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**Drill**2/6/2013 Why are the signs we see on highways larger than the signs we see while walking the streets?**Applications of Technology**Spatial Relationships**Spatial relationships**There are basic ways the spaces of a building can be related to one another and organized into coherent patterns of form and space. • Space within a Space • Adjacent Spaces • Interlocking Spaces • Spaces Linked by a Common Space**Space within a Space**With this concept, a large space contains one or more spaces within its boundaries. There should be a clear differentiation in sizebetween these spaces for this concept to be affective. Farnsworth House, Mies vanderRohe Plano, Illinois**Space within a Space**To attract higher attention value, the contained space may differ in shape or form from its enveloping form. Glass House, Phillip Johnson New Canaan, Connecticut**Space within a Space**The contained also have a different orientation creating a secondary grid and residual spaces within the larger space. Moore House, Charles Moore Orinda, California**Interlocking spaces**Interlocking Spaces result from the overlapping of two spaces and the emergence of a shared space. Each space retains its identity and definition as a space. The resulting form may be interpreted several ways.**Interlocking spaces**Plan for St. Peter, Donato Bramante & Baldassare Peruzzi Rome, Italy The interlocking portion may be shared equally by each space.**Interlocking spaces**The interlocking portion may merge with one of the spaces. Pilgrimage Church, BalthasarNeumamn Vierzehnheiligen, Germany**Interlocking spaces**Villa at Carthage Le Corbusier Tunisia The interlocking portion may develop its own identity and serve to link the two spaces.**Adjacent Spaces**Adjacent spaces are the most common type of spatial relationship. Visual and spatial continuation depends on how the spaces are separated. A wall with an opening A row of columns A free standing plane A change in level or surface material**Spaces linked by a common space**Two spaces separated by distance can be linked together by a third, intermediate space. This intermediate space can differ in form and orientation from the two spaces being linked. It may also be equivalent in size to the spaces being linked.**Spaces linked by a common space**One-half House, John Hejduk The intermediate space can be linear in form to link two spaces together or join awhole series of spaces which have no direct relationship.**Spaces linked by a common space**The intermediate space can be a residual form created by the orientations of two linked spaces. Caplin House Frederick Fisher Venice, California**Spaces linked by a common space**If large enough, the intermediate space may become dominant and organize a number of spaces about itself. Palazzo Piccolomini, Bernardo Rosselino Pienza, Italy