This is one of my favourite images from the Black Box presentation. It shows how colour and different shades of grey can be used to indicate different parts of and exploded axonometric drawing. This relates well with our experiment 2 exercises with axonometric drawings. This drawing on vellum shows a great amount of detail. The terrain map underneath the exploded axonometric shows the building how it would sit in its surroundings, but because it is a light colour it doesn’t detract attention from the actual building design.
Monday, April 19, 2010
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"I love working with passionate people who want to help address climate change and poverty by thinking and experimenting outside the square"
The Sydney Morning Herald. "Thinking outside the square finds light in oven." http://www.smh.com.au/news/energy-smart/thinking-outside-the-square-finds-light-in-oven/2008/08/19/1218911717526.html (accessed April 23, 2010)