authors 
Barrionuevo, Luis F. and Borsetti, Ricardo 
year 
2001 
title 
LA POTENCIALIDAD ESPACIAL DE LOS "SPIROLATERALS" EN LA ARQUITECTURA (The Spacial Potential of the "Spirolaterals" in Architecture) 
source 
SIGraDi biobio2001  [Proceedings of the 5th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics / ISBN 9567813124] Concepcion (Chile) 2123 november 2001, pp. 7476 
summary 
“Spirolaterals” (Odds, 1973) are mathematical entities created by drawing a set of lines, the first at a unit length, then each additional line increasing by a value of certain longitude while turning a constant or variable direction. (Krawczyk, 2000) The objective of this work is to propose the use of spirolaterals as a geometric support to produce preliminary alternatives for architectural layouts. A computation program is implemented to demonstrate the automatic production of spatial spirolaterals: spirospace, and images of results are exposed. 
series 
SIGRADI 
email 
lbarrio87@hotmail.com 
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