Narrative Representation in Architecture
This booklet explores the term "architectural narrative", which applies a mode of describing architectural events by representing, perceiving and organizing the spaces and signaling design intentions. The booklet discusses the relationship between narrative and architecture, and narrative thinking as a mode of architectural creation. The first part introduces how the methodology can be considered a form of representation, how it illustrates the relationship between storytelling and architecture, and how the two areas influence each other. The second part shows three categories of projects which explored architectural narrative to describe the space and events. In these projects, architectural narrative served the study of body movements, the life of an object, and virtual technology for the design of space.
architecture design; narrative; representation; space and event; virtual technology
Simitch, Andrea Lee
Chi, Lily H.
Master of Science
Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
dissertation or thesis
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