Architecture terrible is a term used to describe design that is deliberately created to be aesthetically displeasing. It is a concept that contradicts most traditional principles of design, which are typically focused on creating visually pleasing objects, structures, and spaces. As a result, architecture terrible is often used to make a statement, usually one that is critical of the status quo or of the idea that the appearance of a design is the most important element. This concept has been used in a wide range of contexts, from art projects to public architecture.
Architectural ugliness, design criticism, aesthetic disruption.
Architecture Terrible is a form of design that pays little consideration to the form, function, or aesthetics of a given structure. This architecture style is usually characterized by an emphasis on impracticality and an overall disregard for the user's experience. It can include a lack of thought for the basic elements of design such as lighting, space, and proportion. It often results in a structure that is difficult to navigate and uncomfortable to experience.
Architecture, Design, Terrible, Aesthetics, Function, Lighting, Space, Proportion.
CITATION : "Lauren Moore. 'Architecture Terrible.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=189944 (Accessed on April 01, 2023)"
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