Void
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Void
Void
Void

Void

An apartment, a building, a settlement or a city can be constructed from or reflected upon units that make up a whole, from a communication system for approaching and departing from the units and from a void (negative space) that is being framed. This time we explored voids.
A void is not featureless. It is determined by marginal conditions. It is open to signification. It is a part of a greater whole. It possesses marginal conditions: a clearly legible boundary, a soft membrane; a number of givens, the environment; something that influences and shapes it or something that is protected. We were searching for rules in relations among emptiness, boundary and environment. Since a void is not determined or filled by a programme, each time it is de/signified anew. We explored which programmes signified and de-signified a void, how, and to which degree. A void is very vital. It appears in different measures/densities. It changes. Like a space between two persons who communicate. We researched how measure, density and void interact. The connection between modalities of use and phenomenological characteristics of a room is architectonic. We explored phenomenological characteristics of the void.
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