Equipotential Space: Freedom in Architecture ebook
by Renato Severino
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Equipotential Space : Freedom in Architecture. This book has hardback covers. Ex-library,With usual stamps and markings,In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780275491703. Release Date:January 1970.
freedom in architecture. by Renato Severino Subjects. Modular coordination (Architecture), Space (Architecture). There's no description for this book yet. Published 1970 by Praeger Publishers in New York.
The term Equipotential Space was coined by Renato Serverino in 1970 in his book Equipotential Space: Freedom in Architecture the determining characteristics of Equipotential space are continuity, flexibilit.
The term Equipotential Space was coined by Renato Serverino in 1970 in his book Equipotential Space: Freedom in Architecture the determining characteristics of Equipotential space are continuity, flexibility, and articulation. Instead of being planned for a few specific purposes, Equipotential space can be modulated at will for any purpose". Equipotential space is space that has the potential to be anything at any time
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11 The last decades of the twentieth century produced a vigorous debate in architecture and urbanism on the transformation of public space: on the one hand discourses that lamented the ‘end of public space’ (. Sorkin 1992) and, on the other, contrasting opinions that advocated new forms of public space located in private spaces for collective use (shopping malls or sports centres).
Spaces of freedom are typically seen as synonymous with public space, where freedom of assembly and . Increasingly, though, public space, especially in cities, is being eroded by private, often commercially driven forces.
Spaces of freedom are typically seen as synonymous with public space, where freedom of assembly and expression are inherent rights. At the same time, we have seen the rise of the digital realm heralded as a new free and democratic space for self-expression and debate. This, however, is also under attack through both corporate and state-sponsored surveillance and data collection.
In anatomy, a potential space is a space between two adjacent structures that are normally pressed together (directly apposed). The pleural space, between the visceral and parietal pleura of the lung, is a potential space. Though it only contains a small amount of fluid normally, it can sometimes accumulate fluid or air that widens the space. The pericardial space is another potential space that may fill with fluid (effusion) in certain disease states (.