Circulation design of museums: linking chinese classical garden art with museum space
Tutor / directorHernández Falagán, David
Examination committeeVentura Rodà, Oriol; Ventura Casellas, Heura; Trullols Farreny, Enric; Fort Mir, Josep Maria
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
Museum architecture has always been recieving considerable attention from art and architecture commnunities due to its exclusive culture, history, and artistry. The circulation design discussed in this paper and is an exploration of architectural design methodology, based on the author's criticism of contemporary museum architecture's spatial order chaos, illogical spatial organization, and excessive attention on form. This paper intends to intergate circulation, space togather with Classical Chinese Garden art under the same stopic. The relevant theories of art, philosophy, aesthetics, and psychology are applied as well, with a large number of design cases from various countries being cited in hope to summarize the designoriented architectural design theory. Space is both the main body of the architecture,and the carrier for people to live in while nourishing the people. Therefore, the architectural space should not be talked alone without caring the nature. In conclusion, this paper aims to provide a new mindset for future museum design, hoping to achieve rational design arrangement, considering the relationship between space, circulation and people.
SubjectsMuseum architecture, Space perception, Gardens -- China, Museus -- Arquitectura, Percepció de l'espai, Jardins -- Xina
DegreeMÀSTER UNIVERSITARI EN ESTUDIS AVANÇATS EN DISSENY-BARCELONA (Pla 2017)