An endemic architecture: On building culture between solid and fluid matter

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Studiet dokumenterer grundforskning inden for et felt der betegnes arkitektonisk endemicitet forstået som medieringer mellem naturfænomener og arkitektur. Det er en undersøgelse af, hvordan de to gensidigt kan dirigere hinanden og danne bygninger af fast stof og klimaer af flydende stof, og frembringe umiskendelig stedsspecificitet i arkitekturen. I anerkendelsen af en ofte udtrykt bekymring om tab af arkitektonisk følsomhed overfor miljøet, ønskes det med undersøgelsen at afsøge det tabte og hvordan det kan genopstå i arkitektonisk kreativitet igennem studier af de bevægelige elementer, sol, vind og vand.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
ForlagKADK
Antal sider289
StatusUdgivet - 2019

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An endemic architecture : On building culture between solid and fluid matter. / Hummel Lee, Alex.

KADK, 2019. 289 s.

Publikation: Bog / Antologi / Afhandling / RapportPh.d.-afhandlingForskning

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