Architecture Movement Notation

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Show simple item record Leveille, Corissa 2012-05-21T15:50:13Z 2012-05-21T15:50:13Z 2012-04-27
dc.description.abstract Without an architectural place, a human body cannot survive and without the body, what then becomes the point of architectural spaces? The history behind architecture and the body has grown together since the evolution of man. Humans spend most of their day in some type of architectonic environment. With the constant analysis of what makes a good architectural space, the mind begins to ask, where is the body involved in the design of architecture? What happens if the body and architecture are studied simultaneously to gain more knowledge on what it is that actually invokes a physical response to architectural spaces? This thesis looks to question the preexisting singular notational systems and tries to merge them together to create a comprehensive analytical tool for gauging the interactions between architecture and the human body. By studying the basic principles of dance notations by Ecole de Beaux Arts trained Rudolf Van Laban to the post-modern experiential architectural notations by Halprin, Lynch and Theil, this work will explore how and why a current notation has not previously existed as well as find a break through in a new architectural method of thought. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.title Architecture Movement Notation en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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