It may not be your first instinct when entering a building
to consider how it makes you feel, but architecture has
always had a big impact on emotions. Different spaces
are designed to make their inhabitants feel different
things; offices can make you feel energised and
productive, art galleries can make you feel thoughtful
and curious, and museums can make you feel calm and
intrigued. Each of these spaces is completely different
from each other and are far more than just a building.
As part of a series of annual architecture competitions,
the Museum of Emotions / Edition No 2 competition is
tasking participants with using architecture as a tool to
bring out different emotions. Participants are asked to
design a museum that includes two separate halls that
bring out contrasting emotions – one inducing negative
emotions, and the other inducing positive emotions.

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