PDF version available on: http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/79%2016%20wint%201.pdf
The Atmosphere symposia (University of Manitoba, CA) explore the intangible and overlooked dimensions of design, planning & architecture – those difficult to pin down, document, or record with conventional instruments and methodologies.
Date: 25-27 February 2016
Location: Faculty of Architecture, University of Manitoba – 201 John A. Russell Building, Winnipeg (Canada)
Cities grow up and change in time.
In 2012, a group of architects, psychologists, artists, and scientists met to debate about rethinking building methodologies of city, through the concept of atmosphere.
In this contribution, Jürgen Weidinger shows a specific methodology to design atmospheric spaces, and evaluating ideas and projects.