The Geometry of Relative Distance
Wegzeit is my thesis project in architecture, completed in 2002. It deals with the different notions of space we use in our daily routines, and its goal is to find visual models for these subjective spaces.
During my studies, I have always been more interested in aspects of the existing environment than in planning singular new buildings. Wegzeit is also a criticism of the traditional representation of space used used in architectural practice, the exocentric view from far above and outside, that has little in common with the spaces of our everyday experience.
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