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A Study on the Effects of 'Defying Gravity' in Aesthetic Preference of Architectural Forms
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Effects of 'Defying Gravity' in Aesthetic Preference of Architectural Forms
Kim, Su-Bin; Whang, Hee-Joon;
 
 Abstract
Every matter on Earth live within the effects of Earth's gravity. Therefore overcoming the force of gravity means denying a primitive power that humans beings don't even notice and eventually, reaching a point where human beings feel sense of pleasure by doing so. gave side effects, such as lack of meaning and logic in the modern architecture. The recent architectural structures imply not only the emphasis of their structural beauty but also of their constructive complexity within their creative yet simple forms. By comprehending the structural aesthetics in modern architectural form, this thesis discusses the possibilities of finding the 'Defying Gravity Form' in the study of architecture. The issue of the 'Defying Gravity Form' were discussed in many different fields in past studies but it has been never managed in the field of architectural design. Therefore this thesis mainly focused on the empirical correlation between the 'Defying Gravity' phenomenon and human visual preference.
 Keywords
Defying Gravity;Architectural Form;Aesthetic Preference;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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대한건축학회연합논문집, 2015. vol.17. 6, pp.49-58
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