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Sociality and Space Formation: Notes on a Social Animal

Denis Byrne

Previous PRS discussions centred on issues of social space, the public realm and the in-between (amongst other terms and concepts); the focus of the current study has broadened to include the underlying scientific and artistic processes that inform space formation in modern society.
Areas of investigation include the psychological foundations of human development, modern theories of the city and current critical issues relating to phenomenology, social justice and modes of practice.
Their aim is to surface and frame existing embedded interests in the dynamics of social spatiality, in order to form a more critical sensibility for an increased agency within my work, while also contributing to current urgent discourse on the wider responsibilities of the architect in private practice now.

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PhD phase
PRS 6

PRS
London 2016

Disciplines
architecture

Affiliation
Other

Researcher
Early Stage Researcher