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Neuroarchitecture

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Foreword 7 Architecture

Foreword 7 Architecture 12 Madeleine Region—Neural Paths 12 Architecture as a System of Memory 17 Return and Security 18 The Central Plan versus the Longitudinal Plan 21 Anthropological Requirements of Architecture 21 Organic and Anthropological Architecture 29 The Roof as Image and Dogma 29 Urban Landscapes 32 Tree Cathedrals and City Landscapes 35 Expressionist Forms 38 Jugendstil and Organic Architecture 41 Landscape and Ecosystems 46 Rudolf Steiner in Context 50 Organic Architecture—Dogma of Reception 55 Holistic Architecture 57 Anthropology as Relaunch 60 Mobility 64 Body and Distance 64 Movement as a Necessity 76 Quality of Movement 78 Movement and Dignity 83 Enclosure and Hermits 83 Body Consciousness 86 Neuromusicology—Neuroarchitecture 89 Music as Experience of Movement 89 Imagined Compositions 93 Compositions and Abstract Structures 93 Body, Space, Experience 95 Reduction and Structure 96 Limits of Musical Understanding 97 Movement, Structure, Surface 98 Stockhausen—Feldman—Ligeti 99 Neuroscientific Overlaps 109

Home 117 House—Community—Identity 117 Ethics of Living 122 Security—Grasping 125 The Tent-Shape as Archetype 132 Sheltering Places 137 Return—Fulfilment—Departure 140 Home as Structure—Corners of the House 146 Sensory Cycles: Seasons—Aromas 148 Potentials of Neuroarchitecture 153 Basic Principles of Neuroarchitecture 153 Neuroarchitecture and Behavioral Changes 167 Stimulations in Functional Contexts 169 Neuroscientific Spatial Concepts 174 Cognition of the Body—Patterns 175 Hands—Understanding beyond Language 176 Neuroarchitecture versus Cognitive Impairment 182 Potentials of Neuroarchitecture 190 Structuring as an Anthropological Task 191 Open Questions and Outlook 204 Conclusion and Acknowledgments 208 Appendix 212 Bibliography 213 Notes 215 Picture Credits 221