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Theory for Advanced Architecture: Relational Logics

Course about the relational logics that are given between the advanced architecture and the environment. To make this relation explicit, I focused on the perceptive phenomena originated among the domestic spaces and elements annexed to these. Specifically, on the analysis of some exemplary singular houses to show the six kinds of relational logics presented across them: Positional relations, system by illation; Metaphorical relations, systems by analogy; Atmospherical relations, systems by interaction; Intangible relations, systems by correlation; Disturbed relations, systems by alteration; Environmental relations, systems by energy.

Directors: Manuel Gausa, Maite Bravo, Ricardo Devesa.