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Maver, Thomas W.
Digital Heritage's Development in Architecture
Territorio 80 (2017) pp. 44-47
For at least 1000 years humankind represented existing and intended building by simple two-dimensional plans and elevations. In the Renaissance, a new-found capability with pen and paper allowed the representation or perspective geometry. These paper-based perspective views, together with plan and elevations, served architects and their clients for the best part of the next 300 years.