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How do you experience the world?
Parahippocampal Cortex is involved in material processing via echoes in blind Echolocation experts
Surface Effects: Borromini, Semper, Loos
Q + A: Clifford, Mcgee, Pigram
By Juhani Pallasmaa
Classical Greek Literature epitomised clear vision and visibility as the symbolic precondition of truth and knowledge
is the most
noble of the senses
is one of humanities greatest gifts
How much of the world can we experience through vision alone?
The privileging of vision over the other senses
1224 - 1254
can be linked to
foregrounds the understanding of a
"To what degree can the
thresholds in architecture be articulated through a collaborative interaction of the
Deals with the nature, sources and limits of knowledge that is affiliated with a
reality in architecture.
Generated knowledge has been predicated on modes of
is our primary instrument in relating us with space and time, and giving these dimensions a
[…] As a consequence of this interdependence of space and time, the dialectics of external and internal space, physical and spiritual, material and mental,
unconscious and conscious
priorities concerning the
as well as other relative roles and interactions, have an essential impact on the nature of the arts in architecture.”
Pallasmaa argues that there has been a
of the other
, resulting in an overall impoverishment of haptic realisations in expressive
Practice-based, reflective practice
Expands on ideas and concepts of
Articulates information established by other professionals through
to establish the
All practice is research
into the pedagogical discourse in architecture which was presumed to be solely articulated through spatial geometry.
Links experiences of the
PHYSICAL - SENSORY - COGNITIVE/ EMOTIONAL
sense of reality
and self by integrating our perceptions of the world with ourselves.
are evoked by the analysis of the qualities of substance, space and scale,
through: the eyes, ears, nose, skin,
, skeleton and muscle
Determines the placement of objects from the echoing reflections of self-emitted acoustics.
data used to
of participants' brain activity that was reflected in fMRI scans to prove hypothesis.
can be an alternative to vision, as it can
the experience of one’s
around them from the
of self-emitted clicks.
3 Focus Groups:
3 blind Echolocators, 3 blind non-Echolocators, 3 visually-abled participants =
9 people altogether
Binaural recordings were made in the ears of participants while they produced clicks.
played back recordings to participants.
able to identify
materials, as well as their presence in an empty room.
Blind Echolocators can
use sound to navigate
themselves through spaces, and also experience the quality of
Contain information about the size, shape, location, and material properties of objects in space.
Criticism of Methodology:
The focus groups only consisted of 3 people each!
should have been used to collect more results...
How does this relate to architecture?
draws a scientific association between the
sensory and cognitive
domains of how we
experience objects/ materiality
in spatial conditions.
one example of how the body can be portrayed as the
“locus of perception”
and conscious reflection.
create more knowledge in this field, adding value to the idea of
existing in architecture.
By Milne et al.
By Andrew Benjamin
Benjamin takes on
of co-constructed realities that are integral in architecture.
Promotes an eclectic perspective of the underlying theory in architecture;
of how it is conceived by an individual from the effect of the intrinsic properties of material surfaces.
Draws on the works of
figures and uses
Benjamin defines 3 elements that guide the relationship between theory and surface:
Defining architectural theory;
Recognising that images in architecture form part of a focus in this theory;
Understanding there is a relationship between history and theory.
, reflective process.
research to inform claims.
of iconic artefacts.
used in critical analysis of case studies.
This analysis determines a theoretical position if the surface in architecture,
both as an existing reality and as a theoretical concept.
Basis of claims derived from
research to define how we experience architecture.
to analyse case studies.
Idea of a productive sense of surface can
a range of
which are concerned with the nature of the relationship between the surface and their effects in architecture.
Realisation that can
the way in which
is designed in the
research practice, were qualitative data is derived from
leaders in the field.
Similar research practice used by Pallasmaa
Pervasive towards understanding how to
that embodies the spatial experiences from the combination of the
physical, cognitive and sensorial
domains within reality and the metaphysical world.
can enhance the
by re-engineering the scope of how we experience surface and material, and is the
of how we
and build in
Abstract summarises the works of the Clifford, Mcgee and Pigram as the
"epitome of the architectural discipline,"
saying that they have
established a paradigm of practice
that has been grounded by making, testing and experimentation.
This conclusion is drawn from Patel's analysis of the
data generated from the interview.
from interview in abstract.
Patel's claim in the abstract is ambiguous and denotive of an infinitely complex world of which the ideas of digital technologies can be variably explored on numerous levels.
Patel generates connections between discourses analysed and the social space of practice-based, research projects.
reflects ideologies of participants.
of iconic artefacts.
dimension of discourse, in which participants have personal
of which they are being questioned on.
By Sneha Patel
of the participants' practice.
Questions based on intentions of further
in digital culture for the conception, manufacturing and construction processes.
Questions encourage participants to
of the social, historical and ideological forces prevailing in their work.
All practice becomes research in this field, predicated on modes of interpretation of knowledge drawn from authority.
Industry professionals are already encouraging the digital progression in architecture and construction.
Reformat the way individuals experience the physical world
To what degree can the multi-sensory thresholds in architecture be articulated through a collaborative interaction of the material and digital realms?
of articulation in the multi-sensory dimension of architecture is possible through a synergic correlation between the material and digital realms.