Gordon Pask diagram explaining the relation between enviornment and observer.
Gordon Pask defined cyberarchitecture as a system structured by the following stages:
- Objectives: limits and evolution.
- Environmental materials.
- Selection of system invariants.
- Adaptation to the environment.
- Development Plan.
Pask defines the selection of invariants and the evolution of the system as a relation between its stability and its transformation. Thus, cyberarchitecture can be understood as an open system in continuous interaction with the environment, between the system and the eco-system, whose main characteristic, complexity, requires the formation of an interdisciplinary structure.