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id ddssar0030
authors Wilsing, Markus and Sonkan, Tijen
year 2000
title Rediscovering communication through representation
source Timmermans, Harry (Ed.), Fifth Design and Decision Support Systems in Architecture and Urban Planning - Part one: Architecture Proceedings (Nijkerk, the Netherlands)
summary Design is created or taught in the first step by the “internal” world of human beings, which is afterwards visualised or represented in the “external” one. The “external” world is a representation of the “internal” world, and the “internal world” is a representation of the “external” world. They both depend on each other and influence each other, and can be seen as an instrument of visual communication within and between domains. Man throughout the time stored information in his “inside” which can give us probably an answer to how the representation of our environment came out, and how it guides our lives, our behaviour and health. Many sciences have tried and are still trying to explore the “inside” of man to provide him with health, better satisfaction for his needs and desires. But although all sciences have the well being of human beings as a common aim they have also isolated themselves from each other. Due to this, it can be said that there is a lack of exchange of knowledge and it only shows that an interdisciplinary movement is necessary. In this paper, a research that was conducted at Bilkent University in the year 2000 will be utilised to clarify these statements about the perception and representation of space by the help of colours and forms.
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