Wednesday, 9 May 2018



How architecture shapes your identity and affects your brain

"It turns out we simply cannot remember these long-term memories without remembering something of the place in which they occurred."

"The theory behind this is known as "embodied cognition". Put simply, we live in bodies and those bodies inhabit spaces, which means our experience of the built environment is determined by the fact of our embodiment."

"The built environment is one continuous, interrelated, integrated entity,"

Chosen Words:
Embodied, Inhabit, Continuum, Disaggregated, Interconnected, Episodic

Design theory:
Episodic spaces embodied in a continuum