Space of Margin:
The Forming of 'Eddy' Spaces
Feb - Jul 2019
Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
"It is ‘my space’ that no one can see you and
you see everyone."
‘My corner’ and ‘my space’ are how we recall our spatial and bodily relationships with schools besides the timetables.
School as a spatial system is consisting of shared, yet divided spaces. Often, having to leave the classroom during breaks, students claim their corners at corridors and the main halls where the sense of intimacy and territory start to grow.
The 15 illustrations present the morphological potentials of the margin of shared spaces, where ‘my corner’ is discovered and improvised along the flows like an eddy. The module prototype is a device to analyze the capacity of the ‘margin’ to influence the flows and the spatial frameworks of the architecture.