The Architect's Brain: Neuroscience, Creativity, and Architecture
May 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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1. The Humanist Brain.
Alberti and Vitruvius.
De pitura and De statura.
De re aedificatoria.
Filarete and Francesco di Giorgio.
Leonardo da Vinci.
2. The Enlightened Brain.
Perrault and Le Roy.
3. The Sensational Brain.
Burke, Price, Adam.
4. The Transcendental Brain.
Kant and Schopenhauer.
Kant's Forms of Sensibility.
Schlegel and Schelling.
Schopenhauer's Physiology of Will.
5. The Animate Brain.
Schinkel, Bötticher, Semper.
Work form/Art Form.
Semper's Metaphor of the Dressing.
6. The Empathetic Brain.
Vischer, Wölfflin, and Göller.
The In-Feeling of Artistic Perception.
The Corporeality of Architectural Emotion.
Memory Images and Jading.
7. The Gestalt Brain.
Wertheimer, Köhler, and Arnheim.
8. The Cognitive Brain.
Piaget, Hayek, and Neutra.
9. The Embodied Brain.
Merleau-Ponty, Rasmussen, and Pallasmaa.
10. The Anatomy of the Human Brain.
11. The Visual Brain.
Zeki and the Idea of Ambiguity.
Ambiguity in Architecture.
Abstraction and Ambiguity.
12. Memory, Consciousness, and Creativity.
Edelman and the Embodied Metaphor.
Selectionism and Plasticity.
Two Models for Consciousness.
The Embodied Metaphor.
Embodied Metaphors in Architecture.
Pérez-Gómez and the Crisis of the Metaphor.
Toward an Architectural Definition of Embodiment.
13. The Sensory Brain.
Architecture with Feeling.
Light and Geometry.
Emotions and Feelings.
The Architect's Brain.
Five Lessons of the Neurosciences.
Artificial Intelligence and Digital Design.
Smarter or Dumber by Design?