In design, time has always been a factor capable of influencing the rela- tionship between individual and space as well as the ways of use connected to spe- cific environments. However, in recent years, there has been a compression of the time available for each individual action, an unmeasurable increase in the number of experiences to be lived and a total subversion in the ways of using space, to which cor- responds the emergence of new spatial solutions. In particular, if we consider work and hospitality in contemporary environment, these spaces are radically changing their identity through processes of hybridization and contamination with functions and services. The chapter explores this dimension and outlines “new interiors of the possible” that are progressively being defined, also in relation to new gestures, new styles of living and new ways of dwelling that will characterize the near future.
|Titolo:||Time. Hybrid Spaces for Users-Bodies between Work andHospitality|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02.1 Contributo in Volume|
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