail - and the question of how we populate a place to the extent that we also alter the very things that draws us to it This thesis is concerning the huge and rapid exploitation in the community of Hemavan and the consequences that follows. Though we specifically look at Hemavan, we talk about issues that are not specific for Hemavan but that are rather quite general in its setting. This report is building on the preparatory document with the same name, Following a trail, and should thus advantageously be read consecutively in that order. Simultaneously with this report, we have addressed the situation in Hemavan in a synthesis project and through a process of form-finding as well as into a greater discussion of what is the form-generator today in our built environments. In this report we add on the discussion of form-finding with an emphasis on the motor and the processes that drives this generator of form. We come from a discussion of form with the landscape as DNA, but now change the scale and ask what it is that generates the form of our communities. With this thesis we touch upon subjects such as power relations, planning processes, landscape rights and architectural means. We state that there is not necessarily a solution to the situation simply solvable by an architectural intervention and therefore we discuss the art and intention of architecture relating to perceptive methods and the means of an open project. This debate is further referring to the conscious action of non-design, and thus a questioning of our role and purpose as architects, leaning towards a language without solutions, yet consisting of open answers. This is a thesis that we need to discuss and a thesis with open questions for the receiver to reflect on rather than one offering a solution.
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