In this paper, the horizons of place are discussed in relation to the work of danish architect Jørn Utzon. As one of the most significant personalities of nordic architecture in the second half of the twentieth century, Utzon created a body of work that deals with place in profound and unexpected ways. While previous scholarship by Christian Norberg-Schulz and others has focused on regional aspects, or regional versus international aspects, this paper understands places in Utzon's Bayview project in a broaderb sense. Considering this project within contemporary place notions, opens for new understandings of his work. In doing so, the paper aims at approaching architecture and phenomenology through tensional relationships in the places of Utzon's Bayview project.
|Status||Udgivet - 2007|
|Begivenhed||Architecture and Phenomenology International Conference - Haifa, Israel|
Varighed: 13 maj 2007 → 17 maj 2007
|Konference||Architecture and Phenomenology International Conference|
|Periode||13/05/2007 → 17/05/2007|
- Jørn Utzon
Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)