The Impact of Ergonomic Guiding Principles on the Formation of Modern Monumental Art
Commemoration of historic events is now a commonplace phenomenon both in culture and in academic research. The phenomenon is linked to an increase in the representation of the visualisation of the past in public sphere, which in turn leads to reformulation of monumental art. Modern monuments are often spatial forms consisting both of sculpture installation and bigger constructions. In case of these realisations, the designers, wishing to create certain atmosphere among the users, have undertaken certain steps that are contrary to the guidelines set out in the norms concerning ergonomic use of space. Architecture, whose basic purpose is to provide a sense of security, implements construction solutions which make the user disoriented and feel uneasy. The purpose of this article is an analysis of intentional use of design practices related to non-ergonomic organisation of public spaces, creation of typologies of realised solutions and an attempt to present the consequences of undertaking such steps.
Agnieszka Gębczyńska-Janowicz. (2018). The Impact of Ergonomic Guiding Principles on the Formation of Modern Monumental Art, 788, 333-341. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94199-8_32
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