aesthetic value

aesthetic value

A premium attached to the value of property because of its physical appearance or the scenic views that may be enjoyed from the property; the artistic worth of something, rather than its practical value.

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The argument for this thesis suggests a new way to think about aesthetic value as it is characteristically realized by works of art.
Archeologist Khalid al-Asaad indicated that collapsed parts of the amphitheatres were restored in the same architectural style in 1991, adding that a protective fence was built behind the stairs which added a great aesthetic value to the building.
A better understanding of the notion of aesthetic value, which is the topic of 'Aesthetic Essence' and of a brilliant revisiting of Kant's notion of an aesthetic reflective judgment in 'The Pure Judgment of Taste as an Aesthetic Reflective Judgment', is also supposed to shed new light on the notion of intersubjective validity.
In so doing, he suggests that there is no difference in either aesthetic value or emotional depth between supposedly peripheral doodling and grand central statement.
This program celebrates innovative quality design at the Crossroads of the World and encourages businesses and property owners to think about the aesthetic value of their spaces and places.
Shigeru Ban's cardboard furniture is a good example of elevating the aesthetic value of a humble recyclable material into a highly desirable form.
Lesley Wroe, planning control manager, said: "The site is in close proximity to the green belt, the churchyard and school playing fields and whilst this area is relatively small in comparison, it does have aesthetic value and I consider compensatory measures are necessary.
He said it was always suggested that such paintings were stolen to order, but he was not convinced by the idea that there were collectors abroad who wanted to look at such paintings for their aesthetic value.
Research information and success stories are shared biennially at AMERICAN FOREST' National Urban Forest Conference, instituted in 1982 to promote the financial, social, and aesthetic value of city trees.
The first section critically articulates a humanistic conception of aesthetic value, creativity, and genius.
Second, putting a value on the elephants-outside of the western aesthetic value that many Africans don't have the luxury to share--is the best way to ensure that those peoples work for the survival of the species.
The lifelike skeletons have had scientific as well as aesthetic value.