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Posted by  Iwan on July 26, 2003 at 18:48:59:

hello clever people..wonder if there is anyone out there who could give me some suggestions on furthering my ideas on my dissertaion..im starting to think about topics and i thought about meta-physics and would like to explore the idea of a 'higher' physical or unconcious state within architecture..am a bit worried that i will get stuck up my own arse with it all, but this is what i'm thinking....

i thought about sacred spaces or art orientated architecture; galleries, theatres- and how one can get in touch with their meta-physical entity and looking how the architecture reacts to our conciousness..?

or maybe drug related architecture, i.e. nightclubs that are designed for recreational drug use..and comparing the spaces to temples where people get into a 'higher state of conciousness'

am i talking shit?..these are ideas-could someone give me some sensible suggestions on what i should read or look into..

thankyou

 
 
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