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Preference for curvilinear contour in interior architectural spaces: Evidence from experts and nonexperts

AuthorsVartanian, Oshin; Navarrete, Gorka; Chatterjee, Arjan; Fich, Lars Brorson; Leder, Helmut; Modroño, Cristián; Rostrup, Nicolai; Skov, Martin; Corradi, Guido; Nadal, Marcos
Issue Date2019
PublisherAmerican Physiological Society
CitationPsychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 13(1): 110-116 (2019)
AbstractMuch evidence suggests that preference for curvilinear visual contour is robust. We collected data from experts (i.e., self-identified architects and designers) and nonexperts to test the hypothesis that expertise moderates one's sensitivity to curvilinear contour within architectural spaces. When assessing beauty, experts found rectilinear spaces less beautiful than curvilinear spaces, whereas contour had no effect on beauty judgments among nonexperts. In contrast, when making approach-avoidance decisions, nonexperts were more likely to opt to enter curvilinear than rectilinear spaces, whereas contour had no effect on approach-avoidance decisions among experts. These results bolster the case for the importance of contour as an important and potentially adaptive feature in architecture and design, but stress the impact of expertise on its aesthetic and motivational relevance.
Publisher version (URL)http://doi.org/10.1037/aca0000150
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/205222
DOI10.1037/aca0000150
Identifiersdoi: 10.1037/aca0000150
e-issn: 1931-390X
issn: 1931-3896
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