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Art Pavilion Design

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Art Pavilion Design

Art Pavilion Design is an interaction between an artist or a group of artists and the public audience. It includes the development of a unique concept for a physical space, which is then created in an environment conducive to the creation and display of art. The design of the pavilion requires the consideration of aesthetics, tactile sensation, visual interest, structural integrity, and the inclusion of elements such as lighting, audio, seating, and display of artwork. It is also essential that the art pavilion design is compatible with the surrounding environment, such as the climate, the community, and the architecture. The pavilion design must also take into account the needs of the artist, the public, and the budget.

Art, pavilion, design, architecture, aesthetics, tactile sensation, visual interest, structural integrity, lighting, audio, seating.

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Art Pavilion Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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