Spaces in play

The ‘reflections’ offer a commentary on the notions, techniques and methods employed in the presented project. In the first reflection, Intuition, Memory and Identity, Martin Gledhill offers a Jungian perspective on the dualities involved in architectural design operations, while in the second reflection, A Wordplay on Architecture and Play, Nasim Razavian clarifies the importance of play by emphasizing the relational operativity of play in architecture. Razavian uses the example of the Wunderkammer to diligently argue for a non-conventional approach in/to architecture.


TU Delft / Faculty of Architecture