architectural engagement, experience, perception, Old North Avenue Bridge, South Boston
"Architecture transcends the act of 'making space' when it can engage the visitor through the realization of the what had yet to be perceived. This didactic realization can be accomplished through a series of specific moments which relate directly to the entirety of the complete experience. The sequence can be so intense or emotional that the visitor recognizes that they are meant to interact with the architecture through the varying levels of engagement and understanding."
Bancroft, Aaron, "The Specific Engagement: A Didactic Center in Collaboration With the Adjacent Children's Museum" (2001). Architecture Thesis Prep. 174.
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