Architecture has an effect upon our minds, our bodily behaviour and our wellbeing. But how to we control these signals? And how do we depict them, before a building is even raised?
Through the study 'Monument of Anxiety' we have tested the potential of combining film and architecture, both in a direct and physical manner, but also through combining the two creative processes.
This study resulted in a completely new set of tools to develop and represent architecture; a set of tools that will enable a more interactive process, where the different participants and experts can interact.
These methods can help us control and shape the spatial signals within architecture, but at the same time, visual and informative tools that enables us to immediately communicate our design during the creative process.
The tools include:
Paper: Monument of Anxiety
Monument of Anxiety: Creating and representing architecture through a filmic process