Bringing Space to Life

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Bringing Space to Life

Postby civilengineergroup.com » Thu Dec 02, 2010 8:12 am

All too often, architectural designs rely more heavily on just one primary sense – the visual one.space Bringing Space to Life The other senses are unfortunately frequently neglected. This is unfortunate since it is through the senses that architecture can have profound effect. For instance, architectural building can more truly relate to the surrounding culture through all of the senses. Addressing historic, traditional or present-day cultural patterns can make a work of architecture a success when the senses are not ignored.

The architect must act as a composer that orchestrates space into a synchronization for function and beauty through the senses – and how the human body engages space is of prime importance. As the human body moves, sees, smells, touches, hears and even tastes within a space – the architecture comes to life.

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