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Large scale, architectural projects, involving complex freeform geometry. • Realization challenging and costly. • Available digital design technology is. components of architectural form and to show how to organize them within the framework of geometrical concepts throughout the history of architecture. of research, which has been called architectural geometry, meanwhile graphics and geometry processing, architectural geometry yields.

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Architekturgeometrie H. Not less than illustrations and photographs provide visual explanations of geometric concepts, illustrate the application of the discussed topics in classical or contemporary architecture, and stimulate the reader's imagination.

A truly delightful read, 'Architectural Geometry' is predestined to become the bible of the recently emerging field of architectural geometry. But what [ This fascinating study of the intrinsic geometries of some of the biggest buildings of our times is a must for the specialist and a delight for the casual reader. Aber was [ The authors are at the forefront of research into advanced modeling technologies and the underlying geometrical principles upon which they are based, and it thus contains, particularly in the later chapters, advanced topics such as shape optimization, PQ meshes, and surface development that are at the cutting edge of the discipline.

For those involved in the construction and refinement of geometrical pipelines for architectural modeling and production, I expect it will become the standard reference. Its content is fundamental and will be not only relevant but essential for many years to come.

I've asked that copies be added to the PennDesign library and firmly believe this singular work belongs in the library of every high school, college, and university offering architecture and engineering design as part of its curriculum, as well as in the offices of architectural and design organizations around the globe. Tools Request permission Export citation Add to favorites Track citation. Share Give access Share full text access.

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