Date of Submission
Bachelor of Architecture
The human body’s neurology system is a center piece of the body’s complex communication network. This thesis problematizes the notion of an architecture derived of a ubiquitous ordering system to create kinetic spaces that [inter] . react to an inhabitant as one experiences and moves through physical form and space. By understanding the composition and function of the neurology in the human body, I propose a unique study of the relevance of how the human body works and uses architecture as a systematic interrogation through a series of two-dimensional and three-dimensional diagram explorations. The approach of this research and interrogation is the interaction between the connection of the human body which reacts to the stimulation of the surroundings, where reciprocal relationships will be the key to the argument of this thesis. The process will use the inhabitant moving through experiential space as the stimulus for which will one reacts with kinetic movement. The goal is to create order and compose significant spaces that transform kinetically.