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||EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF CITY LIGHTING PANORAMA COMPOSITION BY LAW OF COMPARATIVE JUDGMENT (THURSTONE L. MODEL)|
|Authors||V. Karpenko, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia|
|Abstract||A composition, semantic and aesthetic sense of panorama as a reflection of the city space-planning structure is disclosed in the theory of architecture and planning. Architectural panorama is the characteristic of appearance and universal category of the art form of the city. It is the visual expression of the process of architectural and urban city planning and landscape development. The dynamics of panorama perception is characterized by gradual pace of visual frame, included multivariate of panoramic situations. Long-range and short-range plans of different visual and compositional characteristics are stood in the structure of panorama. The Important structural element - the horizon line is divided the panoramic view on the upper and lower stage of architectural and natural spaces.
The structure of the architectural panorama can be the basis of her evening and night lighting composition, which depends on the degree of concentration, brightness, color, form, light shapes and graphic elements, rhythmic alternation which gives it a visual dynamics. The elements of the coastal city landscape - the glowing water tablet, expressive relief and complexity of the coastline are acquired a special image-composite value in light panorama.
The light structure of quays, piers and jetties are a common element of the light planning structure of the coastal city. This paper describes the formation of the light panorama composition as a large-scale of urban form of the evening-night coastal city by the method of subjective evaluation of pair visual stimulus - a photomaps of the light panorama options (L. Thurstone model).
|Keywords:||city planning structure, deep-planned criteria, visual stimulus, law of comparative judgment (Thurstone, L.L.), lighting composition, lighting panorama|