perception, interaction, library, library design, Bird Library, Syracuse, metaphysical, meaning in architecture
"Architecture can teach an observer about itself both physically and metaphysically; this can be managed though interactive processes which demand haptic experiences.
(Methodoloy:) To investigate the capacities of mechanistic or interactive devices to reveal meaning (physical and metaphysical); and to eventually develop at full (or large) scale an artifact capable of operating through functional and meaningful interactions with a user."
Mitchell, Caleb, "Methods of Perception" (2001). Architecture Thesis Prep. 146.
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Advisors: Robert Corser / Randall Korman / Ivan Markov