With the rise of digital nomads, flexible mobility and travel is becoming a trend in the world. Places of transit are thus increasingly relevant and forms a big part of our spatial-temporal experience in the future. Yet, most people view transit time as dead time. These places of transit are often distinctly isolated from the urban context, making them placeless. Is it possible to then, carry out placemaking at these places of transit, for a rich spatial-temporal experience to be attained?
This project seeks to explore placemaking using the notion of temporality, via technology. Temporality is defined as the perceived time-space experienced in the everyday life. Placemaking takes place when one recalibrates to the temporality of a place and enjoys an immersive experience. Therefore, aside from conventional architectural means, we would like to propose a manipulation of time-space as an additional layer in enhancing the place-making experience in transit. This would be achieved via digital means, through an exploration in the relationship between light animations and space-temporality.
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