My proposition is that there is no real methodology to determine the impact of 'architectural space' on human behavior. Where 'architectural space' is considered as something distinct from any acoustic, color, surface and symbolic properties that might have been woven into it. To research the impact of architectural space a 'palate' of three-dimensional spaces will need to be constructed in different scales and with different surface treatments, acoustical properties and light conditions. These illustrations are an attempt to start a discussion about what might constitute a science of 'architectural space.' My latest book, "3D Thinking in Design and Architecture from Antiquity to the Future," explores the concept further.
Three-dimensional images created with Rhino 3D. Giclée printed on fine art smooth paper and framed. This artwork introduces the idea of developing a vocabulary of 3D architectural spaces for the study of such spaces on human behavior and emotion.