alexa Abstract | CQC as an Element of Aesthetic Control in Research of Architectural Space
ISSN: 2168-9717

Journal of Architectural Engineering Technology
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Contemporary architecture is characterised by immense diversity of technical and technological solutions, in particular as regards aesthetics and composition. The moment we mastered the methods of safe erection of edifices, the problem of useable and aesthetic quality emerged. The composition quality control (CQC) is an original method of organising the issues related to deformation of architectural space by an analytical tool and it aims at analysing the space in the context of its designing and transformation. One may prove that space should be composed in a certain way for certain purposes and following certain pre-determined goals so that its form is not random. Composition is an extremely significant stage of creation – success of any project depends on the knowledge of its rules (on observing them or consciously violating them). Despite its vital role, composition is frequently marginalized and seen as a set of rigid, dead rules. This paper will argue that this is a misconception and the knowledge of theory is the key to conscious application of various elements of spatial composition and it helps in a truly creative process.

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Author(s): Marynczuk IAP


Research, Composition, Architectural space, Theory of architecture, Rules and principles, Research, Composition, Architectural space, Theory of architecture, Rules and principles

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