Pantheon, Rome

 

This is the feelgood space of:
Albert van der Sar

And this is why:

The most important for my feelgoodbuilding is itís location. The rest is less important. Very important is the protection that the feelgoodbuilding offers. Obviously interrelated with the location (safe environment or not) and my activities. During holidays I love sleeping in a tent or in a (thick) sleeping bag (max clo) outside. Under the stars, next to a warm fire, with the noise of night animals in the background, half drunk. That sums up pretty well what the ingredients for my ultimate feel good experience are. Of course after a few weeks I get fed up with that (after a while rather impractical) and enjoy going back to a real roof over my head. Another feelgood environment of interest is the Finnish sauna (minimum clo) or swimming outside in a (heated) swimming pool. My ultimate feelgoodbuilding is a building with contrasts. Not same - same everywhere. But for example nicely heated areas (e.g. in the living room) next to more chilly parts (e.g. halls and bedrooms). Light areas (e.g. in a serre) combined with dimmed light in the living area and darkness where I sleep. Some parts with a ceiling height of 2.40 meter. Other parts with a height of 3 meter or more with high placed windows for spectacular daylight penetration. How the building looks? I like fun and something strange is welcome. Examples that come close to my ultimate feelgoodbuilding are: The Pantheon in Rome, TWA Saarinen in New York, the Kruisheren church in Maastricht and the Evoluon in Eindhoven.

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