Dualism and Sensory Awareness in Architecture and Design

Anna Marie Fisker, Mads Harder Danielsen

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Resumé

By using the term less we focus on architectural heritage; can a heritage from a modernist architect show that less does not exclude more?
In the search for a hierarchy of relevant sustainable investment in architecture our paper focuses on the architect Arne Jacobsen.
We focus on the dualism of privacy, the layers of intimacy and private space, and interpret the sensory awareness that is represented in Jacobsen’s designs.
Into the discussion we draw Mario Praz who uses the term Stimmung to refer to “the sense of intimacy”. We focus on the famous picture of Jacobsen’s chair, model 3107, where the controversial English model Christine Keeler sat astride, and we analyze the photography’s iconic status. Arne Jacobsen also created the Egg. Is the Egg bilateral? Does the back rest create an intimate universe on the inside, and interplay with the strict geometry of the SAS hotel on the outside? We seek the architectural works ability to communicate, seek answers to which languages are spoken – can languages reach beyond the age of the works and spread to a present value? We try to relate the languages of senses and affect to the works of Jacobsen, the sensory awareness to architectural design.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelLess More Architecture Design Landscape : Le Vie dei Mercanti - X Forum Internazionale di Studi
RedaktørerCaterina Cristina Fiorentino, Manuela Piscitelli
Antal sider10
ForlagLa scuola di Pitagora editrice
Publikationsdato2012
Sider956-965
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-88-6542-129-1
StatusUdgivet - 2012
BegivenhedLess More Architecture Design Landscape: Le Vie dei Mercanti_X Forum Internazionale di Studi - Aversa, Capri, Italien
Varighed: 31 maj 20122 jun. 2012

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KonferenceLess More Architecture Design Landscape
LandItalien
ByAversa, Capri
Periode31/05/201202/06/2012

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Language
Dualism
Intimacy
Arne Jacobsen
Egg
Architectural Design
Private Space
Architectural Heritage
Architectural Work
Photography
Geometry
Privacy
Universe
Iconic
Heritage
Layer
Hotels
Modernist Architect

Emneord

  • Dualism
  • Sensory Awareness
  • Sensualism
  • Architectural Heritage

Citer dette

Fisker, A. M., & Danielsen, M. H. (2012). Dualism and Sensory Awareness in Architecture and Design. I C. C. Fiorentino, & M. Piscitelli (red.), Less More Architecture Design Landscape: Le Vie dei Mercanti - X Forum Internazionale di Studi (s. 956-965). La scuola di Pitagora editrice.
Fisker, Anna Marie ; Danielsen, Mads Harder. / Dualism and Sensory Awareness in Architecture and Design. Less More Architecture Design Landscape: Le Vie dei Mercanti - X Forum Internazionale di Studi. red. / Caterina Cristina Fiorentino ; Manuela Piscitelli. La scuola di Pitagora editrice, 2012. s. 956-965
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Dualism and Sensory Awareness in Architecture and Design. / Fisker, Anna Marie; Danielsen, Mads Harder.

Less More Architecture Design Landscape: Le Vie dei Mercanti - X Forum Internazionale di Studi. red. / Caterina Cristina Fiorentino; Manuela Piscitelli. La scuola di Pitagora editrice, 2012. s. 956-965.

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