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A Study on the Perceived Affordance of Kim, Ju-Tae House in Eum-Seong through Analysis of Visual Structure
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A Study on the Perceived Affordance of Kim, Ju-Tae House in Eum-Seong through Analysis of Visual Structure
Hong, You-Sun;
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This study discusses the architectural space's phenomenology, focusing on the physical environment and psychological behavior. Kim, Ju-Tae House, which is divided by special relationship, was analyzed by method of constructing space, and behavioral meaning with the perspective of visual structure. Kim, Ju-Tae House was constructed in a clear way by reflecting the users social, and cultural relationship. It has a relational and independent territories by physically surrounding Chae and wall. Each independent limited space is suggesting the space being opened by accessing the space stage by stage. This method of constructing the space makes the user aware of the relative difference from the induced space experience, and recognize the incremental strong isolation. Between the yard, which is located in the center of the house, forms a three-dimensional layer between Sarangchae and Anchae, emphasizing the spacial depth. The physical space is relatively small but because of the environmental conditions, such as the positioning of the observer's perspective, short cycle reorientation, and overlapped layer, it is recognized as far or deep compared to the actual size. This is the relative method as a visual perspective that is intended, and is understood as an active element that induces the psychological attitude by the recognized environment affordability of the user.
Depth of Space;Empirical;Perceived Affordance;Territory;Visual Structure;
 Cited by
Jin-Kyoon Kim, A Study on Interpretation of Architectural Space through Analysis of Visual Structure, Architectural Institute of Korea, December, 1994.


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