Heterotopian Spaces: Public, Semi-public and Non-public Interiors in Contemporary Architecture, 1970–2010

sauerbruch hutton, Museum Brandhorst, Munich

sauerbruch hutton, Museum Brandhorst, Munich © 2011 The Andy Warhol Foundation

In this subproject interior spaces are understood as both constituents and representations of the present exterior world. Public interior spaces, such as airports and museums, are treated as documents of cultural, social, and aesthetic changes during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. This subproject will make a substantial contribution to the study of the modern and postmodern concepts of the interior.