SHS Web Conf.
Volume 64, 201914th European Architecture Envisioning Conference (EAEA14 2019)
|Number of page(s)||12|
|Published online||26 August 2019|
The Topological Reading of Ambiances in the Built Environment: The New Methodology for the Analysis of the Luminous Ambiance in the Museum Space
MAA at the Department of Architecture, University of Bejaia, Algeria
2 Pr, Laboratory for Design and Modeling of Forms and Ambiences (LACOMOFA), the Department of Architecture, University of Biskra, Algeria
3 MCB at the Department of Architecture, University of Bejaia, Algeria
4 Dr, The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment, The Robert Gordon University, UK
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Daylight is currently at the centre of discourse on architectural space. The definition of architectural space takes essence from Euclidean geometry related to metric dimensions. The present study is an attempt to shed light on topology which is a non-Euclidean geometry. It can support non-metric components of space such as light to define architectural space. A corpus of six European museums has been chosen to study the immaterial or material relationships between form and daylight, since light is an essential element for the success of the exhibition. It also seeks to highlight discontinuity reports, and to confirm their existence through their software visualizations Therefore, the current study has taken into account an analysis model based on the notions of "route" and "sequence". The contemporary architectural project focused on taking into account human postures, both physical and psychological, within the architectural space. The results obtained show that light can release other spatial features for the museum space that can be highlighted by visualization with sequential analysis.
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