3 Interesting articles on the Experience of Architecture Post written by Simon Droog. Follow him on Twitter. I'm always reading articles about architecture and the experience of architecture online. I thought I'd share 3 that you might find interesting. 1. Multiplicity and Memory: Talking About Architecture with Peter Zumthor I've always been a big fan … Continue reading Designed environment and experience
How much should we listen to and follow clients/end users?
The Role of the Architect Post written by Simon Droog. Follow him on Twitter. I've been following a very interesting topic on pushpullbar.com on Physiology and psychology in Architecture and a member named Sudark posted a very intriguing question. I thought I'd share his ideas with you, followed by some of my personal thoughts on … Continue reading How much should we listen to and follow clients/end users?
Twitter your dream house
While browsing for interesting architecture, I found a graduation project that you might find interesting. I really like the method used to discover the concerns of the user. An excellent example of user participation in the design process. Twitter as a source of inspiration For their graduation project, eleven Bachelor’s students spent eavesdropping on other … Continue reading Twitter your dream house
3 Interesting Points of View on the Experience of Architecture
While browsing around, I found some very interesting articles. I thought I'd share 3 of them with you today. 1. What Every Architect Should Ask Him/Herself Maria talks about the benefits of Environmental Psychology for architects. It can teach architects ways to create environments more suited to the needs, wishes and desires of its occupants. … Continue reading 3 Interesting Points of View on the Experience of Architecture