AD Consulting

House On Road 2, VGC

Through studying heritage architecture, it is interesting to note the dominance of platonic volumes perceived as visually pleasing by the public This probably derives from the brain’s desire to create order out of the visual cues it receives from the environment. Learning from these AD buildings, such as the House on Road 2 in Victoria Garden City, with its series of cylinders, pyramids, and cubes, achieve an effortless sense of order and patterning which the brain can connect with.