Towards a phenomena-oriented architecture
Baggett, Neal Stuart
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Architecture's focus on the visual faculty omits potential dialogue with the tactile, auditory and proprioceptive ones. We have become a culture encouraged to live in that visual sense. The question is if Architecture can begin to engage the body and the sense for the user to have a more robust and fulfilling experience. This thesis rekindles dialogue with all sense perceptions with an architecture that engages the varying aspects of the built environment: texture, relationship and scale.