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ARCH211 W08 Assignment 2.1: Piranesi’s wallpaper SOFTWARE: Rhino 4.0 DUE DATE: 9.21 (6pm) This project will extend your use of 2D drawing tools in Rhino through the design of a wallpaper pattern with a series of repeating tiles. You are asked to explore ideas of geometric complexity, the illusion of depth , and the morphology of forms through this series of repeating elements. You are encouraged to think both about the discreet tiles of your design and their overall combination. PROCESS: Begin with a simple shape (it doesn’t have to be a square, but it could be). Develop a frame for repeating this tile (3x10 minimum) so that its edges meet cleanly with all its neighbors. Within this shape develop a series of patterns. The patterns should transition cleanly from tile to tile so that the affect appears seamless. Layout your completed pattern and an example of each of your four tiles on an 11x17 landscape spread. Make
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Unformatted text preview: sure to adjust your lineweights, linetypes, and color for clarity. Print your layout to pdf. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS (fles to be posted to your IFS space by the due date and time) : your printed layout: 1. 2_uniqname.pdf GRADING: Grading will be based on the quality and legibility o± your fnal print. As such you should consider: Tiling - all of your edges meet, pattern repeats cleanly Dra±ting - proper proportions, well-trimmed lines, use o± fllets Printing - lineweights, linetypes, and colors add to the legibility of the drawing A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C D D D D D D D D D D D D four different tiles tiles arranged 3X10 example tile with transition points at peremeter example frame 11” 17” (not to scale)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course ARCH 211 taught by Professor Bard during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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