Opportunities for architects and urban designers – Conclusion

Conclusion

The opportunities which engages the architect into modelling the architectural image with new mapping technologies would move the human interaction to sensorial bounds, where the architect and the urban designer is in the position to make sensitive architectural changes to places . The changes would offer to the user the capacity to generate the suggested space based on  the information which is particular to their situation. The generated space bounds the image of architectural objects with technology.

Is now inter-connected and articulated at every ramification, it is exchanging information, it is mechanical and computational, which generate a new set of logical forms and surfaces, which not only defines the reality as we perceive it, but it also places the reality into another realm of interaction, challenging the physical understanding of spatial possibilities to enhance the complexity of the built environment.

The structure has enabled the to access corporeal designs, as virtual entities and to translate the sensitive reaction of human body into the realm of connections and inter-articulations.

In order to build this space, the architect has to understand the complex structure of the space, which places it in a realm of self-preservation, where space gains its identity, and which forces the interaction between human and space to become more and more interactive.

The interior space of the individual, which inhabits the space choreography created by waves of information assimilated in its memory, is releasing the servicing spaces of its perception, opening the boundary of new architectural form.

The mapping of spatial movement is reinforcing the performative similarity and modulation  of private and public zones, where the architects have now the possibility to enhance the needs of spatial movement.

The spatial movement is therefore postulated to the formalized development of the mapping framework, which generates multiple space relations between the interactions of the individual and its sensors, which are enclosed in built environments.

The development of built environments should impose potential in building continuity through the built and the natural environment, recognizing its compositional and spatial values from supports concealed in similarity, which are paradoxically transferring the mapping framework and   developing the existing urban structure into a sensorial organism, which offers to the civic place the features in mapping the built environment.

In comparison to the natural environment, the built environment vicinity is important due to its necessary relevance in abolition of generated spaces.

The architect and the urban designer began trading these technologies in making the built environment more interactive, aspiring efficiency, releasing more security and aspiring entirely control over the life span of the building, extending the boundary of the architectural form to become the potential in developing spaces for further generations, evaluating in real time the needs  of the community.

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