Spatial Elements of Middle School Gymnasium Based on Youth Visual Perception
Authors: Taiyang Wang, Xianqi Zeng, Peng Luo
Abstract: Middle school students are physically and psychologically different from adults. They are in a relatively special and rapidly changing phase. As the most penetrating level of environmental perception, visual perception directly affects the use of the space in middle school gymnasiums. Based on the human factors engineering problem of teenagers using campus gymnasiums to carry out sports activities, this study takes visual perception as the starting point and adopts the method of combining research and experiment. Through semi-structured interviews and grading questionnaires, the strong factors related to middle school students’ willingness to exercise and architectural space design were refined. A seven-differentiation evaluation scale was constructed by SD method, and a questionnaire survey was conducted on 1150 middle school students. Multiple linear regression analysis was performed on the statistical data, and multiple groups were compared by age group and gender, and thus corresponding design strategies were proposed. The paper aims at promoting the enthusiasm of youth sports development, and providing theoretical support for the construction and development of middle school gymnasiums.
Keywords: Visual Perception, Youth Stadium Space, Ergonomic
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