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“Corrosion is the disintegration of an engineered material into its constituent atoms due to chemical reactions with its surroundings” The corro… Read More
“Corrosion is the disintegration of an engineered material into its constituent atoms due to chemical reactions with its surroundings” The corrosion perception which was researched, based on the analogy between the corrosion dictionary definition and the physical state of things, buildings in their current appearance, will always strive to destruction. The concept was inspired by Jonathan Gales’s -Factory Fifteen - Megalomenia project. What are the reasons of the building decadence? PHYSICAL FACTORS: 1. Gravitation 2. Nature Climate 3. Humanity METAPHYSICAL FACTORS: 1. Abundance 2. Irrelevant urbanistic context All that being said, when we take Time and Interaction as a permanent factors we reach to the understanding that there is no eternal beauty, there is no permanent existence there are no trends the only permanent aesthetic derives from is the state of constant decay. The corrosion theory will not fall to nihilism, it understands that we do need to find the best solution for architecture to exist so it will try to take a step back before all become lost and try to capture the moment before the final demolition and start the architectural creation from that moment as the final state of matter. Read Less
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“Corrosion is the disintegration of an engineered material
into its constituent atoms due to chemical reactions with its
surroundings”

 
The corrosion perception which was researched,
based on the analogy between the corrosion dictionary definition and the physical state of things, buildings in their current appearance, will always strive to destruction. The concept was inspired by Jonathan Gales’s -Factory Fifteen - Megalomenia project.
 
What are the reasons of the building decadence?

PHYSICAL FACTORS:
1. Gravitation
2. Nature Climate
3. Humanity

METAPHYSICAL FACTORS:
1. Abundance
2. Irrelevant urban context

All that being said, when we take Time and Interaction
as a permanent factors we reach to the understanding
that there is no eternal beauty, there is no permanent
existence there are no trends the only permanent aesthetic
derives from the state of constant decay.

The corrosion theory will not fall to nihilism, it understands
that we do need to find the best solution for architecture to
exist so it will try to take a step back before all become lost
and try to capture the moment before the final demolition
and start the architectural creation from that moment as the final
state of matter.