This paper discusses, in the context of the city, how the way we design for the occupation of exterior public spaces is actually about creating interior spaces outside. By defining the key moves in an interior, and showing how they are transposed to exterior projects, it will assist us in understanding how we address and connect with the wider urban metropolis. With reference to the Castle Square Stranraer project, it will and show that an interior space does not just occur inside a building and how this project contributed to the broadening, evolution and context of interior design theory.
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2018|
|Event||Interior Educators Conference 2018: Inside the City - London Metropolitan University, London, United Kingdom|
Duration: 22 Nov 2018 → 23 Nov 2018
|Conference||Interior Educators Conference 2018|
|Period||22/11/18 → 23/11/18|
- city design
- landscape design