To interpret, reinterpret and make new design proposals in spaces are important tasks for an interior architect. How can I work with a method to examine different spatial relationships?
Storytelling in architecture and design is often perceived as commercial, but don’t all spaces carry a story?
In my degree project, I explore storytelling and narrative structures as a method for working with space. Each location or space tells at least one, if not several stories.
By analysing the existing ‘story’ of a space, I can relate to it and make additions or changes. A rewrite of the story, or a clarification, an articulation.
Can I find stories that have not been given form and add them to the layers of stories that already exist?
Can a good story create good interior architecture?