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Hora Di Bye-Bye

Part 2 Project 2017
Ashlea Weaver
University of Johannesburg | South Africa
As architects, we design architecture to capture both our physical senses (sight, sound, touch, smell and taste) and the subconscious sense of space. But the physical senses have been broken down into parts of study in basic architectural design. This compartmentalisation actually conflicts with how we inherently process stimuli; our senses are interconnected and I think architecture needs to allow for this.
Ashlea Weaver


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