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Título: Azulejos de padrão e relevo : uma proposta infográfica
Autor: Nunes, Susana Maria Batalha Reis da Gama, 1987-
Orientador: Vasconcelos, Ana, 1965-
Pereira, Cristóvão Valente, 1966-
Palavras-chave: Design
Data de Defesa: 2014
Resumo: In this work we propose to find a project solution integrating statistical data about a given locality and its inhabitants into pattern façade tiles, through relief elements. The profound link between tiles and portuguese people, region and culture — in two words, portuguese identity —, on the one hand, and their perennial character, on the other hand, makes tiles, in our opinion, an interesting basis in which to include statistical data about the city where they are applied — namely, population and climate —, and, at the same time, share that data with the citizens. In this way, through its buildings façades, public space will mirror information characterizing its climate and the population that inhabits it. An interrelation is therefore created between the citizens and the space where they circulate: people inform and recognize themselves, while public space gets impacted by their existence, accumulating experiences through statistical data. We identified infographics as a powerful way to represent statistical data one wants to exhibit, since it provides the reading of data in an adequate way, while presenting elements that are visually interesting to be used to form patterns in the façades of buildings. Graphics should be built having a goal in mind: that the elements used in their representation be inspired on the elements already used in portuguese pattern tiles. With that purpose, a thorough analysis was undertaken of the ornamental elements used throughout the centuries, as well as of the most frequently used kinds of pattern formation. The three spatial dimensions used in tile relief, in opposition to only two in flat tiles, had the goal of increasing the perceptive interest of façades, both visually — through shadows and brilliancy that spread when hit by a light source — and tactfully. Also, relief application in infographics allowed translation of statistical data in an intuitive way. For example, depressions and elevations in relief will translate the infographic’s negative/positive contrast. The relief and pattern infographic tiles developed in the context of this project proposal and presented in this dissertation, not only include statistical data that inform the passer-by about aspects of the past of the city where they are, they also pretend to create visual and tactile stimuli, showing how the data about a locality can animate the façades of its buildindgs and, hence, animate its streets
Descrição: Tese de mestrado, Design de Equipamento, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2014
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/11513
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