Opposition: Man versus Climate and Enclosure
1. Umbrella: a collapsable frame covered with a waterproof material that folds out into a bowl shape. It allows a person to walk outside in the rain underneath it without getting wet.
2. Awnings: a covering that is located above a door or window in order to protect from precipitation or provide shde. They allow one to stand right outside the door without getting wet. For those who smoke, can do so with out any interference with precipitation.
3. Ponchos: plastic/waterproof jacket or large covering with a hood to protect one from precipitation (i.e. rain). Allows one to remain dry with rain outside.
Whether it is a quick fix or a well thought out architectual solution, people resolve oppositions every day. From designing buildings to fit the building codes and to survive natural disasters and creating airplanes with wings to fly and survive major turbulence to umbrellas for the everyday use, all are solutions to everday oppositions. Nature and the physical world is the place in which we live; thus, we must design in order to survive within in. In cases such as rain, enveloping the opposition is necessary. Letting the opposition sculpt its form would cause unwanted damage (regardless of its miniscuity); thus, developing quick fixes is the most realistic idea.