Published: September 11, 2020
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By: Arturo Martinez Guerra, Cal Poly Pomona
Category: Art & Design
Hashtags: #CalPolyPomona #cppla #environmental_design #Graphic_Design #sketching #Twinmotion
This is a study of framing physical space through dismembering its components and re‐assembly. Edges frame space and function as a backdrop and transition from private to public space. When people move from private space into public space, it is often not until the edges fill and we move farther from shelter, that the central portion of the space becomes inhabited. People inhabit public space, and the formal qualities of these spaces are crucial in determining how we navigate, gather, and experience our environment. Successful public spaces include a sense of enclosure, a frame or limits to the space, places to sit, access to sunlight and shade, elements – a field, patterns, from nature like trees, plants, or water, and options for food, program, and entertainment.