Architectural Design Method of Wildlife Sanctuary Based on Gestalt Style Gestalt Theory

  • Xiaomei Gao

Abstract

Compared with traditional modern wildlife sanctuary architecture, contemporary non-European architectural forms often exhibit geometric features such as topography and fractal, which are characterized by a smoother, more fluid, interspersed, cut, mutated, and distorted, liquefied, landscaped architectural form. For the aesthetic cognition of this form, it is difficult for the viewer to judge with the simple thinking mode of “beauty” or “ugly”, but hope to find out behind the building of the wildlife sanctuary through the expression of form. The potential deeper logic and connotation, the architect’s design ideas and the purpose and significance of the architectural form of the wildlife sanctuary. From this point of view, on the basis of a large number of relevant aesthetic theories, the thesis selects the gestalt style gestalt theory to explore the aesthetic cognition of the wild animal sanctuary architecture. Visual perception dynamics theory is a system theory developed by Arnheim on the basis of the aesthetic principles of Gestalt psychology. This theory uses the medium of “force” to understand the aesthetic representation of form, and everything the form of artistic form is attributed to the presentation of “force”, which interprets the dynamic response of external stimuli to human psychology as “force” and the aesthetic judgment of form to the balance of “force”. A good “gestata” must be the “cohesion” equilibrium state formed by “force” after a series of confrontation, digestion, transmission, integration, etc. This equilibrium state is expressed by the person who wants to be a master of art works. The morphological characteristics should conform to its inner location, and can properly express its own connotation characteristics and be recognized by the viewers. Only in this way can people have emotional resonance and psychological comfort experience, and have good aesthetic value and wildlife protection. District animal protection value.

Published
2019-06-01