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To see structure and design as competing elements is against the nature of architecture.
We understand architecture as a form of communication. Making a draft allows to reveal an existing idea in the architect’s mind to everyone else.
In spoken language you have a continuous comparison between the thought to express on one side and the choice of the right vocabulary and grammar on the other side. The idea must be put into the right words.
In analogy you will in architecture fall back to syntax and formal vocabulary, which form the basis of constructive principles.
The evolutionary process of a structure as primary structure of a building cannot be dissolved out of the design process, as you cannot dissolve vocabulary and grammar from languages.
We internalize the intention behind an architectural statement and want to make sure that with our knowledge this intention remains visible until the completion of the construction and beyond.