Problems With Modern Architecture

When contemplating the wide world of architectural design it’s important to note many names projects and governments involved throughout the ages. One might only consider the modern pieces of architectural monstrosities but the real genius of architecture was many centuries ago. Although that is not what I’m writing about today. No sirree bob!!! Umm… anyway, the architecture of today is pretty balling and I want to tell you why I believe so.

First of all we use steel. Lots of it. To heck and over with all the people that say we should make all our buildings out of tofu and grass skirts or whatever. Steel is the only way to go baby. Do you know why the Titanic sunk? Not because it was made of too much metal, but because there wasn’t enough. More steel is always better. That is why the statue of liberty came from France. America would never build something that big out of copper. So anyway, steel is the way to go.

Now I want to talk about the lack of pointy things incorporated into our modern architecture. They used to do it all the time with middle aged castles. I don’t see what the problem is. Why can’t all of our structures have pointy turrets and jauntily directed javelin like objects. Preferably made of steel of course. (Refer to paragraph 2) I don’t care where they point as long as they point. They can point north or south or east or west. They can point up or they can point down. They can point this way or they can point that way. End of story.

Next I believe that the utmost importance when it comes to modern day architecture is flamboyancy!! We need to tell the world that we are not afraid to put our manhood on the line when it comes to our structures. There is nothing wrong with pink when it comes to starburst candies so why should we let a pastel color scheme frighten us off a dazzling finish that we know the people really want to see. Our adoring public awaits as they are garbed in their finest striped silk blouse combinations to see our true flavorful and robust display of true and proper building design.

Now that you have been given a complete and comprehensive view and layout of proper architecture it is your duty and responsibility to carry these traits and principles into all of your own projects. Whether it be for an eighth grade science project or the next technological achievement it’s up to you.