Updated: Feb 23
There is a crisis in the field of architecture. There are millions of materials to choose from and manufacturers chase professionals to adopt theirs. However, more and more buildings come to look like ugly pigeon holes. In times of disaster, excessive rains or earthquakes, they just crumble up. Is this profession actually advancing, or is it suffering from retrogression, I wonder sometimes. Where our ancestors could build structures of immense beauty and durability, why is it that today’s professionals fail to build a proper road?