Everything, in some shape or form, is a part of a larger system which then falls into a larger system and so on and so forth. Architecture is not an exception. Architecture has its own system that ties in to local and global systems. Systems and architecture are intertwined due to fact that there has to be some sort of demand for architecture. We can see that in real time as the real estate market is still rebounding from the current state of the economy. Less demands for buildings calls for less demands for the number of buildings being built. On a lighter note, Architecture has a more simple system that it is tied in. the most basic levels may be students going to school to become architects and then those students becoming licensed architects, commissioning projects. The most basic systems branch out and connect to larger systems creating a larger network of systems.
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