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Inside vs. Outside

fuzzyturtle

What does Inside vs. Outside mean to you on a philosophical but also architectural level?

 
Jan 26, 24 11:05 am
Almosthip

Is this your homework? 

Jan 26, 24 11:36 am  · 
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Non Sequitur

The only thing I care about is that there is a constant flow of either coffee or Guinness from outside of my cup/pint to inside of my cup/pint.  Side note, we're not here to do your work so make an effort and figure this shit out on your own.

Jan 26, 24 11:56 am  · 
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ashleyfernandes

Hey ns, rly out of topic but u the same guy that once helped kraye in 2018, The one who had the comment *is arch really worth it*?

Jan 26, 24 1:05 pm  · 
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Is this the guy that follows NS around like a pissed off toddler? You liked your own post so . . .

Jan 26, 24 1:17 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

No idea what or who Kraye is...

but I guess it's from this thread.

https://archinect.com/forum/th...

not sure why it's being resurrected here.  I'm only interested in coffee and guinness.

Jan 26, 24 1:22 pm  · 
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It sure seems like ashleyfernandes is OneLostArchitect.

Jan 26, 24 2:03 pm  · 
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ill_will

Coffee and Guinness are the only things worth being interested in, maybe a building or two on a good day

Feb 6, 24 10:34 am  · 
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curtkram

inside is where the mechanical systems go.  air conditioning the outside is too expensive. 

Jan 26, 24 1:57 pm  · 
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JLC-1

stop watching porn

Jan 26, 24 2:43 pm  · 
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Inside: has vapor barrier

Outside: has no vapor barrier

As to which is which...it's impossible to say.

Jan 26, 24 3:37 pm  · 
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This goldfish is steering a car over land. Is the fish in water or out of water?


Jan 26, 24 3:41 pm  · 
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This reminds me now of a Thread I saw: We live in a cold world inside a warm box and inside our warm box we keep another smaller box that we keep cold and another even smaller box that we keep even warmer.

Feb 7, 24 10:59 am  · 
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We're a brain sitting in a skull cockpit, piloting a flesh and bone mech suit that keeps us alive. Our bone mech is riding on rock space station that keeps our bone mech alive. The rock space station is hurtling through a vacuum at 67,000 mph. Everything outside of our skull cockpit is trying to kill us, including our mech suite and space station.

Feb 7, 24 12:59 pm  · 
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natematt

Seems more and more to me like it's whatever the local AHJ says it is... 

Jan 26, 24 3:53 pm  · 
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Wood Guy

You should be able to draw a continuous line around the entire building section, representing the air control layer. Inside the air control layer is interior. Outside the air control layer is exterior. If you have gaps in the air control layer, you have interstitial spaces that are neither indoors or outdoors. Ideally the other control layers (thermal, vapor, moisture) are directly adjacent to the air control layer but sometimes they aren't, and often they aren't continuous, though ideally they would be. 

Philosophically, inside is shelter, outside is exposed to the elements. 

When's your assignment due? What do you think the answer is?


Jan 26, 24 4:00 pm  · 
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joseffischer

oh, I copy/pasted this for my assignment

Jan 26, 24 4:53 pm  · 
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natematt

Outside/Inside debate < a window 

Jan 26, 24 7:40 pm  · 
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Wood Guy

I read that as, "outside/inside debate is less than a window." Is that correct? If so, what does it mean?

Feb 8, 24 4:50 pm  · 
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Volunteer

In some climates what is inside and what is outside changes with the seasons. 

Feb 6, 24 10:23 am  · 
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ill_will

I asked chat gpt to answer your question but write it in the style of Mein Kampf, good luck on your home work comrade

In the dichotomy between inside and outside, philosophically and architecturally, lies a profound tension. Inside represents the known, the familiar, and the bounded, offering security and comfort amidst the chaos of existence. It is the sanctuary where tradition and identity flourish. Conversely, outside symbolizes the unknown, the unbounded, and the realm of adventure and discovery. Architecturally, inside manifests as the crafted sanctuary, while outside serves as the boundary between the known and the unknown, projecting strength and beauty to the world beyond. This perpetual struggle between enclosure and liberation, confinement and expansiveness, encapsulates the essence of human experience, both in philosophy and in the built environment.

Feb 6, 24 10:42 am  · 
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Volunteer

Here is the Barcelona Pavilion. Is it inside or outside? 

Feb 6, 24 10:53 am  · 
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ill_will

Why pick in or out, why not just "sides" ?

Feb 6, 24 10:59 am  · 
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Sharky McPeterson

Listen buddy, this is no time to pick sides 
/s

Feb 8, 24 1:09 pm  · 
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Wood Guy

There are interstitial spaces which are neither indoors or outdoors.

Feb 8, 24 4:50 pm  · 
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J G

inside is for slippies, outside is for shoesies

Feb 8, 24 5:57 pm  · 
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I wish I could get my husband to agree with me on this.

Feb 10, 24 2:22 pm  · 
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JLC-1

we all live inside the same gas bubble, we can't live outside.

Feb 9, 24 1:12 pm  · 
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Deep.

Feb 9, 24 1:51 pm  · 
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Ibukunoluwa

Philosophically, it's about the duality of being - the contrast between our inner selves and the external world.

Feb 10, 24 3:32 am  · 
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Philosophically, it could be about anything.

Feb 10, 24 10:39 am  · 
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Mother's womb vs. cold bright world.

Feb 10, 24 2:22 pm  · 
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Ibukunoluwa

Yeah

Feb 24, 24 6:31 am  · 
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