Invisible architecture

Invisible architecture

A form of architecture that would represent an expenditure of energy to create walls and furniture by the use of jets of air instead of conventional building materials, allowing for instant buildings.
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It is standing to me how early on Faulkner was invested in dynamically mapping the physical systems of Yoknapatawpha in terms of a complex, but largely invisible architecture.
The narrative dynamically develops this relationship between observer and medium, encoding the plantation house as an invisible architecture that becomes visible and tactile through a series of mediated surfaces.
For all its Art Deco-like lighting fixtures and mint green tiles, this is an oddly invisible architecture.