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Methods of spatial expression on two dimensionsthat brings "Multiple Interpretation" to Micromegas

The space drawn in Daniel Libeskind's drawing "Micromegas" (1979) is chaotic, and it has been recognized as a work in which the interpretation of space is not uniquely defined.The purpose of this paper is to clarify the methods used to create multiple interpretations of the space drawn in "Micromegas" and to expand the possibilities of two-dimensional architectural expression and its spatial interpretations.The subject of this research is "The Garden," the first work in the "Micromegas," and based on the line information, geometric components were classified and extracted, and 11 types of diagrams were created and analyzed.Then the structure that gives "Micromegas" multiple interpretations and the perceptual effects that arise from this structure were clarified.

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