Politecnico di Milano, Polytechnic University of Milan, School of Design
Every day and month a huge amount of youth, are changing their cultural belief with incredible speed in Iran. The inner central courtyard is still a beautiful and desirable nostalgia but most of the lovers of these types of houses, are looking for more open relationships and more transparent life. The meaning of home in Iran is more than a place to sleep. Since people built a wall around their house and were looking at the inner courtyard, the meaning of home changed. Home is a multi-functional…
It is always good to decide whether we want to show space with or without people. Transparent characters are a compromise that often masks the inability to make decisions or the ability to show space filled - so that the design is easy to read. (However, both are often not possible.) From the layman's point of view, however, the problem is often that the semi-transparent figures are illegible and simply devalue the feeling from the picture. Their use should be quite exceptional. For me, close characters are a bit unnecessary, they cover a large piece of the image, which is otherwise graphically attractive.
I just like the feeling - club atmosphere. I think it fits nicely to design.
The characters should be from a similar perspective and from a similar angle (mainly because of the shadows). this is why visualizers often spend hours and hours searching for suitable 2D characters. Different perspectives and light from different sides will cause the rest of the visualization to become unreadable. It is better to place only characters that have the same shadows, even if there should be fewer.
When I look away from the characters, the space, materials and light are very pleasantly depicted here. It suits me for the purpose of the building.