Breaking the Black Box: Using Flexible Architecture to Connect Performance with the Landscape
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Buildings are largely static objects, while the people and programs that inhabit them and the landscapes surrounding them belong to a set of more dynamic, shifting and interconnected systems. The intention of the thesis is to demonstrate a sympathetic resonance between landscape and body, as architecture. This will be explored through the design of a dance performance and rehearsal space at The Ross Creek Centre for the Arts in Ross Creek, Nova Scotia, Canada.