Historically, there have been two primary ways of perceiving space that have been considered opposed
to one another. First is the analytical, measured space of representation - the drawings and models
architects make, which have historically been called the ‘instrumental’ (as they are instruments in
the description of architecture). Second is the sensory, embodied space of a direct perception of
architecture as built. This is generally understood as our primary way of understanding space. This
work challenges that they are independent and oppositional ways of understanding space.