CHRIS BRIBACH
ARCHIECTURAL DESIGN
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EXPERIENTIAL ARCHITECTURE  The artful manipulation of decisions can create a pathway of experience that not only defines a situation but can affect the creation of built space. The artifacts that remain become a record of that experience. Architectural space created in this way hold emotive qualities as defined by the artful experience. The layering of decisions that result in built form are products of experiencial design. These are studies in human situationalist experiences and how that relates to designed environments.


COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS  Moving through the built environment is an unavoidable experience that shapes our lives. There is great potential for an intuitive approach to building and experiencing architecture. Nature has a more highly evolved complexity, it has an ability to adapt and identify a more direct approach to structure and design; Which reveals a link between natural adaptive systems, and the architectural experience.

 

 
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