Kas Oosterhuis on kinetic networked architecture
Unlike RAMTV's lecture a few months ago, Kas Oosterhuis's disquisition at the AA on networked, responsive architecture was both compelling and convincing. But, he insists, 'you have to find a reason' to do it. Strangely enough, for someone so committed to a hegemony of infinite choice in architecture, Oosterhuis revealed himself to be fundamentally functionalist in his ideology.What he hates, above all, are 'buildings which are made for a function, and the function isn't there.'
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