Univerisdad simon bolívar. Id - 2125. Spatial organization. Clemente, jessenia Zambrano, Jesús. CONTENT. WHAT IS SPATIAL ORGANIZATION? 3 concepts Some useful words Components Spatial relations Types of organizations Conclusion. Spatial organization. an arrangement. of what???.
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Univerisdad simon bolívar Id - 2125 Spatial organization Clemente, jessenia Zambrano, Jesús
CONTENT • WHAT IS SPATIAL ORGANIZATION? • 3 concepts • Some useful words • Components • Spatial relations • Types of organizations • Conclusion
Spatial organization an arrangement of what???
Spatial organization • Can be observed when components of a group are arranged non-randomly in space.
Spatial organization • 1.- Is the capacity to situate ourselves into space in order to determine our position in relation to external references.
Spatial organization • 2.-Is the capacity to order the different elements of a set. • 3.-is The capacity to appreciate the relation that exists between me, the other people and the objects, considering topological, projective and metric aspects.
school Useful words • Points, lines, areas and volumes are the four geometric features with which spatial organization can be easily described.
Useful words • The descriptive process of spatial organization uses concepts such as location, distance, direction, density, and arrangement to capture spatial relationships .
RIGHT UP FRONT BACK LEFT DOWN components • 1.-spatial orientation directly associated with the perception of the elements of the surroundings
components • 2.-spatial structuration associated with the abstraction and reasoning, using the perception and memory
Spatial relations: • topological: -contiguity: the CLOCK is near the LAMP. -order: the children are lined up in row -interiority: the DOG IS IN the BEDROOM
Spatial relations: • Proyective Relations: -perspectives -points of view
Spatial relations: • Metrics: -Use of maps, scales and measures, cardinal points, angles.
Hatshepsut’s Temple Ancient Egypt
Radial Organization Karlsruhe, Germany
Radial Organization Eastern StatePenintentiary, Pennsylvania, USA.
Central Organization Warrambui’s Dome, Australia
Central Organization Palmanova, Italy
Linear Organization Edfu Temple, Egypt.
Linear Organization AmsterdamAvenue, Netherlands
Net Organization. Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico.
Net Organization Murcia Office Building, Spain.
Conclusions • Architecture and Urban Planning work together in order to organize elements in space to contrast with nature organization. • One type of organization can be perceived differently depending on the person. • Organizing spaces depends on the scale, use of the space, and conditions of the enviroment.