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ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC SCIENTIFIC - EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL ON SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL-METHODICAL ASPECTS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION AND DESIGNING WITH THE USAGE OF VIDEO AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES


Article ARTIFICIAL LIGHT PANORAMA AS EXPRESSION PLANING STRUCTURE OF THE CITY
Authors V. Karpenko, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia
Abstract We formulate a hypothesis about the artistic and compositional structures of communication and a light evening panorama through the shaping role of artificial light. As a solution, defined criteria for evaluating the structural features of light panoramas, which are based on universal principles of harmonization of artistic composition in architecture and art. Investigated the aesthetic function of light as a panorama of figurative art forms of presentation of the architectural space of an evening. Conducted systematization (primary classification) light panoramas coastal cities in the world, containing the classification levels of landscaping, architectural features and light-color shows a number of techniques to identify artistic vertical (architecture) and horizontal landmarks (landscape) three-dimensional structure of the studied cities.

Revealed typological diversity and the unique structure of the artificial light panoramas. Expands light-color dynamics of landscape and architectural panorama of the coastal city (for example, Vladivostok) as the structural basis of its evening panorama. We consider the deficiencies, contradictions, and methodology for the creation of artificial light a panorama of the coastal city. A model is proposed the formation of an artificial light panorama of the coastal cities on the basis of international experience and case study using the method of psycho-semantic differential, F-test statistical criterion for checking the results of research on the subject of the significance of the data.
Keywords: planing city structure, vertical dominants, a city composition, an artistic image, ordering (primary classification), semantic differential, F-test, model of a light panorama
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