The Effect of Butterfly upon an Opus of Architecture - A Catastrophe Theoretical Perspective upon Design Theory

Ole M°ystad

Abstract


An opus of Architecture, OpA, is a phenomenon which unfolds spatio-temporally from conception to memory - via design and construction, to object, use, decay and demolition. The present article is an attempt to adapt some approaches from the spatio-temporal phenomenology of catastrophe theory to the problem of describing the morpogenetic continuity between architecture as concept/memory, and architecture as physical objects.

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