Relative speed and position in architecture: An art gallery



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Problematic Thesis Statement By relating to the relative speed and position of the viewer, architecture possesses a greater ability to relate to the user during dynamic events. Theorize Design Solution Movement is such a major component in today's viewing process. While people view spaces in a linear process, they rarely see images as static points; each image is part of a sequence that is read as a whole. Movement is bound by two main factors: position and speed. Speed refers to the amount of time it takes to pass a distance and get from one point to the next. Because of this, the main variables associated with speed are time and distance. A short distance traveled over a long time can appear to be a great distance and vice versa.



Art museums -- Design, Perspective, Austin (Tex.)