Leo Gehrman

Bachelor of Architecture

In the later years of the undergraduate degree, we were trying to ask questions on the future of architecture. Will it only serve humans? Will it exist in the same way as it does now? I wanted to specifically question the resilience of traditional architecture. Does architecture really need to last hundreds of years? The environment in which we design is mostly the present, but has begun to change so rapidly that program or even material choice and basic design could change completely in decades. Time tells is an exploration into the idea of decaying architecture.