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Christine Abrahamyan

http://christinabrahamyan.am/

Yerevan, Armenia
Christine Abrahamyan is an interior designer. She has explored linkages of interior design and architecture, and has completed projects ranging from designing public and residential spaces to experimental conceptual projects. In 2015 she was awarded the 2nd prize in the 50th “Central Glass” international architectural-design competition in Tokyo. She has currently interested in subject of interconnection between digital and physical environments in architectural space.

SEPARATION


Future architecture need to review the existing typology of house planning and propose new standards that consider the presence of the digital social world in the living space

SEPARATION


Future architecture need to review the existing typology of house planning and propose new standards that consider the presence of the digital social world in the living space
This proposal is an experimental suggestion to put digital environment in precise physical borders of Space and Time in the living environment and separate the physical and digital forms of human communications in different Time and Space areas
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As suggested in Abha Dawesar, Ted Talk: “Life in the "digital now", the “ Digital now" is a flow of time which is parallel to "physical present" and compatible with it. Hence, we are in a continuous movement between these two Time spaces losing the given opportunity to entirely perceive the actual moment of “now”.
Another important aspect to consider is that digital reality deprives us of the opportunity to quality time alone and with other human beings, including family and friends which withdraws us from our complete Self-awareness. This affects living environment, where a human being acts as a member of family, as an individual and, nowadays, as a member of society in social networks. A continual presence of online social intercommunications in living environment confuses these roles within physical and digital realities and also within Time.
The main idea of the proposal amplifies these roles by separating them into the exact space and time areas.



The project proposed to:
1. Separate digital environment from physical environment and to put it in precise physical borders of Space and Time in the living environment. Social network interactions will be held only in this space. This will refer to reconsidering idea of zoning in living environment and presume the digital environment and it's physical area as a new standard of zoning.

2. Disconnect the living space into separate independent and typical units by outside environment (by green open corridors) according to the above mentioned roles (family unit, Individual unit, Social-web/social-network unit). This will provide closer connection between inside and outside spaces. Due to this kind of separation the living environment will become more flexible and can be easily adjusted as needed. We can make different configurations of units in the living space, by adding or remo

This project is an attempt to execute the idea of separation in different environmental levels, from planning of space to the architectonic formation of building.

SEPARATION


Future architecture need to review the existing typology of house planning and propose new standards that consider the presence of the digital social world in the living space

SEPARATION


Future architecture need to review the existing typology of house planning and propose new standards that consider the presence of the digital social world in the living space
This proposal is an experimental suggestion to put digital environment in precise physical borders of Space and Time in the living environment and separate the physical and digital forms of human communications in different Time and Space areas
File under

As suggested in Abha Dawesar, Ted Talk: “Life in the "digital now", the “ Digital now" is a flow of time which is parallel to "physical present" and compatible with it. Hence, we are in a continuous movement between these two Time spaces losing the given opportunity to entirely perceive the actual moment of “now”.
Another important aspect to consider is that digital reality deprives us of the opportunity to quality time alone and with other human beings, including family and friends which withdraws us from our complete Self-awareness. This affects living environment, where a human being acts as a member of family, as an individual and, nowadays, as a member of society in social networks. A continual presence of online social intercommunications in living environment confuses these roles within physical and digital realities and also within Time.
The main idea of the proposal amplifies these roles by separating them into the exact space and time areas.



The project proposed to:
1. Separate digital environment from physical environment and to put it in precise physical borders of Space and Time in the living environment. Social network interactions will be held only in this space. This will refer to reconsidering idea of zoning in living environment and presume the digital environment and it's physical area as a new standard of zoning.

2. Disconnect the living space into separate independent and typical units by outside environment (by green open corridors) according to the above mentioned roles (family unit, Individual unit, Social-web/social-network unit). This will provide closer connection between inside and outside spaces. Due to this kind of separation the living environment will become more flexible and can be easily adjusted as needed. We can make different configurations of units in the living space, by adding or remo

This project is an attempt to execute the idea of separation in different environmental levels, from planning of space to the architectonic formation of building.


Idea by

Christine Abrahamyan
Yerevan
Armenia
Christine Abrahamyan is an interior designer. She has explored linkages of interior design and architecture, and has completed projects ranging from designing public and residential spaces to experimental conceptual projects. In 2015 she was awarded the 2nd prize in the 50th “Central Glass” international architectural-design competition in Tokyo. She has currently interested in subject of interconnection between digital and physical environments in architectural space.