UBC Graduate Research

No - thing Gowda, Vinayak


Present day architectural methods are bound by the linear conception of time. Through architecture, not only do we mark our spatial boundaries, but we also indicate our temporal becoming and existence. “We identify ourselves with this space, this place, this moment, and these dimensions become ingredients of our very existence”. This thesis is an attempt to evoke the importance of the temporality of space in the architectural design.With this temporality of spaces comes memory. Architecture then becomes a reference point of the memory.

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