Saturday, April 10, 2021

The magic of daylight in the interior. Part three.

This is a follow-up to the post on the magic of daylight in interior design:
The magic of daylight in the interior. Part one.
The magic of daylight in the interior. Part two.
Light is a key aspect in theory of human visual perception. In particular, Gestalt psychology describes how people tend to organize visual elements into groups or holistic structures, according to what principles they combine them. Light allows a person to see, separate objects from space, understand and interpret images by human mind. Our minds tend to perceive objects as part of a greater whole and as elements of more complex systems. Lighting helps to create element and hierarchy systems and understand them. That is why lighting is incredibly powerful architectural space modeling tool and perception of architectural and interior design. These are new examples of light that I loved and would like to share with you. I think that the visual imagery and shapes of sunspots in contemporary architecture and contemporary interior design play a key role in the understanding and positive perception of living and architectural space.