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Simultaneität im architektonischen Raum - Auswirkungen der „kohärenten Verformung“ auf Leib und Sinn

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This chapter presents an overview on the simultaneity in architectural space impacts of "a coherent deformation" on body and spirit. Meanwhile, the concept of simultaneity comprises a spatial and temporal dimension, because the order of coexistence cannot be separated from the order of succession. The perception opens up a "Presence field", where the "here and there" and the "dimension past-present-future" extend. Merleau-Ponty indicates that every experience is intersubjectively be coordinated with others in the time and that the unfinished and definiteness of things can be resolved in a "more complete knowledge". The spatial simultaneity arbitrates turn the conflict and the rivalry between things. However, the architecture can be traditionally understood as the imaginary processing of symbolic types that represent the existing epoch values. The spatial simultaneity is reflected in turn in Bernard Tschumi constructed works.

Keywords: architectural space impacts; Merleau-Ponty; spatial simultaneity; coherent deformation



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