By comparing specific examples in your country with those in Japan, please state your opinion on the role that today’s architecture plays in urban planning in the globalization era, in terms of landscape preservation and human-nature coexistence
Recently, the increasing intention of humanity architecture, along with environmental, and the common good outcome, is inevitably a signal of serious problems in our built environment. Considering the fact that globalization and its neoliberal ideology failed to meet its goals to make a better life. Architecture especially in term of its spatial production as a tool of the capital cannot be underestimated. It also proofed that architecture still posits in a contradictory profession. Its actions intersect with a huge range of unrelated domains; at the same time, its nature -to build- is so complex that sadly grounded the architect as a builder and a thinker at the same time.
As I mentioned previously, architecture is a collective practice that will challenge its nature identity to engage with the important non-architectural issues. It is then embarking architecture not only as a solution delivery rather it can be an approach towards achieving wider opportunities. In particular, when it refers to the spatial interpretation of nature and human being.
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