Liminal Spaces #1 by CClaudio


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The concept of liminal refers to an intermediate state or condition; an in-between moment in which an entity has characteristics of what it is between, but at the same time is separate and distinct from them.

In architecture, there is a tendency to confine spaces by separating one context from another, creating a tangible differentiation. This is a system that works with the “either/or” logic and leaves no room to a “both/and” approach, producing self-contained envelopes.

The liminal stage is a singularity characterized by an ambiguity in its definition. It is a space, which is essentially temporary and transitional. A moment between fixed constants.

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Studio: N/A / Artist: CClaudio
Work: Personal
Designer: N/A .
Client: N/A .
Software: 3dsmax,Corona Renderer