Affective Architecture. Film as a Sensory Transference Tool and an Intimacy Projection Environment

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Affective Architecture. Film as a Sensory Transference Tool and an Intimacy Projection Environment. / Petersen, Rikke Munck; Farsø, Mads.

Congress proceeding. ed. / Nicolas Rémy; Nicolas Tixier. Vol. 1 1. ed. International Ambiances Network & University of Thessaly, 2016. p. 207-212.

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Harvard

Petersen, RM & Farsø, M 2016, Affective Architecture. Film as a Sensory Transference Tool and an Intimacy Projection Environment. in N Rémy & N Tixier (eds), Congress proceeding. 1 edn, vol. 1, International Ambiances Network & University of Thessaly, pp. 207-212, 3rd International Congress on Ambiances, Department of Architecture, University of Thessaly6, Volos, Greece, 21/09/2016.

APA

Petersen, R. M., & Farsø, M. (2016). Affective Architecture. Film as a Sensory Transference Tool and an Intimacy Projection Environment. In N. Rémy, & N. Tixier (Eds.), Congress proceeding (1 ed., Vol. 1, pp. 207-212). International Ambiances Network & University of Thessaly.

Vancouver

Petersen RM, Farsø M. Affective Architecture. Film as a Sensory Transference Tool and an Intimacy Projection Environment. In Rémy N, Tixier N, editors, Congress proceeding. 1 ed. Vol. 1. International Ambiances Network & University of Thessaly. 2016. p. 207-212

Author

Petersen, Rikke Munck ; Farsø, Mads. / Affective Architecture. Film as a Sensory Transference Tool and an Intimacy Projection Environment. Congress proceeding. editor / Nicolas Rémy ; Nicolas Tixier. Vol. 1 1. ed. International Ambiances Network & University of Thessaly, 2016. pp. 207-212

Bibtex

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