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Drawing and designing Plan (floor plan)- simple view from about. Shows the length and the width. Always totally accurate. Sectional- shows both the interior and exterior of a building at the same time. Computer Assisted Design- Architectural Rendering- in a style of drawing called perspective. Supposed to show you what your house or building will look like when its completely finished. Elevation- drawing that shows us that any one side of a building looks like. Structures: Post and Lintel (beam)- two posts and a beam going on top of two posts Arch- Cantilever- made with reinforced concrete. Steel Frame- revolutionized the way buildings were constructed. Concrete- Romans invented using tufa. Wasn’t rediscovered till the 19
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Unformatted text preview: th century. Function Architects Joseph Paxton Frank Gehry- Le Corbusier- Moshe Safdie- Habitat. Frank Lloyd Wright- Learned how to work with the land and embrace nature and space. Terms Romanesque- Romanesque, used arches, heavy walls, dark. Gothic- pointed arch. You could have any dimensional arch you want and still have the points meet at the same point. Also had a lot of light. Buttress- takes care of the added pressure from the “hoop” pressure and dissipates it. Romans were the first modern architects. Romans thought about the interior volume first then they built the building around it. The Greeks designed most of their buildings from the exterior in....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Maul during the Winter '08 term at Oregon State.

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