This paper begins to examine the similarities and differences between virtual space and real space, as taken from anarchitectural (as opposed to a biological, psychological, geographic, philosophical or information theoretic)standpoint. It continues by introducing a number of criteria, suggested by the authors as being necessary for virtualspace to be used in a manner consistent with our experience of real space. Finally, it concludes by suggesting apedagogical framework for the benefits and associated learning outcomes of the study and examination of thisrelationship. This is accompanied by examples of recent student work, which set out to investigate this relationship.
|Published - Apr 2002
|90th Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) - New Orleans, Louisiana
Duration: 1 Apr 2002 → …
|90th Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)
|1/04/02 → …