Gardens are a cultural element that has been with us for a long time and has continued to develop. As history and culture change over time from the past to the present, the meaning of the garden has continued to change and develop, and it has been used as a cultural space that reflects human desires and values.
This project was based on Dezallier d’Argenville’s book
Among the various types of gardens, the Baroque garden, which gives order to nature and has striking geometric elements, was set as the scope of research, and the six basic emotions claimed by psychologists were used. By analyzing the associative images of emotions, influences, expressions, and colors through Gestalt psychology, Elements of lines that represent geometric shapes and directions are derived, and these are utilized to be reproduced in the form of a gigantic Baroque garden on a grid. In addition, Robert Plutchik’s Wheel of emotions is utilized to express a new garden by mixing each emotion, and to create a new modern look through a simplification process. Additionally, an emotional garden in the form of a carpet was created to explore various ways of expression, drawing inspiration from Persian carpets. Through the process of creating your own carpet using the latch hook method, inner emotions can be visually expressed, looked at, managed, and stability can be found.
Welcome to the garden of emotions. The garden of pure emotions consists of a total of six emotions: happiness, sadness, anger, fear, surprise, and disgust, and the garden of mixed emotions consists of combining these emotions with adjacent or opposite emotions. These two gardens are divided into a total of four areas. Each garden element has its own distinct character and function, allowing you to have different and diverse experiences in the garden. Feel your emotions and organize your clutter in your mind in the Garden of Emotions, where you can visualize and experience emotions directly.