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Interiority and Exteriority
The Seam Of Enclosure Between Man And Nature
Exteriority
Interiority
Like the perception of “Yin”
and “Yang” in Asian Cultural,
interiority and interiority
exist relat...
When we create an interior space, the conjoining exterior space formed automatically
The exterior space formed is then ech...
The architecture creates a strong senses of identity for the interior space, and at
the same time find clever ways to conn...
In Between
In-betweeness involves a place neither inside nor out. It incorporates a
threshold whereby a strong dialogue be...
Interpenetration of the Inside/Outside
Interpenetration is another way in which the continuity between inside and outside
...
Intermingling
In intermingling, architectural and environmental elements are used
metaphorically to bring the meaning of o...
The Dortoir Familial House
designed by NADAAA
This Architecture focuses on merging with the landscape as the
slipped court...
House of Pavilions, Bangalore
Architecture Paradigm
In this architecture, the idea of the landscape becomes a part of
the ...
House ofThai Artist,
RirkritTiravanija
Interiority
Interiority is a subjective concept and it’s being judge using our mind and own point of view. Interiority
doe...
Interiority can be decipher in many ways. In architecture sense it represent a fundamental construct
in design pertaining ...
Interiority of a space
Most architectural space will make use of exterior to
echo with the interior. However, there are so...
Through the use of basic geometrical forms – points, lines and volumes – architecture arranges
program across a rich spect...
The science of geometry became the literal skeleton from which interiority becomes, as Perez-Gomez
wrote,
“Symbols of a tr...
Using Exteriority for Interiority
Minuscule clusters of visitors ascend a monumental stairway at the base of a spherical m...
Using Exteriority for Interiority
• In the Cenotaph for Newton, architect Étienne-Louis Boullée cleverly make
use of the s...
Exteriority
The earth is enclosed by an ”shelter”, this atmospheric “shelter” provides all
living things a system of life ...
Transition of interior to exterior. The
seam acts as both the connection
between man and nature as well as
the line that s...
Boundary of building separating nature and man
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Transitional space- Moon Gates Suzhou Garden
We works with exterior to bring interior
and nature together. We often use a
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Framing Exteriority – windows frames
the exteriority on the corridors or walls
its placed on.
RYOANJI ZEN Garden – borrows the exteriority from outside its wall to enhance the exteriority of its own
garden. Since the...
Zen Monk rake the pebbles to create waves and
patterns just like how god create “waves” in a seascape
Japanese House
• Japanese house tends to have
a huge opening to it’s
surrounding
• User is able to enjoying the
exteriorit...
The Great Wall Bamboo House- another example of how the
interior space is build in such a way that, it is able to be use t...
Salk Institute for Biological Studies – Louis Kahn 1991
• A sense of exteriority can be felt by over lapping walls
to which they extend beyond the interior space.
• Gaps in walls...
If you listen closely to any discussion regarding architectural, you will realized that all terms used to describe space, ...
Salvador Dalí
Surrealist Painter
Ludwig Mies Van De Rohe designed
the Barcelona Pavilion in 1929. The
design of the Pavilion is similar to that
of the Ryoa...
As vertical Planes are “pulled”
out beyond the planar plans, the
line between interiority and
exteriority of an enclosed s...
• Modern architecture
aims to blur the line
between interior and
exterior space
• Framing and glass to
create a wall to
se...
Reference
• http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/Assefa.htm
• http://www.slideshare.net/AnuradhaChatterjee1/chatterjeeportfolios...
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  1. 1. Interiority and Exteriority The Seam Of Enclosure Between Man And Nature
  2. 2. Exteriority Interiority Like the perception of “Yin” and “Yang” in Asian Cultural, interiority and interiority exist relatively. One cannot exist without the other as they are one idea. However, exteriority and interiority can exist as separate ideas and at the same time you can find exteriority within interiority and vice versa.
  3. 3. When we create an interior space, the conjoining exterior space formed automatically The exterior space formed is then echoed with the inside in a logical relationship, where by the inside and the outside ”holds” a different view of space but coming together to achieve a balance and agreement. The interior space aims to create physical security and safety from the nature’s elements and also establish a sense of identity for the person or group within the space. The exterior space aims to connect human to nature, removing the individual identity and providing a common one.
  4. 4. The architecture creates a strong senses of identity for the interior space, and at the same time find clever ways to connect the interiority and exteriority of the architecture, therefore creating a long-lasting continuity between the two. This relationship shared between the interiority and the exteriority of a space can be translate into environmental and architectural experience in four ways:
  5. 5. In Between In-betweeness involves a place neither inside nor out. It incorporates a threshold whereby a strong dialogue between the inside and outside occurs with a unique in-between experience as the result. For Wright, in-betweeness was an intentional aim: “We have no longer an outside and an inside as two separate things. Now the outside may come inside and the inside may and does go outside. They are of each other. Form and function thus become one in design and execution if the nature of materials and method and purpose are all in unison” (Wright 1954, p. 50).
  6. 6. Interpenetration of the Inside/Outside Interpenetration is another way in which the continuity between inside and outside can be expressed and works in two ways as shown in the drawings, below, depending on the relative strength of inside or outside. On one hand, the inside can project itself into the outside — we call this situation the interpenetration of the inside. On the other hand, outside can be brought inside through some sort of enclosure shaped by the building—for example, buliding wrapping around an inner courtyard, we call this situation the interpenetration of the outside. In both situations, inside and outside are brought together in a more intimate relationship—in the first instance, through an architectural element that becomes a physical link with outside; in the second instance, through a spatial link whereby outside space is cradled and contained.
  7. 7. Intermingling In intermingling, architectural and environmental elements are used metaphorically to bring the meaning of outside in, and inside out. For example, the presence inside of natural outside elements can remind us of the outside, which we then experience vicariously. By echoing features of the natural site, intermingling enables us to be aware of the outside as we remain inside. In the opposite way, inside elements brought outside invite the safety, comfort, and culture of the inside out. Intermingling allows one domain to assert itself in the other, thereby establishing another kind of kinship and linkage between inside and outside.
  8. 8. The Dortoir Familial House designed by NADAAA This Architecture focuses on merging with the landscape as the slipped court provides simultaneous interiority and exteriority—protected and private as well as extroverted and engaged. The most significant result of this integration of landscape and house is the production of a monumental vaulted threshold to a central courtyard.
  9. 9. House of Pavilions, Bangalore Architecture Paradigm In this architecture, the idea of the landscape becomes a part of the structure and not only just about the experience. The experience of moving through the structure is heightened by the tactility of the spaces and the overlapping sequences of built and unbuilt. One is greeted by the water body which continues through the house flanking the central spine defined by an exposed concrete wall. The spine is a space that forms the back bone of the experience where one has to pass through it to get to any other space. The indoor outdoor experience is further heightened by interim spaces connecting the various pavilions.
  10. 10. House ofThai Artist, RirkritTiravanija
  11. 11. Interiority Interiority is a subjective concept and it’s being judge using our mind and own point of view. Interiority does not come naturally as its being defined using human power and ideas. In order to keep the balance between self and collectively, the enclosed vertical forms and their open planar surfaces are to be connected by tenuous and metaphysical links of windows and doors, depicting the transmission of interiority and exteriority of being. Mind Subjective
  12. 12. Interiority can be decipher in many ways. In architecture sense it represent a fundamental construct in design pertaining to the representation of spatial arrangements.
  13. 13. Interiority of a space Most architectural space will make use of exterior to echo with the interior. However, there are some architecture type which doesn’t make use of its exterior space. Common example of these buildings are religion building, theatre, opera house and clubs. The reason is because that the purpose of the building is to make sure its occupants focus on what’s happening inside rather than the outside. Hence, the nature elements from the exterior is largely or even completely eliminated from the design. Even if they are exterior design, they are normally not relating or echoing with the interior of the space. Opera house, theatre and religious buildings tend to have a grand ceilings, and we refer to these interior space as spiritual space.
  14. 14. Through the use of basic geometrical forms – points, lines and volumes – architecture arranges program across a rich spectrum of expression, ranging from the subtle and suggestive, through to the explicit and absolute. Man seeks out means and devices to build shelters beyond everyday profane needs. Interiority.
  15. 15. The science of geometry became the literal skeleton from which interiority becomes, as Perez-Gomez wrote, “Symbols of a transcendent order, representing ethical, aesthetic, and religious values, revealing the pre established harmony between man and the world.”
  16. 16. Using Exteriority for Interiority Minuscule clusters of visitors ascend a monumental stairway at the base of a spherical monument rising higher than the Great Pyramid of Giza. An arc of waning sunlight catches a small portion of the sphere, leaving the excavated entry portal and much of the mass in deep shadow. Bringing together the emotional affects of romanticism, the severe rationality of neoclassicism and grandeur of antiquity, Etienne-Louis Boullée’s sublime vision for a cenotaph honoring Sir Isaac Newton is both emblematic of the particular historical precipice and an artistic feat that foreshadowed the modern conception of architectural design. Rendered through a series of ink and wash drawings, the memorial was one of numerous provocative designs he created at the end of the eighteenth century and included in his treatise, Architecture, essai sur l’art. The cenotaph is a poetic homage to scientist Sir Isaac Newton who 150 years after his death had become a revered symbol of Enlightenment ideals.
  17. 17. Using Exteriority for Interiority • In the Cenotaph for Newton, architect Étienne-Louis Boullée cleverly make use of the sunlight to created a spiritual space in total darkness, the sunlight shining through the ceiling induced a feeling of grandness and enlighten. • During the night, the interior of the sphere is lit up by a armillary sphere hanging off the ceiling. • This design make use of both the interior light and exterior light to cause it to change its interior appearance, mixing and combining the idea of exteriority and interiorty.
  18. 18. Exteriority The earth is enclosed by an ”shelter”, this atmospheric “shelter” provides all living things a system of life supporting elements.Within this already defined space, men seek to distinguee themselves from all other life forms and nature by creating a space with walls, roofs, and floors – a man-made shelter.The exteriority is built solely but nature and not by us human.
  19. 19. Transition of interior to exterior. The seam acts as both the connection between man and nature as well as the line that separates the two.
  20. 20. Boundary of building separating nature and man
  21. 21. D e f i n e d E x t e r i o r i t y - K i m b e l l A r t M u s e u m
  22. 22. Transitional space- Moon Gates Suzhou Garden We works with exterior to bring interior and nature together. We often use a transition of interior and exterior in the making of our space. For example, the moon gate shown is a form of transition that gives you a different experience as it allows you to travel from one space to another, not only from interior to exterior but even from exterior to exterior or vice versa. By simple stepping across the door frame, one can be offered a brand new experience from one space to another.
  23. 23. Framing Exteriority – windows frames the exteriority on the corridors or walls its placed on.
  24. 24. RYOANJI ZEN Garden – borrows the exteriority from outside its wall to enhance the exteriority of its own garden. Since the garden is surrounded by forest, It borrows the forested space to extend beyond the enclosed exterior space
  25. 25. Zen Monk rake the pebbles to create waves and patterns just like how god create “waves” in a seascape
  26. 26. Japanese House • Japanese house tends to have a huge opening to it’s surrounding • User is able to enjoying the exteriority 100% , while being inside a interior space • Japanese house incorporated exteriors into the architectural design, allowing them to use interior to enjoy exterior
  27. 27. The Great Wall Bamboo House- another example of how the interior space is build in such a way that, it is able to be use to echo and enjoy the exterior of the design 100%.
  28. 28. Salk Institute for Biological Studies – Louis Kahn 1991
  29. 29. • A sense of exteriority can be felt by over lapping walls to which they extend beyond the interior space. • Gaps in walls and drop in height between walls creates a sense of freedom, forming a connection between the exterior and interior of the design.
  30. 30. If you listen closely to any discussion regarding architectural, you will realized that all terms used to describe space, places and the connection they shared are focusing on the idea of enclosure. From an architectural perspective, enclosure represents a necessary but insufficient condition for effective moderation of the exterior, typically indoor and outdoor for architects and landscape architects respectively. For a buildings to achieve optimal function, the principles underlying its function must be clearly understood.
  31. 31. Salvador Dalí Surrealist Painter
  32. 32. Ludwig Mies Van De Rohe designed the Barcelona Pavilion in 1929. The design of the Pavilion is similar to that of the Ryoanji Zen Garden in the sense that it bring in the exterior space outside of its wall to enhance the beauty of the exterior of the interior space within the wall. Vertical planes that serve as enclosures may be detached from the structure t allow free forming of space. In an effort to preserve the planar character of the roof and floor slab, edges of slabs and verticals wall should and will never meet, and that openings in walls should stretch from floor to ceiling, allowing spaces to flow from one to the other.
  33. 33. As vertical Planes are “pulled” out beyond the planar plans, the line between interiority and exteriority of an enclosed space diminishes to almost none existence. The idea of a open enclosure are defined by semi-overlapping of cleverly defined vertical planes. This Pavilion is one of the most important representation of modern architecture and a design that is closest to remove the seam between interiority and exteriority.
  34. 34. • Modern architecture aims to blur the line between interior and exterior space • Framing and glass to create a wall to separate yet not to isolate interior space from exterior Space
  35. 35. Reference • http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/Assefa.htm • http://www.slideshare.net/AnuradhaChatterjee1/chatterjeeportfoliosquare2 0-may-2015 • http://arquitectura.estudioquagliata.com/tag/nadaaa • http://www.howarchitectworks.com/house-of-pavilions-bangalore/ • http://www.habitusliving.com/projects/the-art-of-everyday-affairs

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