I've just recently joined ArchNet. I'm a student at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I happen to be a photographer, but i am very interested in architectural theory, particularly how our environment/visual information affects us.
Recently a friend of mine gave me a brief synopsis of the theory of Authentic Space. I know very little of the theory, but it was intriguing to me. if anyone could point me to a book or text outlining or dealing with Authentic Space, i would be very grateful. Or if anyone has any ideas of their own that they'd like to relay, that would be great too.
thanks very much,
Basics of Authentic Space theory
Actually space is the void in which whole celestial drama takes place. Light reveals the space, if totally filled with matter it is solid, to an architect empty space or enclosed space interests as it can be shelter or place of drama for human beings, that is house/buliding/town/street/city.....etc.so start enjoying every moment as a photographer you can enjoy every drama by light at everywhere, the space is.