A quantum mechanical theory of architecture
Jordan, Walter H.
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THESIS STATEMENT: Quantum architecture is created by a human consciousness. A quantum mechanical theory of architecture will focus on the idea that architectural design is a conscious organizing and transformation of formal and spatial elements, according to their natural harmonic sustainment. SCOPE OF PROJECT: A facility is needed to unify the distinct activities of "research" and "development," and to evoke innovative science, within a built environment that utilizes natural resources for enhancing human psychological and physical comfort. CONTEXT STATEMENT: The facility is to have a remote relationship to commercial energy distribution, and an adjacent relationship to a major transportation route. The chosen site is located at Knott, Texas, having a global locationof LAT. 32.15°N, LONG. 101.28°W.