UBC Graduate Research

Mind Your Space Lee, Yang


We all process the external world through our internal consciousness. However, the two are not always necessarily equal because all internal images are interpretations of external stimuli. Our perception of space is defined by our surrounded physical elements along with memory, expectation and imagination. Although we operate in a world with physical limitations, our spatial experience has the potential to exceed these boundaries only if architecture suggests otherwise.

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