Manifesto for a Cinematic Architecture
"Cinematic Architecture" is a manifesto for an architecture that transforms solid material into the appearance of energy and spatiality. Its main building material is light and its ultimate aim is to achieve an ethereal state which only becomes real when it is energized by the person who occupies it.
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aa Dip Abstracts and Tangibles architect architectural imagination architecture and cinema architecture and urbanism BECOMES Berlin Bosnian BRETT STEELE building material changeable and adaptive cinematic architecture concept consciousness constantly changing contemporary architectural contradiction define the future defining space dematerialised architecture describe a curve dimensions of imagination Diploma Honours ENERGY Enlightened Space estimate the dimensions FILM SCRIPT form of suppression Future Perfect gravitational force guarantees more dimensions Haishi Heisenberg's hoped-for result images impossibility of defining Ingerid Helsing Almaas island JEAN ATTALI Julian Loffler Keiichi Ogata kind of architectural life's narrative processes lived manifesto Mark Cousins matter and process meanest form mechanical statics Memories provide mental and psychological metres multidimensional Nazis OVERLAY PASCAL SCHONING perception physical POETIC LOGIC POSSESSIVENESS Quintin Lake realise relation released materiality RON KENLEY Rubens Azevedo Sarajevo saw the destruction senses sensual spatial experience Stefano Rabolli Pansera Stephan Doesinger temporality transgresses natural wall window zones