Designers are adding interest to buildings by developing illusory elements
Implications - Adding visual interest and novelty to public structures, illusory architecture is changing the ways in which people understand the function of buildings. Whether transparent, reflective or oddly shaped, more interesting forms of architecture reflect a demand for more distinct and unique forms of public art.
1. Illusory Architecture - Developing unique and interesting forms of public art.
2. Cantilevered Design - Creating precarious, sculptural structures.
3. Color-changing Buildings - Displaying dynamic light installations at night to attract attention.
1. Architecture - Incorporating unconventional and creative designs to public structures.
2. Construction - Developing new materials and techniques to allow for unique and audacious buildings.
3. Design - Creating visually striking and interactive structures through color, light, and shape.