dynamic equilibrium, change, impermanence, museum, virtual architecture
"Sustainable architecture should have the ability to evolve as influenced by societal, cultural, environmental, economic, and political factors. By being dynamic and responsive in this sense, an architecture would be able to interact with its environment in similar ways to how a biological organism both influences and is influenced by its ecosystem - maintaining a state of dynamic equilibrium and ultimately being sustained."
Bonacci, Milo, "Perception Potential and the Performance of Change" (2005). Architecture Thesis Prep. 55.
Advisors: Kiel Moe / Lori Brown