The Institutional Architecture - Art or Building?

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The article deals of some historical reflections on architecture and building and about their opposition. The term of "institutional architecture" is introduced. Environmental, social and economic factors are base of it including rules, lows and traditions, which were passed down for centuries. The foundations of architectural creation was defined both as utility and functional necessity. It should be find abilities to define new ways of architectural research based on them, in harmony between nature and people.

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Zayats, I., & Murgul, V. (2016). The Institutional Architecture - Art or Building? In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 165, pp. 1460–1467). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2016.11.880

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