Hi guys, I quite new to the forum and have never posted before. Please take it easy on me!
I'm in my 4td year of Interior Architecture in Edinburgh and am trying to settle on a topic for my dissertation (which is stressing me out big time!). Iâ€™m thinking about looking into the idea of how atmosphere is created in architectural space and how one can be completely overwhelmed in one space and not in another. Iâ€™m thinking I might set up an interview of some sorts in various buildings to find out what is it that draws an emotional response from the viewer and allows them to connect with the building and in some cases what is it that causes them to dislike an interior intensely. What is it that makes a â€˜good buildingâ€™ as opposed to an â€˜interesting buildingâ€™?
Iâ€™ve never tackled something like this before and would love to get some feedback from you guys on whether this is something worth pursuing for a dissertation?