We have accepted the idea that architecture maintains a matrix of patriarchal and heterosexual norms. The project revolves around people who are excluded from normative discourse and are referred to as “queer” in a broader context. It asks how we can begin to think beyond accepted structures — beyond structures of dualism and opposition. By tracing the historical context of specific events, places, and urban areas that define the LGBTQI2+ movement and culture, this study remains grounded in cool identity while revealing an attitude of defiance and transformation. Often out of necessity and survival, outside the boundaries of heterosexuality. By analyzing internal/external rhetorical boundaries, the project questions how social responses to queerness under the surveillance of modern capitalism create new meanings in diversity, openness, contradiction, and debate.
queer population category classification
female to male
The world “queer”has had many different meanings in different times and places.it first referred to strangeness or difference ,then became abusive ,and has since been redefined as a positive term.It can be used as an umbrella term to refer to non-heterosexuals ,or it can challenge gender and through different ways of thinking and acting
Birth and Rebirth
the anatomy of the architectural living being.