Diagram: Architecture

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an abstract black and white painting with squares, lines, and rectangles on it
Sylvie Chirat. Japan Architect Mar 1989, 19
Sylvie Chirat. Japan Architect Mar 1989, 19
an abstract drawing with red lines and black squares
Larissa Fassler
Larissa Fassler Schlossplatz IV, 2014 The angles of tourists’ photos mapped onto the site along with Palast der Republik’s footprint, defined by the events of the interim use phase (2003-2005).
an abstract drawing with lines and shapes
Cornell Journal of Architecture
Miralles Lines, Curvature Analysis through Graphic Differential Geometry 3: Tangent & Normal Notation. In order to find a common notation that can describe all three curves, a notation of lines tangent and normal to the curves is introduced. Each tangent vector describes the trajectory at an instant along the curve. Each normal vector is extended to the center of the circle that best approximates the radius of curvature at that instant.
an architectural drawing of a church with multiple crosses on it's steeple and roof
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RIBA 2013 President’s Silver medal went to Ben Hayes. This is a typological study of neglected churches.
an architectural diagram with many different sections and numbers on it, including buildings in the background
Rem Koolhaas / Harvard GSD: Harvard Design School Guide to Shopping (2002) - Timeline Retail Typologies
an abstract painting with lines and shapes on it's sides, including the top part of a building
Jessy Yang, Yuting Zhang [[MORE]]New York City’s landmarks anchor and orient the city’s more than 8 millioninhabitants. This mapping traces and overlays 20 of Manhattan’s mostprominent landmarks and their isovists (3D visibility viewsheds) in order touncover surfaces both highly visible to and that sharply frame these urbanmonuments. The mapping investigates three of Manhattan’s different typological territories in order to examine their effects on the landmarks’ isovists: the strictly o...
an image of a flower that has been drawn in red and blue on white paper
Arabic / Islamic geometry 01
The basic construction behind the cathedral window
an image of train tracks and buildings in different directions, with the words'street conditions'above them
CMU School of Architecture
Urban Transect
an old drawing of a circular building with two sections cut out to show the interior
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Roof plan of the Pantheon, Rome, by Piranesi [c 1750] www.artexperiencenyc.com
an old and new floor plan for a building with two floors, one in the middle
dismantling sites of power: the void remains
Split, Croatia: Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace and the city built over it, 1912
the diagram shows different types of windows and doors in various sizes, shapes, and colors
Louis Kahn (from "Licht und Raum- light and space", Urs Büttiker) The chronological listing of projects traces Kahn's development process in light control and modulation. Projects beginning with student work from 1924 and ending with the Berkeley library from 1971-1974 reveal an extraordinary broad spectrum of solutions for the design of light and space. Kahn's struggle to find the coherent answer for each architectural challenge remains the basic principle characterizing his complete work.
the instructions for how to make an origami flower with pictures and text on it
Islamic Design, Arabesque and Geometry
Islamic Design, Arabesque and Geometry
an image of the cross pattern in black and white, as well as several smaller squares
OM Ungers Urban Design practices and theories | Oswald Mathias Ungers's Idea of the City
Dense City (Multi-directional): Building System Variation, in OM Ungers and T Heyde, Lysander New City (1970)