3 C's of Architectural Space

Gökçe Ketizmen ONAL (Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Eskisehir Osmangazi University)

Article ID: 49

Abstract


Architectural space has mainly two forms: spatial and corporeal. Within this context, the main purpose of the study is re-theming and interpreting the new connections within these two forms of architectural space by the help of three concepts; Conciseness, Continuity and Compatibility, called as the 3C`s of Architectural Space. The subjects of these three are presented as an open system in order to extract transferable ideas for re-theming the meaning of space. These concepts are evaluated with their reality in built forms through on-site observation inside the selected buildings. This study approaches architectural space clarifying the relevance of design elements and providing a reference framework for them. 


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Architectural space; Conciseness; Continuity; Compatibility

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/frae.v1i2.49

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