Essential element of architectural design in the villa of Oplontis, the wall decoration is characterized by the research of daring perspectives tending to dilate the surfaces of the interior environments: these are paintings in II and III style that depict architectural perspectives according to a marked taste for the theatrical stage design applied to painted decoration; it’s aimed to determine the illusion of environments that you happen endlessly in a game of feints architectures, often processed with extreme wisdom. The working method is related to the establishing the relationship between the container and the space created by the perspective illusion and has its starting point in rigorous photogrammetric survey technique and rendering; then it move on to examine the specialties of roman painting, analyzing both the general characteristics and specific aspects. This study also uses of a philological analysis with reference to vitruvian rules and to greek-romans typologies in order to reconstruct the painted space; finally the painted space, in 3d model, is recomposed with real space, thin to land to representations more effective than they allow to gather better still the experience of a quite new space, in a reconstruction of the architecture integrated by the illusion, as if it were real In this simulation of virtual spaces, the digital graphics helps to lead the experimentation that is developing, as part of the PRIN 2010-2011 research (Architectural Perspective: digital preservation, content access and analytics, scientific coordinator Riccardo Migliari), by the Salerno Unit, with the annexed unities (University of Naples ‘Federico II’, Second University of Naples, University of Basilicata). Of this research, which puts particular attention to the architectural, archaeological and iconographical heritage in Campania, are presented here only part of the achieved outcomes.

The architectonic perspectives in the villa of Oplonti: a space over the real

PASCARIELLO, MARIA INES
2015

Abstract

Essential element of architectural design in the villa of Oplontis, the wall decoration is characterized by the research of daring perspectives tending to dilate the surfaces of the interior environments: these are paintings in II and III style that depict architectural perspectives according to a marked taste for the theatrical stage design applied to painted decoration; it’s aimed to determine the illusion of environments that you happen endlessly in a game of feints architectures, often processed with extreme wisdom. The working method is related to the establishing the relationship between the container and the space created by the perspective illusion and has its starting point in rigorous photogrammetric survey technique and rendering; then it move on to examine the specialties of roman painting, analyzing both the general characteristics and specific aspects. This study also uses of a philological analysis with reference to vitruvian rules and to greek-romans typologies in order to reconstruct the painted space; finally the painted space, in 3d model, is recomposed with real space, thin to land to representations more effective than they allow to gather better still the experience of a quite new space, in a reconstruction of the architecture integrated by the illusion, as if it were real In this simulation of virtual spaces, the digital graphics helps to lead the experimentation that is developing, as part of the PRIN 2010-2011 research (Architectural Perspective: digital preservation, content access and analytics, scientific coordinator Riccardo Migliari), by the Salerno Unit, with the annexed unities (University of Naples ‘Federico II’, Second University of Naples, University of Basilicata). Of this research, which puts particular attention to the architectural, archaeological and iconographical heritage in Campania, are presented here only part of the achieved outcomes.
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