Abstract

This paper discusses the concept of design appropriateness as a multisensory and multiperceptory experience. It presents examples and examines key issues related to the perception of design in controlled and free environments. It also comments upon the role of memory in perceived appropriateness.

Keywords:

appropriateness, context, character

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Nov 17th, 12:00 AM

The Appropriateness of Things.

This paper discusses the concept of design appropriateness as a multisensory and multiperceptory experience. It presents examples and examines key issues related to the perception of design in controlled and free environments. It also comments upon the role of memory in perceived appropriateness.

 

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