Spatial-sound topology of the museum's architectural space.
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SARAOUI, S., BELAKEHAL, A., BENNADJI, A. and ATTAR, A. 2018. Spatial-sound topology of the museum's architectural space. Courrier du savoir [online], 26, pages 571-584. Available from: http://revues.univ-biskra.dz/index.php/cds/article/view/3980
The present work aims to demonstrate that a topological characterization of architectural space would amount to a presence and a participation of sound. In other words, the sound, itself and similarly to the human body, will be able to generate new spatiality that can be characterized 'topologically'. The museum considered as an architectural work intended for the public, is the object of study of this investigation. A corpus of thirty international museums was subjected to analysis in accordance with the model developed and based on the notions of 'route' and 'sequence'. Using statistical analyzes of the data collected for this corpus. It is to be admitted that the sound enhances the museum route thanks to the continuities and discontinuities with the basic form of the building. It is from this relationship that the sound topologies are born.