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THE VIEWER'S VISUAL SENSE ABOUT THE FACADE OF HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS MAY VARY WITH THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE TWO

  • ZHANG Yiwen
    Dept. of Architecture, Urban Engineering and Civil Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology
  • KONDO Shouichi
    Dept. of Architecture, Urban Engineering and Civil Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology
  • HAYASE Yukihiko
    Dept. of Architecture, Urban Engineering and Civil Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology
  • WAKAYAMA Shigeru
    Dept. of Architecture, Urban Engineering and Civil Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology
  • MATSUMOTO Naoji
    Dept. of Architecture, Urban Engineering and Civil Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology

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  • 距離による高層建築ファサードの見えの変化に関する研究
  • キョリ ニ ヨル コウソウ ケンチク ファサード ノ ミエ ノ ヘンカ ニ カ

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Abstract

To investigate how viewer's vision about the facade of high-rise buildings might vary with the distance between the two a number of individuals was separatedly asked to describe their various visions about six buildings with distinct style under the desired recognizable elements. After analyzing the collecting data, we propose that : (1) There are actually two stages when one looks a building : Perceptive Stage and Cognizable Stage. (2) Such kind of variations is at least based on 12 recognizable elements. (3) "Landscape" "Facade" and "Detail" could be 3 basic "viewcycles". (4) The differences in the composition of external wall caused distinct in visual senses. (5) The similar results were obtained from the investigation by watching slides rather than by watching the real building.

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