As simple as the term space may appear, a clear definition of its meaning happens to be challenging. Basically, from the point of view of architecture, a distinction is made between physical and social space. The physical space is measurable by length and width and height and can take into account further factors like certain material characteristics, lighting conditions and acoustic properties. There exist dark, muffled-sounding and low rooms, as well as high, bright and reverberant sounding rooms. Physical space is, on one hand, understood as a volume with physically measurable quantities. The definition of social space, on the other hand, is a lot more complicated. […]