Corporal features are connected with three-dimensional planned-space features through postural and behavioural sensations, perceptions and possibilities. This interaction is the focus of the research project. The architectonical planning changes its logic. The planning process is not to be considered as a study centred to space’ composition to a next subsequent human utilisation, but as a reflection around the human being and its way to walk, to seat, to communicate to configure physical space through morphometric gradients associated with postural, behavioral, proxemic, psycho-perceptive features. This knowledge is the unavoidable starting point to planning. The research, exploiting the potentialities of the three-dimensional survey instruments, is articulated in themes analysed by means of increasing scales: starting from the human figure in a static and solitary dimension, to a dynamic dimension and state of connection, introducing architectonical, proxemical, gesture variables; up to typically architectonical contexts, where the design of space and of interior fitting guides, directs and influences the people’ dynamic processes. Mechanistic culture relegated the human figure in anonymity because of the establishment of an asexual morphological-standard. Now, by means of the collected data, it is possible to attempt to look into the subject through its identity and typical features: genus, age, morphometric structure, postural attitudes. The collected data require an acquisition changeable time displaying the dynamicity of the human figure in its diachronic existence. Dynamism of the body is invariable and to be surveyed independently of the scale of the analysis: in the single figure vibrations are visible and measurable like corporal wrapper; in relations’ contexts it become possible to point out the action-reaction process developing like a sequence of corporal outlines; in more articulated contexts postural and dynamic changes can be observed. The working-out of a sample of 50 subjects allowed suggesting a possible increase of the planning guidelines, proposing a minimum measure based on the corporal wrapper, a corporeal data base where the planners can use 3D models like verifying instruments in planning process, the use of corporal types pointed out from the relations analyses like guide line to planning.

Floating bodies for floating spaces.The corporeal dynamism as starting point to the analysis of the morphometric structure, of the postural habits and of the proxemics systems toward a new planning of domestic space

BALZANI, Marcello;FERRARI, Federico;MAIETTI, Federica;VANUCCI, Cristina
2008

Abstract

Corporal features are connected with three-dimensional planned-space features through postural and behavioural sensations, perceptions and possibilities. This interaction is the focus of the research project. The architectonical planning changes its logic. The planning process is not to be considered as a study centred to space’ composition to a next subsequent human utilisation, but as a reflection around the human being and its way to walk, to seat, to communicate to configure physical space through morphometric gradients associated with postural, behavioral, proxemic, psycho-perceptive features. This knowledge is the unavoidable starting point to planning. The research, exploiting the potentialities of the three-dimensional survey instruments, is articulated in themes analysed by means of increasing scales: starting from the human figure in a static and solitary dimension, to a dynamic dimension and state of connection, introducing architectonical, proxemical, gesture variables; up to typically architectonical contexts, where the design of space and of interior fitting guides, directs and influences the people’ dynamic processes. Mechanistic culture relegated the human figure in anonymity because of the establishment of an asexual morphological-standard. Now, by means of the collected data, it is possible to attempt to look into the subject through its identity and typical features: genus, age, morphometric structure, postural attitudes. The collected data require an acquisition changeable time displaying the dynamicity of the human figure in its diachronic existence. Dynamism of the body is invariable and to be surveyed independently of the scale of the analysis: in the single figure vibrations are visible and measurable like corporal wrapper; in relations’ contexts it become possible to point out the action-reaction process developing like a sequence of corporal outlines; in more articulated contexts postural and dynamic changes can be observed. The working-out of a sample of 50 subjects allowed suggesting a possible increase of the planning guidelines, proposing a minimum measure based on the corporal wrapper, a corporeal data base where the planners can use 3D models like verifying instruments in planning process, the use of corporal types pointed out from the relations analyses like guide line to planning.
Floating; bodies; spaces
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