Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. This paper discusses a deployable-arch-structure design that is built using articulated bars, commonly called a scissor-system, and is based on the regular polygon geometry. The deployed-arch shape can be determined by inscribing regular polygon geometry in a circle. It is defined by the: a.
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The drawing supposes probably the most valuable tool to see, not only to look, architecture. The cinematographic record of the eye, our vision in movement, our time , conceals often essential aspects from everything what surrounds us, folds of the visible thing only evident under certain conditions of attention and belonging to the place. A rapid note of the Opera of Oslo shows here alone the indispensable thing: a landscape of plegaduras, light and a soft surge.
The drawing reveals his important questions since they are the perspective, here undecipherable; the scale, ingeniously manipulated; the proportion, horizontal as the eye of the crocodile; the geometry , of triangular base; the relation with the light, dazzling from an improper Mediterranean white; the soft sway of the water on the back of an iceberg precisely calculated.
So importantly it turns out to be here the demonstrated as the finely removed and even, why not, manipulated: the drawing lies in occasions to tell the truth. Though also we need to draw to recognize we us same in this to pass , to feel included, sheltered, to belong somehow to this unknown world that we try to understand from the militancy of the drawing.
We are the first fugitive of our notebook of trip. We are, fleetingly, inhabitants of the drawing. July Sketch by MADC. Author Details. Utilizamos cookies para asegurar que damos la mejor experiencia al usuario en nuestra web.
Deployable Arches Based on Regular Polygon Geometry