The Paradoxical Technicist Architectural Profession and the Paradigmatic Change Towards After–technology Practice of Architecture

Michael Karassowitsch

Michael Karassowitsch is a graduate of Columbia University’s GSAPP and Registered Architect in New York. He is working as a Professor of Architecture at the Sushant School of Art and Architecture at Gurugram after recently completing his dissertation The Goal in Architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.
He has worked in many countries on three continents. His research focuses on developing grounds and a practical basis for architectural practice of architectural value based in Mind or consciousness as its original questioning of dwelling’s purpose. The role of technology is questioned as ground for professional practice via the “original” relationship of spirituality and architecture.


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