What is the relationship between architecture, psychology, and the imagination? I first learned about forms of architecture with the purpose of attempting to free the imagination when I was a student of Anna Novakov. The ramifications of interior spaces in terms of affecting one's cognitive functions fascinates and intrigues me.
What might be possible when a young person grows up living in a space with the imagination as its primary design concern?
One remarkable character who has been asking this and similar questions for several decades now is artist and experimental architect Lebbeus Woods. Enjoy the discovery of his work: