Intertwining is an international, interdisciplinary journal dedicated to understanding the experience and making of architecture. It includes the voices of science alongside those of the arts - as both ways of knowing are critical to the multidimensional nature of our inquiry.
"We want to move beyond thinking of architecture as an object.
Architecture is not separate from us - it is not something to be judged merely by its formal properties, its satisfaction of programmatic concerns or its performance in terms of technical parameters. We are not dismissing the importance of these factors but wish to enrich them, to understand and articulate how architecture can capture and express unseen layers of meaning and purpose. We want to think of architecture as a verb, a mover, a shaper, an active agent in human flourishing. In order to appreciate the potential power of architecture we want to explore the experience of architecture, and the intimately related experience of making architecture. Turning our attention to experience requires that we listen to and consider knowledge from a full array of disciplines. Experience is multi-dimensional, multi-directional, irreducible Experience always supercedes, flows over any boundary that attempts to circumscribe it."
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About the Author
Alessandro Gattara pursued his doctoral degree in architecture at the University of Parma working with the neuroscientist Vittorio Gallese, with whom he contributed to the book Mind in Architecture. He is the italian translator of Harry Mallgrave’s Architecture and Embodiment.
Sarah Robinson practiced architecture in San Francisco for nearly 20 years, she currently lives and practices in Italy. She was the founding chair of Taliesin, The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture and the author of Nesting: Body, Dwelling, Mind and Mind in Architecture: Neuroscience, Embodiment and the Future of Design with Juhani Pallasmaa.
Davide Ruzzon is an architect. Since 2016 with Lombardini22 has developed TUNED, a project focused on the application of Neurosciences to Architecture. He is the curator of TArch, and since 2017 Founder and Scientific Responsible of the NAAD Master at the IUAV of Venice.