Environmental problems are as serious as they are pervasive. We are mandated to establish solutions and incorporate them into the design process. Architecture as an agent of cohesion explores the Integration of contextual impact into our built environment, by identifying the key criteria of a civic project: What is the biggest problem, what is the optimal solution?
People evolve generation after generation, thus the use of spaces alters considerably, grafted architecture becomes a vital part of the design process. This approach has the capability to adapt and regenerate when responding to contemporary contextual and environmental factors that surround it. Architecture as an agent of cohesion has the capacity to regenerate new life into poorly utilized urban and rural spaces allowing for perpetual alterations and pliability.