A profound architectural experience can invoke a memorable response. Admired for its figure, architecture is space. A structure is solid material and architectural space is void for experience and use. Architectural space is formed by a building’s physical body (e.g. structure and materials). While built form is a sign for architectural identity, architecture is identified… Continue reading What Is Architecture?
The public realm is the total sum of space that is disposed to the general population. It is planned, architected, designed, allocated, and has clearly marked access that is open at predictable or designated times. The vast areas of the public realm are landscape, wilderness, or hinterland country. Out there, nature rules its visitors. At… Continue reading The Heavyweight Client in Public Space