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MAROONED Marine entertainment complex

MAROONED Marine entertainment complex
After researching and analyzing architectural design methods in terms of intellectual techniques and the basic principles of visual foundations in architecture, we have reached a unified conclusion that indicates repetitive deficiencies in expressing message, emotion, and pure creativity resulting from the architect's subconscious in creating architectural form and structure. In architectural styles, only a kind of mental symbols, which are a result of the artist's thought codes and society, are expressed. In all design methods, no attention is paid to the individual consumer's feelings, focusing only on aspects such as function and ergonomics.
Now, to express the real feelings stemming from the subconscious and the direct impact of consumer emotions, we need fundamental changes in the primary visual elements of modern and classical design methods and the expression of a novel approach with non-repetitive structure and principles to create and assess the artistic effect. We will need an automatic method and a structured algorithm due to the complexity of the stages and the high volume of transmitted information and also the calculations needed to create the appropriate volume. By using the computer-aided design process, we can easily update the volume.This method is called the mass bionic algorithm, and for its creation, we use six stages based on principles of computer science, new mathematics, psychology, and cellular anatomy.

These six principles are as follows:
Step One: Selection of numerical effect of emotion
Step Two: Collection of emotional impact
Step Three: Measurement of appropriate mass
Step Four: Selection of points
Step Five: Graph growth - Production of two-dimensional shape
Step Six: Negative growth - Volume production and optimization
The result of these six principles is a three-dimensional mass (architectural volume) resulting from the pure and real emotions of the artist's or the consumer's subconscious. In previous styles, we only witness the display of a series of mental codes resulting from the architect's thought limitations against environmental reality, which presents itself with new arrangements and compositions. The outcome of this process leads to architectural environments that are encompassed by emotion and whose mutual impact (psychological and physical) leads to greater sustainability, according to existing documentation.
This process has led to the design of a multi-purpose recreational maritime center.
MAROONED Marine entertainment complex
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