本文主要讲解关于建筑的视觉艺术，有几种方法可以战胜视觉。一种方法是将视觉和其他感官结合起来。视觉艺术和建筑试图利用事实创造的图像来激发“新体验”，大卫·莱文(David Levin)就是这么说的。“这是一种情境性的、联想性的外观，它还通过视觉成分刺激我们的其他感官。”因此，它实际上使用了一种感官的组合，可以恢复感官平衡”(Levin, 1988)。因此，视觉和视觉对创造空间的体验有很大的影响。空间可以提供自由的感觉，也可以是一种干扰(吉布森，1966)。本篇澳洲论文代写文章由澳洲论文人EducationRen教育网整理，供大家参考阅读。
There are several methods to triumph over the sense of sight. One way could combine the sight with other senses. Visual art and architecture try to use the images that are created by the facts to inspire “new experiences”, as called by David Levin. “It is a contextual, associative look that stimulates also our other senses over a visual component. So it uses in fact a combination of senses that can bring back a sensory balance” (Levin, 1988). Thus the vision and sight have great impact on creating the experience of the space. Space can provide sense of freedom or could be a disturbance (Gibson, 1966).
The texture on the walls is also appealing in creating vision harmony as they look pleasant and can generate sensory pleasure. Lighting plays an important role in creating designs for visually impaired. Lightening also depends person to person, as too much light can hurt in eyes and not enough light can create an atmosphere dark and creepy (Bright, Cook, and Harris, 2004).
Sounds are considered as the major source of the world. High ceilings of the room could make the sound huge and can create eco sound. Bricks are considered to be better in keeping away the loud noises from outside (Rasmussen, 2001). Wood panelling is also helpful in holding the outside noise. The wood wall of the rooms also makes it difficult to hear voice from the other rooms. Hearing is also considered as the incorporating sense. This sense is not focused like the sense of vision. The view of a building will not show that who is watching at it, but the building will return the sound of the footsteps of a person walking inside. The sense of hearing is helpful in creating the three dimensional image of the atmosphere. When some sound is heard, the image of the place is made inside the human brain. The sound also provides the explanation about the distance.
In the world, the hearing sense remains the unconscious and work as background experience. At the right places, the sounds can create the right atmosphere. While at the wrong architecture, it can also become a disaster. According to J. Pallasmaa, “we are not aware of the significance of hearing in spatial experience, although sound often provides the temporal continuum in which visual impressions are embedded” (Pallasmaa, 2011). It could be understood with the example of a movie that the sound track could evoke the sense of thrill, laughter, grief and drama. In the same way, sound can intensify the power of the perception in architecture.