According to Friedman (2017, p. 19), the Salk Institute is a place for
studying historical, biological sciences, and contemporary architectural
experiences, perspectives, and theories. Its renowned scientists assess the
intrinsic foundations of life and seek to understand genetics, plant biology,
immunology, among others. The Salk Institute was designed by Luois Khan in his
attempts to show the role played by memory in architecture in relation to
promoting significant contributions, fostering belongingness, and encouraging
mediation (Margalith, 2020, p. 603). Memory acts as a living phenomenon to the Salk
Institute. Since memory allows for poetic dwelling, it also presents the
significance of the built environment in transforming societies as places to
redefine peoples’ ambition for the future and recollect their past.
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