| First Module |
Anatomy and physiology of architectural perception
Anatomy of emotions
Through a five days work, students will deal with the axis which leads from the modes of operation of brain in relation to body to its physiological unit and its receptors involved in multisensorial percpetion.
Light and topology on body
During these classes, students will be shown how biological neural networks of multisensorial experiences of space are set: in particular, on one hand how light affects both visual system and skin and on the other hand how topology interacts with the inner ear.
Rhythm Geometry Materials Sounds Smells
This part will explain the link between human receptors and the elements of architecture: sound to cochlea, smell to olfactory memory, and heat, rhythm, and geometry to heartbeat, breathing, and intestine.