“Dynamic Tension Through Compression and Expansion” - Interior Architecture
MANIFESTATION OF THE THIRD DIMENSION
* The quality of depth
or thickness in an
object or a space.
“Dynamic Tension Through Compression and Expansion” (5th dimension)
* Continuous and productive activity or change
* balance maintained in an artistic work between opposing forces or an elements COMPRESSION
* reduce space occupied or space required
* increase in space or
Placement of objects, patterns, or forms in opposition or contrast to each other creates a dynamic tension within Interior Architecture. Elements with a directional quality placed in contrast to a static enclosure can infuse energy and drama. The implied energy can be manipulated to excite or surprise the perceiver while giving directional cues or emphasis to elements in space. Directional cues can clarify circulation, making navigation through space more comprehensible. Strong emphasis on elements in space can be achieved through contrasting the static with the dynamic. Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475-1564)
* master of the use of dynamic
CAPITOLINE HILL, ROME, ITALY (1538 – 1546) by Michelangelo Composed of planned trio buildings to form a piazza intended to be the heart of the city.
A. The space is entered by ascending a monumental set of steep stairs to the summit of a hill overlooking Rome.
B. The perceiver is received in a trapezoidal piazza defined by three palaces symmetrically placed.
C. The main building, Palazzo del Senatore terminates the axis approach.
D. Palazzo dei Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo flank the axis and frame the main building by widening toward the dominant facade forming a wedge-shaped space. LAURENTIAN LIBRARY, FLORENCE (1523 - 1559) by Michelangelo
Located in the cloister of San Lorenzo.
The library was originally planned to be...
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