The Museum of Childhood
Embarking on an adventure in the wonders of architecture
Ambiguity plays an important role in architecture as it triggers an interaction between the subject and object and thus allows for personal interpretations. The objective is to create a space free from precondition, which by virtue of having no meaning at all, immediately suggests a multiplicity of meanings. Likewise, the use of literary nonsense in the novel allows for infinite possibilities by simultaneously facilitating and negating the meaning.
Built Environment, Eindhoven University of Technology
Researchers: Ruurd Roorda, Barbara Kuit, Christian Rapp