ordering principles of architecture

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ORDERING PRINCIPLES CUArch ARCH 101A: Architectural Foundations I Prof. Michael Abrams Fall 2008 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008
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ORDER: Refers not simply to geometric regularity, but to a condition in which parts of a whole make reference to other parts in order to produce a harmonious arrangement. ALHAMBRA Palace and Citadel of the Moorish kings Granada, Spain (1248-1354) by Andrea Palladio ORDERING PRINCIPLES
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ORDER without diversity can result in monotony or boredom DIVERSITY without ORDER can produce chaos A sense of unity with variety is the ideal ALHAMBRA Palace and Citadel of the Moorish kings Granada, Spain (1248-1354) by Andrea Palladio ORDERING PRINCIPLES
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THE FOLLOWING (6) ORDERING PRINCIPLES ARE SEEN AS VISUAL DEVICES THAT ALLOW VARIED SPACES TO COEXIST WITHIN AN ORDERED, UNIFIED AND HARMONIUS WHOLE: AXIS ORDERING PRINCIPLES DATUM SYMMETRY HIERARCHY TRANSFORMATION RHYTHM
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AXIS : A LINE ESTABLISHED BY TWO POINTS IN SPACE, ABOUT WHICH FORMS AND SPACES CAN BE ARRANGED IN A SYMMETRICAL OR BALANCED MANNER ORDERING PRINCIPLES WELL-DEFINED SPACES, GENERALLY CENTRALIZED OR REGULAR IN FORM GATEWAYS THAT OPEN OUTWARD TOWARD A VIEW BEYOND
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AXIS : ALTHOUGH IMAGINARY AND NOT VISIBLE EXCEPT TO THE MIND’S EYE, AN AXIS CAN BE POWERFUL, DOMINATING, REGULATING DEVICE ALTHOUGH IT IMPLIES SYMMETRY, IT DEMANDS BALANCE ORDERING PRINCIPLES THE NOTION OF AN AXIS CAN BE REINFORCED BY DEFINING EDGES ALONG ITS LENGTH
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ORDERING PRINCIPLES THE NOTION OF AN AXIS CAN BE REINFORCED BY DEFINING EDGES ALONG ITS LENGTH THE WINGS OF THE UFFIZI PALACE (FLORENCE, ITALY) FRAME AN AXIAL SPACE THAT LEADS FROM THE RIVER ARNO , THROUGH THE UFFIZI ARCH, TO THE PIAZZA DELLA SIGNORIA AND THE PALAZZO VECCHIO
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ORDERING PRINCIPLES AN AXIS CAN ALSO BE ESTABLISHED SIMPLY BY A SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT OF DIFFERENT FORMS AND SPACES
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