To communicate the artistic, social, emotional, historical, and other context architects almost exclusively consider cultural aspects. Unlike other art forms, architecture provides spaces for the daily life activities, when more than simply utilitarian, it also appeals to our cultural sensibilities. Sensing spatial attributes and shaping them through specifics of its cultural practice require special skills. Therefore the composite of numerous surfaces and geometries create various spatial elements that we assign an identifiable personality – we intepret our own cultural experiance collected through our active living practice.
ARCHITECTURE AS CULTURAL PRACTICE
ATM INFUSION: LIFE IN THE CAGE OF CORPORATE CULTURE