I recently came across this article called: “The Intersection of Architecture and Art: Finding Beauty in Buildings”
The article mentions that great architecture create spaces that are not only operational but also visually appealing. Art is something that allows people to tell a story or attach emotionally; to interpret its meaning.
Architecture has always shared a blurred line with art, it needs to inspire and make an emotional impact.
There are two ways to create opportunities for art and architecture to coexist in a project. The first is additive art, meaning that the artwork comes in after the project is done. Blank walls for hanging canvases, vaulted spaces for sculptures or a statement lighting fixture, or even exterior walls that might be great for a mural are just a few examples.
The second approach is an integrated one. This absolutely needs to be done during the early stages, as the art is part of the architecture itself.
Looking towards the future, the impact that technology and art will have on the architecture profession holds untold potential. Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) open the door to creating an art experience in places that might otherwise not be able to house art.
Read here the whole article by George Vangelatos — Director of Healthcare Design
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