Architecture as Images: Using Collage as Space Construction Method
Keywords:Architecture as Images; Collage Drawing; Narrative; Multilayer Fragments.
This study deconstruct architecture as images, using collages as a method of constructing space. It argues that architecture based on images perceives space as an overlapping and multi-layered fragment of spatial and material elements. This study is conducted through a case study by analysing six collage images of utopian architectural projects, breaking down layers that overlaps and constructed the images. The findings in this study demonstrate how space have different narrative meanings, which appear as foreground-background layers. The foreground layers appear as the main argument that has a larger scale which is positioned as the top layer, while the background layers appear on a smaller scale and are positioned as supporting elements. The study concludes that these findings can be used as a method in architectural design to create a meaningful narrative of space that exist in smaller diverse parts rather than as a generic whole.
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