Architecture_NotesJan19

Architecture_NotesJan19 - Thu 19 Architectural Drawings....

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Thu 19 – Architectural Drawings. Conventions of plans/sections/elevation. Readings: J. Ackerman, The origins of Architectural Drawing in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, in Origins, Imitation, Conventions , MIT Press, Cambridge MA, London UK, 2002, pp. 27-65. Transform ideas of architecture into something else… Body of drawings too little to understand a direct correlation between it and architecture Plato – 10 th book of republic Idea has to be represented in order to have meaning But representation never has same idea as the idea itself Echoed by Cicero Notion of beauty exists already in the idea Not necessarily real Lineamenta – geometrical structure to an idea This idea faded drastically thru the middle ages 13 th cent. Marcos A…los… Leonbatista Abete – 1435 Knew work of plato A book on architecture in ten books Tried to connect drawing and the actual architecture – first time Vitruvius‘s treaties still influential from Renaissance to modern times 1)
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