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By Graeme Brooker

Explores the way during which an inside house should be manipulated throughout the exact placement of kinds. This name describes the rules underpinning the layout of items, and their placement in the inside area. It additionally discusses the impression that this has upon the nature and notion of the gap.

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This is especially relevant within domestic design; urban space is ever more limited and a quiet outside refuge is a valuable and often vital resource. The courtyard can also make a dramatic architectural statement, particularly within a public building. For example, it presents the art gallery with the opportunity to engage with the exterior world without the need for the visitor to actually leave the premises. This inside/outside space is ideal for a moment of relaxation during the intense journey through the succession of interiors-focussed gallery rooms.

Above: View towards the mezzanine The preparation area hovers above the café area. Right: First floor plan The balcony occupies most of this double-height space. Far right: Ground floor plan The space is free to allow for movement and interaction. Methods of organisation > Form > Materials 048+049 Form Above: View toward arcoseleum The sarcophogi nestle beneath their shelter. Objects in the new interior Left: The Brion Tomb The architect exploits the organic nature of the site. ’ Carlo Scarpa Brion Monumental Tomb Location: San Vito d’Altivole, Italy Date: 1978 Designer: Carlo Scarpa A particular object can become the focus of a design, it can be the point to which everything else defers.

Above: The chapel The chapel appears to float ethereally upon the water. ’ Gordon Cullen Eden Court Theatre Name: Eden Court Theatre Location: Inverness, Scotland Date: 2007 Designer: Page \ Park Architects with Donald Urquhart Objects in the new interior There are certain elements within the design of a building that the architect or designer is obliged to accommodate. Most buildings must contain fire exits, circulation, lifts, ducts, toilets and ventilation. These are often parts of the building that are deliberately played down; emphasis is placed on what could be considered as more important areas of the building.

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