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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Although mild soap solution may safely remove superficial dirt, conservators often use stronger organic solvents to remove top layers so old or discolored that they diminish a painting's aesthetic value.
* 35% for the aesthetic value in view of the requested digital medium presenting a precedent
Mansour said that his painting will add an aesthetic value to the Embassy's surrounding, adding that his piece is "an opportunity to show my artistic abilities through a work that embodies an artistic, civilizational and aesthetic value in one of Damascus's streets."
And of course the aesthetic value can't be overlooked.
A sampling of topics addressed in 17 contributions: life without the muses, the aesthetics of (non)sense, music in Platonic thought, authenticity as an aesthetic value, Roman imperial architecture, and literary judgments as personal critiques in Roman satire.
6 lakh is also given to each selected Awardee to innovate and create five new products of high level of excellence, high aesthetic value and high quality befitting the stature of the Guru.
In the classification of consumption experience values, aesthetic value of visual consumption refers to self-oriented emotional bonding (Holbrook & Gardner, 1993; Lin, 2008; Lin & Yeh, 2009; Mugge, Schifferstein, & Schoormans, 2008; Olney, Holbrook, & Batra, 1991; Yeh & Lin, 2011).
According to tradition, not all of these values are characteristic of art: works of art characteristically bear aesthetic value. Breaking with tradition, some now say that works of art bear artistic value, as distinct from aesthetic value.
Budd focuses on the concept of aesthetic value: 'the idea of an object which is intrinsically valuable to experience, with understanding of both what kind of thing it is and its specific character' (2).
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.