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authors Brady, Darlene A.
year 1997
title The Mind's Eye: Movement and Time in Architecture
source Design and Representation [ACADIA 97 Conference Proceedings / ISBN 1-880250-06-3] Cincinatti, Ohio (USA) 3-5 October 1997, pp. 85-93
summary Le Corbusier notes in Vers Une Architecture that, because we look at the creation of architecture with eyes which are 5'-6" from the ground, it is imperative to "deal with aims which the eye can appreciate, and intentions which take into account architectural elements." (Le Corbusier 1927) Architecture is a three-dimensional entity that we experience as much through movement as repose. Therefore, it is essential that the computer technology used to design architecture enables the consideration of both aspects of this experience. This paper presents several ways in which animation is used to enhance the design process.

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100%; open Brady, Darlene A. and English, Mark M. (1993) Find in CUMINCAD Creativity: The Virtual Process of Metaphor , Structurist 33/34, PP. 39-42
100%; open Brady, Darlene A. (1996) Find in CUMINCAD The Education of an Architect: Continuity and Change , Journal of Architectural Education (JAE) 50/1, pp. 32-49
100%; open Le Corbusier (1927) Find in CUMINCAD Towards a New Architecture , trans. by Frederick Etchells New York: Payson and Clarke, p. n
100%; open Vitruvius (1960) Find in CUMINCAD The Ten Books on Architecture , trans. By Morris Hicky Morgan New York: Dover, p. 5

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