The paper will summarize several years of research on architectural thoeries and practices. The introduction describes three parallel axis of research, a) The psico-genetic analisys of children's conceptions of places to live in, b) The historical and political basis of architecture and C) The critical analyses of architectural theories of modernity in the last century. The common link among these three different axis of research points to the central argument of the present paper: the sociophysical form of the Art to make Architecture in the most genuine aristotelian sense. This hypotesis is supported in the second chapter by study cases of sociophysical transformations in Catalonia in the last ten years. (The study cases will simultaneously conform an exhibit at the Conference in Thessalonika) The third chapter will expand the notion of sociophysical art, or Art to make Architecture, by saying that morphogenetic transformations are the key to understand the sociophysical nature of architecture. These morphogenetic transformations evolve from the antropomorphic architecture by children to our soclomorphic artificial buildings and cities. Finally as an hommage to the greek culture and to the Aristotelian University, the Dialogue is presented as the most sophisticated and human last stage of the morphogenetic analysis of architecture. We just began to understand the richness and the significance of this last stage for human survival.