The interlocutor and the metropolis
Rockrise, Peter Lund
Master of Architecture
Architecture can be defined as the manifold of space, movements, and events. This project, located in the City, utilizes movement as the primary ordering device for the production of space and the encounter of events. Movement, both determined and aleatory, can be understood to have spatial consequences which locate and materialize the architectural project. The repertoire and methodology of this thesis utilizes analytic portraits of observed movements within an urban context to determine the location, extent, density, and program of the architectural project. This thesis posits that form and space which is produced in this manner will be primarily conditioned by the local contexts and has the potential to proliferate relationships with those contexts.
Urban planning; Regional planning