|aRhode Island School of Design.|bDepartment of Interior Architecture.
|aIn-between /|cDepartment of Interior Architecture, Rhode IslandSchool of Design ; editors-in-chief: Markus Berger, Liliane Wong.
|aBerlin ;|aBoston :|bWalter de Gruyter GmbH ;|a[Rhode Island] :|bRhode Island School of Design,|c2019.
|a128 p. :|bill. (chiefly col.) ;|c28 cm.
|aIntAR - interventions/adaptive reuse ;|vvol. 10
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|aNarrative environments are a compositional strategy to re-present the times in a life of a building. Narratives associate the many different times and spaces inherent in a particular space at a specific time. The reuse of materials, transformative interventions and the continuation of cultural phenomena result in densely woven narratives. The buildings, projects and essays of the current Int AR volume explore the stories that inhabit spaces.