Date of Submission

Spring 5-5-2017

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Architecture

Department

Architecture

Primary Advisor

Marietta Monaghan

Secondary Advisor

Bronne Dytoc

Abstract

We perceive what we see. Therefore, we conceive the information of an experience we have. According to Henri Lefebvre, “Nothing disappears completely, however; nor can what subsists be defined solely in terms of traces, memories or relics. In space, what came earlier continues to underpin what follows.” (The Production of Space_Henri Lefebvre 229). It can be said that Lefebvre is implying the importance of spatial experience in context to the transition of space.

Previous experiences will affect the way the occupant percieves future experiences of space. Taking this into consideration and referring back to the problem implied, excessive users of smartphones can only be exposed to a digital space which has no defined dimension. Therefore, users become lost in this undefined space making it impossible to experience and sense the notion of real space.

Comments

I would like to thank my family for enduring with me through out my studies in architecture at kennesaw state university. Also, I would like to thank Professor Monaghan for having faith in my commitment to my work.

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