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Different spatial layers in the architectural structure of a building can create particular spatial relations and an architectural space that cannot be defined as an inner space or as an outer space, but one which has the characteristics of both. This space, which can be called "in between space", appears as the result of a specific design concept in which the architectural composition is created by gradual insertion of volumes one inside another, like a box that is placed inside a box, insidedoi:10.2298/spat1636084k fatcat:tfarlbx2fjgy3bjqs55dia4e3i