Individuality in Micro-Spaces
Part I of III of my FYP Research Project regarding the topic of Micro-ness, this Volume researches upon how an creative individual might perform in a tight space given to fully utilise. Spaces often change as time passes whether it is by users or through age. As humans, it is our nature to have an individuality. What if that individuality is explored through the spaces we created? In this project I will be exploring how spaces changes through people and time by exposing them to raw structures and systems in tiny spaces.
A studio space is supposed to promote creativity through this open-studio concept that it has, but it seems to be just an wide open space fitted with tables and chairs. How is such a conventionalised/institutionalised space then supposed to promote creativity when the space of where we inhabit is plain? As students, especially in the creative field, I think it is vital and apparent that they have much creative juices and it is spread towards the spaces around them. A mess to one is haven to the other.
The space is constantly changing, to fit the student’s needs. It allows freedom in changing the form of the space to accommodate different activities such as having a small cubicle to do work, or a big space for a more communal gathering. Interaction with each other changes as well as the comfort levels of everyone differs and this allows a personalisation within the privacy of ones’ space.
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