Questions of Perception: Phenomenology of Architecture Steven Holl, Juhani Pallasmaa, Alberto Perez-Gomez
Publisher: William Stout
Architects and students who are bored to death by OMA, MVRDV, Hadid, and the rest of the New Postmodernists will find consolation — and inspiration — in this book. It is design-space that temporally re-calibrates its relationship with the outside world, repeatedly and through time, either by actively transforming its physical and conceptual boundaries, or through translating its phenomenological perception by the user. I think personal interaction He is interested in the sensory perceptions that result from the built environment. (1994) Questions of Perception: Phenomenology of Architecture (p. (1962) Experiencing Architecture, 2nd Edition 6. This new edition of Questions of Perception brings back into print one of the most important architectural theory treatise of recent years. Architecture from the Inside Out: From the Body, the Senses, the Site and the Community. That is precisely why “The Cerebral Hut” is And consequently it creates a collective architectural form, which questions the static notions of space and conclusive perceptions of design. This interplay between individual parts that create a harmonious whole can be related to the question of personal interaction affecting the built environment. Norberg-Schultz believes But, instead of focusing on the old language like Heidegger, he looks at poetry, which seems like an appropriate metaphor for phenomenology in architecture.