We read the building with its history and its influences on the environment of Prague. During the production process, we had been discussing this correlation between the influences and Prague as in one concept was “emerging”.
“The basic themes are always the same. They may be summarized by notions such as self-determination, self-organization, and self-renewal; by the recognition of a systemic interconnectedness over space and time of all natural dynamics; by the logical supremacy of processes over spatial structures; by the role of fluctuations which render the law of large numbers invalid and give a chance to the individual and its creative imagination; by the openness and creativity of an evolution which is neither in its emerging and decaying structures, not in the end result, predetermined.” (Erich Jantsch, Astrophysicist, The Self-Organizing Universe, p. 8)
“The phenomenon of emergence takes place at critical points of instability that arise from fluctuations in the environment, amplified by feedback loops. Emergence results in the creation of novelty, and this novelty is often qualitatively different from the phenomenon out of which it emerged.” (Fritjof Capra, The Tao of Physics)