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The Named View

Introducing paper model 2.0:

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With its Physical Named View apparatus

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And an updated render in progress:

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Through the three states of this Georgian room – the real, the virtual and physical – I can perhaps start to identify a few spaces:

The ubiquitous Pre-View / Waited Space – too clean and empty to actually be inhabited:

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(North Sea Apartment by John Pawson)

The Stylised Space – realistically possible even though in this case requires $$$ for furnishing:

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(interior by Foster and Partners)

The Super Inhabited Space:

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(image from the TV show Hoarding: Buried Alive)

And….. the view once the named view is lost (out of named view?):

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The notion of styling of space really comes through in this image from an article titled How I Became an Interior Stylist:

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The named view in regard to space relates to the contemporary curated identity. A recent project by Thailand-based photographer Chompoo Baritone showed a series of social media images and their possible out-of-frame realistic clutter:

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