theatre: analogy of the city reflected inward
Reisin, Vanessa Raquel
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this thesis is an exploration of rational architectural forms and urban ideas. reflections of density, circulation, rhythm, pattern, and punctuation. the formal consequence of two ideas, city and spectacle, manifest in a theatre for the acrobatic performing arts. on the exterior, an autonomous construction where the architecture is a confrontation to the urban world. internally, a world where spectator and spectacle exist playfully through drawing, modeling, and collage. the project brings the structure of the city to the structure of the theatre. theatre as analogy, a city turned inward.
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