Architecture, Materiality, Collage, Sequencing
"With recent development of computer technologies there has been change in our notion of materiality. We can define our age as flow of information and architecture capture this flow and creates more complex conceptions and interactions through the space. Recent researches on materialism, typological forms, field gradients and diagramming define a new methodology in design approach, which can respond the dynamism and flow. However architectural form is still inseparable from the way we experience the world, which involves our senses and perceptions. It is possible to adopt cinematic techniques of collage and sequencing in computer-generated forms to create continuous references in spatial understanding."
Savaskan, Dincer, "Perception of Space in Topological Forms" (2012). Architecture Thesis Prep. 190.
Syracuse University School of Architecture submission
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