The research on architecture space

Interior space

The reuse of historical buildings in the metropolitan area of Turin, Italy. Use the multi-attribute value theory (MAVT) method to evaluate the sustainability of cultural heritage projects (Ferretti, Bottero, & Mondini, 2013)

Physical entity

Taking the Alexandria National Museum as an example, the compatibility of new uses of heritage buildings was evaluated (Elsorady, 2014)

Physical entity

Research on the spatial physical properties of historic buildings and integrate the use of energy efficiency and renewable energy (Cabeza, Gracia, & Pisello, 2018)

Physical entity

Using circular economy strategies to study the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage buildings to reduce the impact on the environment (Foster, 2019)

Physical entity

Outside space

In “Communication and Space”, outdoor activities are divided into three categories: necessary activities, spontaneous activities, and social activities. The focus is on the analysis and discussion of the conditions for spontaneous activities and social activities to occur. Suggestions for space design (Gehl, 1971)

Intangible and space

The urban image theory proposes that the exterior space of the building is located at the junction of the building and the city, and is connected with the building and the city. The urban space should be recognizable, structural and imageable (Lynch, 1960)

Physical entity and intangible