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What is Interior Landscape

Handbook of Research on Methodologies for Design and Production Practices in Interior Architecture
Images that are formed in the mind through the on-going process of absorbing sensorial information from the environment and sense-making through experience. It involves memory and psychophysiological states and is exclusive to the individual. The level of abstraction of such images varies according to each body and situation, for example, the internal landscape of a congenitally blind individual differs considerably from that of an individual with the sense of vision.
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Corporeal Architecture: A Methodology to Teach Interior Design and Architecture With a Focus on Embodiment
Maria da Piedade Ferreira (Fakultät für Architektur, Technischen Universität München (TUM), Germany)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7254-2.ch020
This chapter describes a teaching method, corporeal architecture, which uses performance art and neuroscience to teach interior design and architecture with a focus on embodiment and experience. The method sets new approaches to teach design, as it integrates design, neuroscience, and performance art and brings awareness to the importance of multi-sensory experience. The interaction with design objects at different scales is taken as an opportunity to investigate how the human body relates to space and allow the exploration of affordances through movement. Students are instructed with physical exercises and encouraged to design, build, and perform with objects such as chairs, cabinets and tables, installations, existing buildings, and public spaces. The performances explore narratives which reveal or subvert expectations we have around design objects. The methodology has a background in phenomenology, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Juhani Pallasmaa; Antonio Damásio in neuroscience; and Oskar Schlemmer, Marina Abramovic, and Stelarc in Performance Art.
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