SHIFT: EXPERIENTIAL PUBLIC SPACE AT THE PERIPHERY OF COPENHAGEN
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This thesis explores unusual public space and its positive effect on the human psyche. Documenting public space in Copenhagen, Denmark has exposed the periphery condition (between urban and suburban) as unresolved, and lacking any particular public quality. Design through sensory response and shift in perception, as done by artists such as Ann Hamilton, Olufar Eliasson, Anish Kapoor, has driven my architectural response to public space at the periphery. The proposal connects the city to the Harbor of Copenhagen, using water as a medium for experiential quality. There are a series of interventions that makes engaging the water publicly accessible.
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