Chaos in architecture: A football stadium
Lott, Timothy Morgan
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In on attempt to reflect the natural environment, architecture must seek nonlinear, dynamic, complex and deterministic solutions to attain a balance while remaining in a state of non-equilibrium, The stadium is a facility where two factions or teams con come together and battle against each other. It serves different public groups such as the teams, the facility personnel, and the audience/spectators. The program is intended to research the principles of chaos theory. These principles will be arranged in a manner that reflects their appearance in nature and natural phenomena and then applied to a built structure and to a building type. £ rn'-mi. The built environment is the site, as well as the site is port of the built environment. The environment is contrary to the built environment and, therefore, a series of juxtapositions as well as harmonies war with each other in order to create a balance.