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Oland Marianis Architecture Architectural History Thomas Thiis-Evensen Archetypes in Architecture Published in English In this book Thomas Thiis-Evensen is developing a grammar which is linked to the basic elements in the art of building — the floor, the wall, and the roof.
Centred around examples from architectural history, specific archetypes are discussed which serve as themes over which these elements vary.
The archetypes can be viewed from various angles. The work at Pages: hand deals with how these archetypes affect us psychologically. In ISBN: terms of architecture, it is a question of the relationship between inside and outside, and the role of the archetypes in that context. This relationship is described as a dynamic interaction between inside and outside space — an issue which exists regardless of time or place.
Additionally, emphasis is given to the commonalities which comprise our experiences of architecture. This means that the archetypes are also carriers of specific meanings, which in turn influence the experience of the relationship between inside and outside.
The aim of this book is design-oriented. With a more accurate Thomas Thiis-Evensen is an knowledge of the archetypes and their variations, schematic architect and a professor at the Oslo School of Architecture. In addition, one should be able to arrive at a more solid foundation for the emotional aspects of architecture.
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ARCHETYPES IN ARCHITECTURE THOMAS THIIS-EVENSEN PDF
As a motion, the roof rises or falls. The walls stand up or sink, the floor spreads out, climbs, or descends. That which rises is light, that which falls is heavy. And if the roof is bright and soft as a sail, it is open.
Archetypes in architecture
Archetypes in Architecture