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THE EVALUATION OF VISUAL EFFECTS OF SCENES OF PROGRESSIVELY CHANGING BUILDING POSITIONING TYPES AND HEIGHTS IN HOUSING ESTATES : Studies on the planning of exterior spaces, 4

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  • 住宅地における建築群の空間構成の変化と視覚的効果について : 建築群の空間構成計画に関する研究・その 4
  • 住宅地における建築群の空間構成の変化と視覚的効果について--建築群の空間構成計画に関する研究-4-
  • ジュウタクチ ニ オケル ケンチクグン ノ クウカン コウセイ ノ ヘンカ ト

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The purpose of the present study is to reveal the visual effects of scenes when the building positioning types and heights in housing estates are progressively changed. Considering building positioning types in housing estates, 73 small scale models were produced and 423 viewing points within these spaces were evaluated using eight semantic bipolar scales. To observe the models as if from standing height, a fiber scope was adopted. First, the resulting values were subjected to Factor Analysis. Using Factor Scores, each viewing point within 14 progressively changing positioning patterns, and 14 progressively changing height patterns were then plotted in a semantic space composed of the three dimensions : Pleasantness, Potency and Unity. Second, the viewing points were configured to two dimensional space by Multidimensional Scaling, and their relations were investigated. As a result of these anlyses, the influence on visual effects of changes of building lengths, the space width between buildings, building configulations, angular relationships between buildings and building heights were made clear.

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