Approach to Human Perception in Architecture
The perception of each individual can be different on an object. If associated with the architect's point of view in architecture, the architect's perception depends on his ability to understand architecture based on the experience of the architect and the form or value contained in the architecture in providing understanding to the architect who saw it. This study aims to examine human perceptions, especially architects in architecture, by presenting a review of research literature relating to human perception in architecture. Various theories are used to understand or evaluate architectures such as: Environmental Ecological Perception, Brentano Theory, Brunswik Lens Model, Perception Transaction, Perception Phenomenology, attention theory. In general, there are four dimensions in human perception, namely cognitive, affective, interpretative, and evaluative, and based on that there are differences in perspective dimensions between architects and non-architects. The perception of objects in architecture is not limited to physical phenomena, but also mental phenomena as the motivation behind the formation of this physical phenomenon. Then the perception object in architecture is related to physical and mental phenomena (values) of architecture.
Index Terms - Perception, Architect, Architecture