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authors Liu, Yu-Tung
year 2000
title The Evolving Concept of Space: From Hsinchu Museum of Arts to the Digital City Art Center
source ACADIA Quarterly, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 9-11
summary From a functional point of view, a museum of arts is a space used for collecting works of art. This is, however, a spatial concept held prior to the 20th century: the center of focus in spatial design is the collections (focusing on “objects” as opposed to “users”). In the 20th century, the museum has evolved into a space for the interactivity between the viewers and the objects, with the concept of design shifting to that of placing equal emphasis on both the user and the object?at times the role of the user is even given greater emphasis in the design process without a conscious intent on the part of the designer. The coming century is one that we believe will be confronted with incredible waves caused by the impact of computers, the ultimate machines of digitization. At this junction, we often say that we are going to have new ways of thinking, new cities and new concepts of space. However, what should these new things be?
series ACADIA
email aleppo@arch.nctu.edu.tw
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