students: Katarina Ognjenović, 3rd year Bachelor, Kosta Dimitrijević, 1st year Master
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture
The aim of this proposal is to trace the non-constant border of personal space and define spatial relationships among people. By exercising our right to personal space, we directly occupy the air around us. In indoor spaces, people are obliged to behave in a certain way and their distances are predefined. Outdoors, they are able to act more freely. Therefore, public space provides polyvalent forms of action that shape the appearance of space and air. While mapping different events and situations, air, as transmitter of information, is being used to define spatial and social relations among its actors.
Case study: National Assembly of Serbia