Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/12459
Title: OPPOSITIONS
Authors: Mihajlo Zinoski
Keywords: Adjacency, Co-presence, Border, Informal
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Balkanski Arhitektonski Bijenale - BAB / Balkan Architectural Biennale- BAB
Source: Zinoski, M. (2015). Oppositions. International conference: "capital a". 2015. Balkan Architectural Biennale- BAB. pp. 199-216
Conference: BALKANSKI ARHITEKTNONSKI BIJENALE - BAB / BALKAN ARCHITECTURAL BIENNALE- BAB
Abstract: Public domain represents social condenser where all changes emerge in their immanent way. When we speak about state of changes certain notions transgress in their meaning. Therefore to be able to understand these states of changes we shall try to describe these emerging oppositions in public realm (objective reality). Transformation of existing public buildings is obvious in post socialist countries in this period of transition from social toward capitalist society. The new concept of proprietary is obvious immediately and adjacent to and within existing buildings. Transformations are usually expressive in architectural form or repressive in their program. Beside that transformations could be with same or disparate program. Several oppositions could be recognize in these emerging pre-condition in public realm: Formal vs. Informal; Conventional typology becomes over determinate versus adaptable concept; Same function vs. disparate program logic of space; Expected vs. Unexpected encounter; Homogeneity and coherence vs. Emerging events; Contextual vs. Difference; Perfectly balanced vs. Adjacency and co-presence; Border vs. Boundary; Separate entities vs. Active line of interchange.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/12459
ISBN: 978-86-916755-1-6
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