Category: Spatial Design

Reflection on The Split Wall: Domestic Voyeurism

Introduction Having done the reading on The Split Wall: Domestic Voyeurism, it is interesting to note that there is another view towards architecture – sexuality. The book Sexuality & Space discusses the relationship between sexuality and the hidden spaces in daily practices. Philosophies of sexuality are being reread in architectural expressions and vice-versa. Having such interpretations dislodges architecture, and it… Read more →

Chinese Heritage Centre

For today’s Spacial Design lesson, we had a field trip to NTU’s Chinese Heritage Centre. It was a good learning experience as I learnt a lot about NTU’s origins. It wasn’t the first time I step into the Chinese Heritage Centre but this time it was a more educational one. This build is the heart of NTU and also the… Read more →

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