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|Title: ||Packing: An Architect's Guide|
|Authors: ||Lacalamita, Andrea|
|Approved Date: ||19-Aug-2011 |
|Date Submitted: ||15-Jul-2011 |
|Abstract: ||A study of packing constructs a critique of the everyday: a dialogue between chaos and order, surface and area, interior and exterior, gravity and lightness.
In search of tangible expression of the spatial processes I am responsible for, I have become both master architect and expert packer. I have composed this thesis the same way I pack: I have assembled piles of fragments, regrouped them, reconsidered, edited, alloted them more or less space. Things have become more and less valuable. Quotes and images are precious, like artifacts, tucked delicately between text-filled pages. Each word I write, each line I draw, creates a boundary, a parcel, a unit of space set apart from the white of the page.
This book is my suitcase.|
|Department: ||School of Architecture|
|Degree: ||Master of Architecture|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Engineering Theses and Dissertations |
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