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Posted by  mainak on July 27, 2003 at 13:20:07:

In Reply to:  meta-physics and architecture posted by Iwan on July 26, 2003 at 18:48:59:

hi iwan,
yes i think the architectural influence on our senses both
at concious and unconconcious level is quite prevalent.
but in most of the cases such as the temple, discos or
nightclubs the effect on out psychology is in the range of
extremes thus they are very predominant inevitably so
perceptible. and you would also notice that for a temple or
night clubs etc. we have a preassigned set of thinking process
they are that is why similar in their space-feeling respect.

actually our mind get set to accepting a certain place as
disco and another a temple, it develops thorough gradual
seeing and understanding, over time and the society, the
predominant culture the economy everything affects our thinking
process 'equally exhaustively' thus the psychological aspect
of a space is somewhat intutive that is what proved over time.

but the reason for that link must have been interesting.......
well for now i think carring on with a topic as such would be
challanging.
take care.

 
 
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