Tag Archives: Atmosphere

Architecture as an intent of Accident, Of Roots, Possibilities, and the Spaces in Between

T6-Sou Fujimoto Of Roots, Possibilities, and the Spaces in Between Sou Fujimoto’s philosophy is defined that architecture and nature have this space in between – a space for people not to just live in but rather to explore and fulfill it by themselves; a space that creates a natural environment and a metamorphic reaction or [...]

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Can I have an atmosphere?

    The architecture of the atmosphere   What is the atmosphere? Is it gas that surround the earth? Is it the climate? Is it the sound and smell of living creatures that fill in a certain space? The text written by Mark Wigley raises a discourse about ‘atmosphere’ in relevance to architecture. He believes [...]

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The Architecture of Atmosphere – One city

  Summary of T3-Wigley-Arch Atmosphere-Daidalos68-1998 The text by Mark Wigley deals with the atmosphere in the context of the buildings. The atmosphere is outside the buildings and the atmosphere occupies the space between a building and its context. The atmosphere activates your senses. The atmosphere can be physical as fx moisture and sounds, and gets [...]

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