[ 3 / biz / cgl / ck / diy / fa / ic / jp / lit / sci / vr / vt ] [ index / top / reports ] [ become a patron ] [ status ]
2023-11: Warosu is now out of extended maintenance.

/diy/ - Do It Yourself


View post   

File: 186 KB, 1280x720, maxresdefault (1).jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]
2757094 No.2757094 [Reply] [Original]

Why can't architects design worth a shit?

>> No.2757401

>>2757094
Isn't an architect's job to make it not fall on your head? They'll add just as many support columns as they need to

>> No.2757411

>>2757094
nice AI created image and shitty opinion you have
sadly this low effort thread will probably last a couple weeks

>> No.2757447

>>2757094
>Why can't architects design worth a shit?
It turns out that people don't actually want shitty designs so the architects must follow the client's constraints.

>> No.2758033

>>2757094
Probably a materials/cost thing since it's a race to the bottom for most developers.

This is more a study in color balance and lighting. Wood is both expensive and doesn't look as picturesque after trying to maintain it for years. Also the relative darkness kind of *gets* to you after a while. It constantly needs to be well-lit.

>> No.2758191

>>2757401
No that's a civil engineer's job, architects may or may not have that skill

>> No.2758193

>>2757094
They're artists. Art schools have told artists that art should be ugly and memorable abd useless since the photograph was invented because they got so butt hurt.

>> No.2758399

>>2758193
>>2758191
This. I'd say it's the result of modern framing. About a century and a half ago, a building's structural components and facades were intertwined (see flying buttresses, arches, colonnades). After ironworks started becoming common, these became two different parts of the building, which led architects and engineers to split into separate disciplines. As a result, the engineering folks forgot how to make shit look nice, and the architects forgot how to make shit function well.