I’ve found that one of my favorite architectural features are interior spaces that feature parts of buildings that used to be exterior. An example at Syracuse University is the Eggers/Maxwell space.
I call this a proper ineterior-exterior space (ie-space, for short). There may be a correct name, but I haven’t found it yet. There are other types: improper ie-spaces, and exhibition ie-spaces. There maybe other classifications, this is a hobby work in progress for me. Here are some definitions, and links to some photo galleries that I am working on, as well as a document that I’ve started writing. Who knows what this will turn into!
Proper Interior-Exterior Space: a building expansion that includes the old exterior space as a style element, without damage. Some example photos are here.
Improper Interior-Exterior Space: a building expansion in which the old exterior features are damaged in the expansion process. Some examples photos are here.
Exhibition Interior-Exterior Space: a building or part of a building that have been reconstructed inside another building. Some examples are here.
Interior-Exterior Spaces document.
If you know of any good examples, please send them my way!