Coordinated by Mário João Alves Chaves. The flexiexistentialista society is the paradox of deterministic society, in a time totally focused on science and technology, through knowledge, it is necessary to have transversal visions, that can cover all social, cultural, academic, political, economic, religious, scientific, technical, philosophical, linguistic situations. interconnect, require the ability of the actors to be concatenated.
Architects have this ability to architect, form and abstractly conceive the links between all parties, by understanding and systematize the different components that are provided to society.
The flexiexistencialista society, continuously plastic, elastic and with a degree of hardness intrinsically adaptable to the circumstances of extraordinary capacity of mutation and evolution, architects are flexiexistentialists because they know how to shape and adapt to the society that shapes and consubstantiates them, but also because they can be the leaders in fostering interaction among all social agents.
Architects can be the managers of the complexities that arise with each advent, each of them happens in a social circumstance that must occur in a constructible singularity to which the architect gives shape and context. There is architecture in everything, we are all flexiexistentialists.