Authors/Contributors

Natasha Liston-Beck

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

B. ARCH

Date

Spring 2020

Keywords

Interior, framework, space, vacuum, code, concept, space

Language

English

Disciplines

Architecture

Description/Abstract

This thesis speculates a changed relationship between bodies and information access, mediated by an omni-orientable, continuous spatial information-interface. The closed world of the spacecraft is a digiphysical reality where these two spatial experiences are utterly entangled such that a person’s movements and engagement with and within this space is defined by the two simultaneously. In preference of depth and specificity of the thesis, this work is not focused on the mechanics or engineering of a spacecraft. But instead it focuses on the spatial and experiential environment, augmented with information.

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