Chaos and order of architecture

Zygmunt Szparkowski

DOI: 10.21858/msr.19.04

Vol no: 19

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Architecture is the ordering of the constituent set of elements. It has always been perceived as an emanation of order and beauty. Usually the concept of chaos is perceived as a state of total disorder, confusion, disarray and disorder. In contrast, deterministic chaos, which is the subject of this article, is random behavior completely governed by law. Chaos has its own uncanny geometry. It is closely related to peculiar fractal shapes, called “strange attractors.”