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Spatial experiments: Designing a space for living, working, playing and sleeping

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Title: Spatial experiments: Designing a space for living, working, playing and sleeping
Author: Qano, Fani
Advisor: El-Dahdah, Fares
Degree: Master of Architecture thesis
Abstract: "Spatial experiments" is a thesis based on a design build approach. The design process was always closely connected to its execution within a limited time frame and budget possibilities. The first impetus for this thesis was a restructuring of the space for everyday living. It is not a criticism of any existing types of spatial arrangements, rather a personal take on living space. The design consists of moveable panels that serve as partitions, furniture and lighting devices. The design was site specific. It dealt with one particular space within the Rice University School of Architecture. At the same time, it is a design that can be adopted to many different spatial conditions. The aim was to provide a framework of support for activities within a limited space. In a limited space, the design reveals its full potential.
Citation: Qano, Fani. (2002) "Spatial experiments: Designing a space for living, working, playing and sleeping." Masters Thesis, Rice University. http://hdl.handle.net/1911/17542.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/17542
Date: 2002

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