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Exploring Curiosity in architecture
Exploring curiosity as an experience in architectural spaces for creating interest.
Muneef Ahmed
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Exploring Curiosity in architecture
At the current stage i am searching the case studies to find the design guide lines i-e what are the different space types and experiences and what to do in planning,elevation,section,entrances, approaches,public spaces,transitional spaces to generates curiosity?? who is the architect best known for creating different experiences generating curiosity??
Muneef Ahmed
Exploring Curiosity in architecture
Dear Muneef,

curiosity in architecture

ArchNet Administration
Exploring Curiosity in architecture
But sir i am taking it on a different direction..so i need a separate and complete discussion
Muneef Ahmed
Exploring Curiosity in architecture
Muneef, In order to understand "what engenders curiosity in architecture", you will need to compare this concept with the opposite concept of "what does not engender curiousity in architecture".

For myself, the modern day "things" which are splashed across glossy architectural magazines tend to look like industrial buildings, or Alien UFOs which have crash-landed. These "things" do not excite my curiousity, because most are simply exercises in poor or bad engineering, unlike the work of Callatrava.
Frank John Snelling
Exploring Curiosity in architecture
Thanx 4 da reply sir...at this stage i hv decided target grp as children...so working on spaces attracted to children...and searching 4 relavent case studies
Muneef Ahmed
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