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Measuring and analyzing your curation will help you to understand what your audience is looking for and how to improve your performance. Life was artificial andtheatrical. For some time, students of architecture throughout the country have felt the need for a book dealing with generalideas concerning the Theory of Design, a book that would be in every senseintroductory, defining the various approaches. In this 20th Century, our social structure has become so complex that confusion rather than simplicity is its chief ssalvan.
Relative Proportion -dealswiththere lationship betweentheparts of an object and the whole e ample ratro between the diameterofaClassicalcol umnandits height or therelationofthe panels ofthe door andthe wholedoor. Reproduction-for thepopulationto increaseandcontinue in existence.
Greg George Created Date. Space,initself isindefinable andintangi-bleandhasno limits. Whatever the type or character of architedtural building, parts of it are more evident to the observer than others-theexteriorismorereadilyseenandunderstoodthanisthearrangementoftherooms, which is called the plan.
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In the temperate zones,people are energetic and progress is assured. In architectural composition, mass is more important than surface.
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It isnecessary that one clearly dominate theother that the elementof a contrast will be present. Again,itwasanugly anddrab variety,without the color of the FrenchRenaissance. Simplicity of arrangement, satisfactory lighting, andeaseof ci rculationareprimaryrequirements. Vi a video cameras shecanscanshelftops and table sur-faces.
SURFACE AREA – surface with two dimensionsasina facadeof abuilding texture- surface treatment identified with salvn whether rough or smooth tone – lightandshadecausedby openings,projections color – inherent or appliedcolorcausedby spectrumhues FORM In an architectural discussion the accepted definition of form deals with shape and when the figure is three dimensional,it becomesmass.
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George Salvan Architectural Theories of Design
Thedrivingrainsand coldwinds made these porches a de. Man alsoinvented machines for air conditioning, heating, ventilating andthis machine age brought about the suggestionof windowless buildings. When the scene changed from the farm to the city, wealth and servants, and large houses were easily maintained. The necessity of shedding architectiral rai n and snow makesthegreater pitch to the roofs more practical.
This is showl’l inthe typicalstructures likethe house-which provides shelter for manduring his hours of rest. Majorityofthe topicsonarchitecturaldesignarebehavioralrelationsbetweenmanand building,ecologicalinteractionsbetweenbuildingandnatureandtheroleof buildingin man’s perceptionof andorientationto the cityscape. Initsbroader aspects,architecture is shelter,not only for man during the various hours of his daily exist-ence-work, recreation andsleep-but alsoto protect allthe activities of human race.
During the present century the concentration of wealth in our cities has been responsible for our attitude toward certain types of architecture.
George Salvan Architectural Theories of Design
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