and thus portray the unserious manner of this group of architect-to-be in designing.
“Changes never answer the end”, an English proverb best describe technology that use in
the future. It is possible that in the future, the methods used to design will be much morecompact and outstanding. Hence, we should think of the possibility of replacing thetraditional method with the new method of computer technology for the benefit of all. Istrongly believe that the computer-rendered technique should be implemented to replace thetraditional hand-drawn technique because it helps architects to generate and explore newforms in design, it helps to design effectively, and it helps architects to accomplish adesired career milestone.
_________________________________________2.0 THE CASE AGAINSTTHE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER-GENERATED SOFTWARE
In this section, the view is been considered whereby the negative aspects ofimplementing the computer-generated replacing the hand-drawn technique are raised. Theissue of changing the culture of design and lack of experience in the traditional method of thehand-drawn technique are highlighted to oppose the idea of implementing the newtechnology.
____________________________________________________2.1 RADICALCULTURAL SHIFT
Laiserin and Linn (2001) state,
The digital technology is significant change of designculture and influencing our core understanding of what it means to be an architect,: (p.166).Referring to what has been mentioned by the writers, it is believed that this new methodwhich uses the digital technology has imposed a radical cultural shift in this field. Back inhistory, architects who were also known as master builders, applied their skills in hand-drawntechnique to speak their design intention. Such work which requires a conscious detail andconcentration has impressed the viewers all over the world with its extraordinary beauty andstyle.