Since human visual recognition is based on several phases which go from detection of lines and borders, to mental images used for the recognition of the object, this analysis is aiming to answer to the following points: - does a facade present several levels of interpretation? What happens if we subdivide a facade in layers of understaing going from its bigger elements to the smaller ones? - can we recognize an order in it? Can we define which elements create unity and which ones determine variety?

A study on the Perception of Form in Facade Composition. Comparative study between Turin and Tokyo / Alessio, Lorena. - (1998).

A study on the Perception of Form in Facade Composition. Comparative study between Turin and Tokyo.

ALESSIO, LORENA
1998

Abstract

Since human visual recognition is based on several phases which go from detection of lines and borders, to mental images used for the recognition of the object, this analysis is aiming to answer to the following points: - does a facade present several levels of interpretation? What happens if we subdivide a facade in layers of understaing going from its bigger elements to the smaller ones? - can we recognize an order in it? Can we define which elements create unity and which ones determine variety?
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