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PEZO VON ELLRICHSHAUSEN
Spatial Structure is both a written and painted essay about the understanding of spatial relationships in architecture. In over a decade of constant academic and professional practice, as a parallel enquiry to the contemplation and production of buildings, this essay is rooted in a reciprocal motivation: the basic assumption that architecture is a form of knowledge. This double essay is an attempt to overtake the visual, technological, political or social practice in order to explore the very meaning of the most primary formal attributes of a room, even before that room is configured as such.
First Part: Articulated Air
Second Part: Conceptual Schemata
Third Part: Architectonic Model