MaMaMu: Architectural Exposure & Intimacy

The architecture for the Magical Mathematics Museum should include both exposed and intimate spaces.

Exposed macro-spaces for

  • Public problem solving
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Spying with spy ware
  • Broadcasting of International gaming events

Photograph on the right shows Spassky (U.S.S.R.) and Fischer (U.S.A.) under the International Spotlight.

Secluded bunk-bed micro-spaces for

  • Intimate problem solving
  • Student pod casts presenting problems and hints

Photograph on the right shows grade 1 engineers spanning the micro-space beneath their desks with a magnetic spider web.

Let's play with degrees of intimacy like Kazuyu Morita.
This pod is from his architecture studio in Kyoto. It is both exposed and intimate at the same time.

Kazuya Morita's web site is:

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