Keywords:Interior territories, Interior architecture, Spatial design
This paper argues that ‘affect’ is not just incidental but central to understanding interior territories. The paper is set out in three principal parts. The first sets out the main approaches to understanding affect and territory. The second considers the ways in which affect has become central to understanding interiors. Explored in this section of the paper are two recent publications on interiors Thinking Inside the Box and Interior Atmosphere. The third section sets out a different kind of theorising that might be possible once affect is taken into account alongside the insights from post-structuralist theorisation.
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