Architecture From The Inside Out: From The Body, The Senses, The Site And The Community by Karen A. FranckArchitecture From The Inside Out: From The Body, The Senses, The Site And The Community by Karen A. Franck

Architecture From The Inside Out: From The Body, The Senses, The Site And The Community

byKaren A. Franck, R. Bianca Lepori

Paperback | June 5, 2007

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Introducing a basis for design that transcends fixed notions of style and emerging technologies, this book emphasizes feeling, moving and the experiential. Since the book's initial publication in 2000, architects and writers have been drawn to a more sensory approach to architecture. But there is still a need to encourage and to illustrate the pursuit of design, not as a project, imposing preconceived ideas upon a situation, but as a process evolving from the inside - from movement, sensation, surroundings and a dialogue between architect and client. The authors describe such an approach that places human life, experience and materiality at the centre of design and that seeks out opportunities for discovery, growth and transformation.

Karen A. Franck is an environmental psychologist who has taught for many years in the New Jersey School of Architecture. R. Bianca Lepori is a practicing architect in Italy with many years of experience in designing houses and maternity health care facilities.

Praise for the first edition:

Franck and Lepori believe [architecture] should be more alive and take its character from the human body. When similarly designed from the inside out, rather than being austere and devoid of sensibilities, buildings would offer spatial sensations that connect with people.
Beverly Russell, Executive Director, Archeworks

The authors use...contemporary lenses as phenomenology and feminism to guide us on our journey through buildings. They trace the haptic qualities of architecture back through the design process with both daring and documentation.
Deborah Gans, Architect and Associate Professor, Pratt Institute

This book should be required reading for all architectural and design students as well as for all those individuals who are responsible for making decisions that influence our built environment.
Wayne Ruga, Founder, Symposium on Healthcare Design and the Center for Health Design.

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Title:Architecture From The Inside Out: From The Body, The Senses, The Site And The CommunityFormat:PaperbackDimensions:200 pages, 8.7 × 6.8 × 0.56 inPublished:June 5, 2007Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0470057858

ISBN - 13:9780470057858

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Table of Contents

CONTENTS.

Preface.

Preface to the 1st Edition.

Chapter 1 Inside, Outside, and Inside out.

Karen A. Franck.

Chapter 2 From the Body.

Karen A. Franck.

Chapter 3 The Animism of Architecture.

R. Bianca Lepori.

Chapter 4 Space Therapy.

R. Bianca Lepori.

Chapter 5 Product and Process.

R. Bianca Lepori and Karen A. Franck.

Chapter 6 Balancing Opposites.

Karen A. Franck.

Postscript.

Index.

Credits.