Adapt-r

Beyond architectural programming and representation

Gitte Juul

Public spaces are full of different and often conflicting interests that are constantly under negotiation. They are characterized by significant boundaries that I see a potential in blurring, because that might reveal invisible and unnoticed situations.
Interventions are used to blur the boundaries. Until now they only indirect suggest where and how to intervene in relation to future planning, but further research could examine the boundaries in order to understand them better, codify the unseen elements that is found, - and maybe bring these unseen elements into conventional architecture in order to stretch the conversation about future planning.

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PhD phase
PRS 1

PRS
Barcelona 2014

Disciplines
architecture, arts

Affiliation
ADAPT-r

Researcher
Early Stage Researcher