An incursion through the space in relation with the contemporary realities
Tutor / director / evaluatorMuros Alcojor, Adrián
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
The thesis critically appropriates the collaborative philosophy of Henri Lefebvre to analyze the architectural space from a philosophical point of view, used for defining how we can quantify space as entity. One of the difficulties of this project stems from the fact that the canon of philosophical discourse itself operates as a constant production of the space, releasing from its static qualities. The research undertaken to complete the thesis has consisted of contemporary experiments in complexity theory, and current socio/economic analyses of labour markets. Particular interest has been accorded to European Union -28 states. By addressing the need for new philosophical instruments to understand space, the thesis advances a philosophy of economics by examining the function of it in relation to the evolution of space in contemporary reality. By having this extended view of the space, the definition of the individual’s characteristics and how they are interfering with the architectural space, as a fundamental factor, which give dimension both to space and society, is essential in this analysis. Having all these information, we will analyze some innovative project which are intended to propose a new typology of space and some from the very recent years, as appreciated by contemporary society as being innovative and bring a great contribution to the architectural scene.
Màster universitari en Estudis Avançats en Arquitectura: Innovació tecnològica a l’arquitectura