Architecture with a Capital “A”
Technologies get obsolete within 1 year, applications are replaced in 10 years, but the strong visions would survive more than 100 years.
Throughout this book we have invoked the notion of Architecture with a capital “A”; the idea being that, unlike architecture, which refers to the design and construction of buildings, Architecture refers to the organizational principles of a collection of objects, a concept or a system, which give it a basis for order, structure, change, or growth (Figure 7.1). Architecture, in this sense, is one of the essential qualities of design on Trillions Mountain. For a film on Architecture, see http://trillions.maya.com/Architecture.