Spaces and Atmospheric Memories
Our starting point is the following hypothesis: the human constructions of architecture and urbanism are a destination of memory. Such a starting point calls for an investigation of the place that memory must occupy within the framework of a topological phenomenology. It is in the context of such a framework that our key argument is developed as follows: the alignment between memory and space reveals itself, in a particularly intense and illustrative way, in the immersive experiences of certain ambiences, or atmospheres.
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