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Experiencing architecture : Rasmussen, Steen Eiler, 1898-1990
An oft-quoted saying of the Danish sculptor Thorvaldsen is that clay is life, plaster death, and marble resurrection. Some section of the book seem endearingly perverse. Rhythm is important in architecture and planning although we rarely perceive it or talk about it. There are obvious examples like the pattern of light and dark as we drive along a main road at night because lampposts are equally spaced or there is a rhythm of verticals along a continuous line of buildings in a street because, although the buildings are different in design, their width is so often determined by historic and equally-spaced plot boundaries.This paper frames architectural experience from a neuroscientific perspective in the context of the post-truth era. It will focus on kinaesthetic experience and the concept of the sensorium as a new meta-embodiment. All articles published by MDPI are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license. No special Paper should be a substantial original Article that involves several techniques or approaches, provides an outlook for
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The Author Steen Eiler Rasmussen was a Danish Architect born in 1898, he studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts from 1916 to 1918 so he was taught in the Beaux-Arts tradition, before modernism. He started his own office in 1919 and so was a young Architect coming through the profession during the birth of modernism an exciting time to witness.
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Cambridge Dictionary. Experience from Cambridge Dictionary. 2022. Available online: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english-korean/experience (accessed on 12 December 2021). Verschaffel, B. The interior as architectural principle. Palgrave Commun. 2017, 3, 2. [ Google Scholar] [ CrossRef][ Green Version] The language of ... EXPERIENCING ARCHITECTURE IS so lucid andclear that every layman and beginner will be able to nder≤tand and”tenjoy it. At the same time, the expert, practicing archi et and atalike, will app’ eciate the precise formulations. . .‘~ — I urnal ofAeothetics and ftrt CriticLsn,Vaults, and more especially domed vaults, are acoustically veryeffective. A dome may be a strong reverberator and create specialsound centers. The Byzantine church of S. Mark’s, in Venice, isbuilt over a Greek cross in plan and has five domes, one in thecenter and one over each of the four arms of the cross. This combination produces very unusual acoustical conditions. The organistand composer Giovanni Gabrieli, who lived around i6oo, tookadvantage of them in the music he composed for the cathedral.S. Mark’s had two music galleries, one to the right and one to theleft, as far from each other as possible and each with its dome as amighty resonator. The music was heard from both sides, one ans Rasmussen finds Japanese Architecture ‘flat’, they never incorporated perspective into their fine arts, that the buildings are ‘thin’ and more like fine furniture than buildings. Japanese art has reached the highest state of refinement in the two dimensional arts but the western three dimensional arts are superior. Finally quoting Rasmussen in his own words;