Designers and architects have traditionally maintained control over their design work by employing explanatory, analytical, generative, or representational ideas directly linked to the principles of human understanding and interpretation. Of course, any human-centric approach is associated by definition with subjective phenomena and personal interpretations. Within that realm, any logic that deals with the evaluation or production of form must be, by default, both understandable and open to interpretation and criticism. The problem with this approach is that it does not allow thoughts to transcend beyond the sphere of human understanding. In fact, while it praises and celebrates the uniqueness and complexity of the human mind, it becomes also resistant to theories that point out the potential limitations of the human mind.