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Against the dry Manifesto: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1V3Bg7WnEuABeVAq3E5teTf-h6HxUruoq/view?usp=sharing
The modern era's consummation of "Dryness" has contributed to the rise of inequality throughout architecture and society. "Dryness" is what defines the current trend where it simply criticizes the in-create disconnection between existing and new builds. Nowadays, This paper analyzes and compares the theory of "wet" and "dry" design. The article expounds on the relation between architectural ideas and modern needs and how theory influences design in the contemporary era. The paper analyzes the connection between them, discussing the widespread usage of architectural approaches in modern design through the observation from indigenous living in Bangkachao Bangkok. The layer of nature is separated from the concrete coating. The study will conclude with the "utopian planning proposal," which touches on all the subjects that made the city more "wet." The plan was called "fluid design," which included the allocation of the site, the architecture, and the community. Which mainly benefits the local people where the purpose is that they can live without modernism but think of it as an existing nature.