Monday, 20 January 2014
THE FORMS & SPACES.
THE FORMS & SPACES. http://www.nebulaedeveloper.com/
HUMAN RESPONSES POSSESS TO BUILT FORMS & SPACES.
The yoga campus needs certain characters to be portrayed in the form of many elements of site, the articulation of many elements with respect to the site features would give the right kind of setting for the campus which is the ultimate out come or this dissertation.
THE STUDY COVERS PERCEPTION & EXPERIENCE
Environment, Path & Place ,Visual propertied of form ,Symbolic forms.
PERCEPTION & EXPERIENCE
It is not enough to see architecture. We must experience it. And it is important to not that architectural form & space is not apprehended by sight only. The smell of materials, inhabitants, food surrounding, the feel &Texture of materials and surface, the sound of echoes and footsteps. All are part of the complete architectural experience. The principal means through which we experience architecture is through sight and movement.
Movement, spatial sequence and time create the fourth dimension of our perceptual realm, and are an essential component of the experience of architecture. The movement through space is the most important means through which we assimilate architecture Experience. The ease or difficulty of walking along the path and its surfaces texture, the scale & distance of the shifting views as we move along the route. Inclines and steps, al form part of the experience of approaching and passing through architecture.
Peripheral filed of vision is an important component of judging how fast we are moving through a space. Ex. Narrow corridors of colonnades make us feel like we are traveling faster sight is the primary (element) means through which we structure, interpret and understand our environment. One of the principal ways we visually measure and judge our environment it through comparison.
A process that occurs in 2 steps.
1. We place ourselves in relation to the space, determining the size, proportion. And interrelationship of its constituent elements, & their relationship to ourselves.
2. When we then move from the first space to the next, we compare what we know with what we don’t know, measuring the objects in the second space, based on the measure of the first.
Moreover we are visually predisposed to choose the familiar over the unfamiliar. Various types of spatial characters of varying volume induce a predetermined. http://www.nebulaedeveloper.com/