axonometric


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ax·o·no·met·ric

 (ăk′sə-nō-mĕt′rĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to an orthogonal projection in which distant features are drawn to the same scale as near ones, thus causing some distortion but allowing views of more than one side of the object.

[From axonometry : Greek axōn, axis + -metry.]
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He had adopted the architect's tool of axonometric projection, "where they use a diagonal or an oblique view of space in order to think about its outside and its inside".
2) Deliverables complementary missions: sections - facades - SUBL table surfaces and SDF - Carrez - VIE - topographic map - plan Hosted - axonometric view.
just as axonometric projection eliminates every fixed, unique viewpoint," writes Yve-Alain Bois in his essay "Metamorphoses of Axonometry" (1981/1983), "so it has been used throughout history in a multiple, contradictory fashion.
Finally, Figure 5 below elicits, in the manner of an exploded axonometric, the different narrative layers by exposing them as individual entities.
3D Design Space - 3D guidelines and editing planes to help the creation of the BIM model in the natural 3D environment, including axonometric and perspective views.
These do not necessarily need to be beautifully rendered buildings in lush landscapes, but should show simple proportions along with an understanding of perspective, axonometric views, sections or details.
The left hand part is a reassuring axonometric view of the exterior of two half domes.
Illustration: Axonometric projection of Bavarian dairy farm of the future for 160 milking cows with cow-kennels, two milking robots, automatic feeding, biogas plant, and photovoltaic cells on all roofs.
For Stirling, the axonometric perspective became a defining tool: 'a whole aesthetic and way of life comes from the logic and articulation possible with such a method,' Charles Jencks once wrote.
This effect can clearly be seen in the 3D axonometric representations of three different SLS components in Figure 1.
The artist depicted the city from the south, in a combinatory birds-eye and axonometric view.
Consisting of an eighteen-page introduction on "The City in History", brief histories of some sixty-six select cities arranged alphabetically, and an amalgam of maps, plans, views, elevations and axonometric projections of buildings with accompanying map imagery--all from the British Library--this work does at least highlight the field's potential.