Multifunctional spaces, cross pollination, collective learning, multi-use, story telling
Architecturally influenced, specialized spaces for storytelling disciplines will create a place of collective learning that promotes social interaction and creative cross pollination. Multifunctional spaces that use architecture to target the social dimension may become a vehicle for testing this contention. The vehicle would be a ‘storytelling incubator space’ that will specialize in film/animation/comics and other storytelling medium, thus resulting in a multi-use space that’s purpose is to create a place of collective learning. Using architecture as a motivator, the space would have highly specific workstations with spatial elements that would directly influence workflow and collaboration between students/people.
Kassim, Omal-Hoda, "The Spatial Implications of Creative Collaboration Spaces" (2015). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 297.
Syracuse School of Architecture 2015
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