Heretical Machinism and Living Architectures

The precarious balance between the water
that cyclically rises and the city that is slowly sinking becomes not only
the catalyst by which an idea is born, but also the most intimate reason
for a new and lively architecture.
[...]
Far from
any formal speculation the wave does not seem to want to materialize
aesthetic and literary dimensions, as is customary in Venice, but rather
the ecological constitution of the city and the millenarian negotiations
that communities, living or non-living, have had with the site.
[...]
The form, then, is only one dimension of interaction with the
environment and, as such, is a state of transformation. In fact N.T.,
in thinking about architecture according to a logical openness to
the concept of information 
[...]
architecture is, in fact, a constant
conquest not so much of a new language as a mode of working with
computers to crumble conventions, spoil contemporary myths, and,
most importantly, to extend the field of interaction between the world
and the human discipline of architecture itself.

Di Raimo, François Roche, Heretical Machinism and Living Architectures of New-Territories.com, Roma 2014