By Christian Borch
There's a growing to be information of the atmospheric dimensions of structure in modern architectural perform in addition to in social and architectural conception. Architectural Atmospheres presents a pointed, programmatic dialogue of this atmospheric flip. The e-book is key analyzing for architects, planners, and social theorists who take an curiosity in how we adventure structure and in easy methods to enhance architectural and concrete layout.
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Entsuji-Temple: View through the Buddhist garden including the landscape: Hiei-san, 2005–7. 47 Gernot Böhme produced by the locals through their lives, but which is noticed first by the stranger as a characteristic. This is why the atmosphere of a city is not the same as its image. The image of a city is the consciously projected self-portrait and the sum of its advantages that an outsider might enjoy. Moreover – to come to the second point – by ‘the atmosphere of a city’ we understand something characteristic, that is, something peculiar to the city, what makes it individual and therefore cannot be communicated in general concepts.
The anthropologist Ashley Montagu confirms the primacy of the tactile realm based on medical evidence: ‘[The skin] is the oldest and the most sensitive of our organs, our first medium of communication, and our most efficient protector […] Even the transparent cornea of the eye is overlain by a layer of modified skin […] Touch is the parent of our eyes, ears, nose, and mouth. It is the sense that became differentiated into the others, a fact that seems to be recognised in the age-old evaluation of touch as “the mother of the senses”’ (1971: 3).
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Architectural Atmospheres: On the Experience and Politics of Architecture by Christian Borch