At its most fundamental level, architecture is the symbol and physical proof of stability in our daily lives. It’s solid, immovable, unchanging. It’s also where we conduct all of the activities that make modern life possible. It doesn’t matter if there’s a heat wave, whether a team loses a game, or our car breaks down: buildings, roads, and homes will still be there. Perhaps that’s precisely why we’re fascinated by seeing that certainty undermined.