From landmark architecture to everyday space

presentation at CSA Taiwan annual conference 2023.03.11 and sharing at NCKU 03.16 Our understanding of “cultural infrastructure” is usually the landmark architecture like the museum or the opera house, such as this case of the Lincoln Centre in New York City. Built in the 1960s, it is a grand structure sitting on the high plinth… Continue reading From landmark architecture to everyday space

Reading public space through plan drawings

Cultural architecture is usually discussed in terms of its formal aesthetic or symbolic meaning, and the actual experienced space receive less attention than the exterior imagery. Urban experience is often studied in social science, although only with marginal connection to the design and programming of architectural space. Therefore, a renewed perspective to look at the… Continue reading Reading public space through plan drawings