BR – Spatial organisation in the Ministry of Amateurs

I’ve been creating new names for the new types of spaces that will be within the Ministry of Amateurs. It started as an analysis of a very specific example of a mechanic and a music artist sharing space and has developed through the addition of further characters in order to generate more general types of spaces. I have created a new language for these new types of spaces that will exist within the ministry. I’ve attempted to define them and concentrated on how amateur knowledge defines spatial production.

New spatial organisation

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  1. samuelvardy says:

    good work Beth.
    you have made that difficult jump in which you start to explore the key ideas and potential through space and architecture. This set of spaces / characteristics / activities / events / principles / processes / poetics… … … is the mapping out of the project ahead – architecturally and spatially and socially.

    Think about the extent to which these spaces are ‘open’ or ‘fixed’ or in the middle – and what the implications of this might be.

    If you see this as a network or matrix rather than a list, to keep pushing it you could start to introduce ideas of activity (or programme) into and across spaces.

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