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Drill List 2 Elements of Design in the picture below
APPLICATIONS OF TECHNOLOGY Principles of Design - Transformation
Transformation Transformation is an architectural concept, structure, or organization that can be altered through a series of discrete manipulations and permutations in response to a specific context or set of conditions without a loss of identity or concept. Permutation: changing the order of elements arranged in a particular order abcacb baccab
Transformation Ward Willets House by Frank Lloyd Wright is an example of the transformation of the Cruciform Plan.
Transformation The Thomas Hardy House is another example of transforming the Cruciform Plan.
Transformation of Form Subtractive: subtracting portions of a volume. Form may retain identity or become a new form. Gwathmey Residence Amagensett, New York House at Stabio, Mario Botta Switserland
Transformation of Form Additive: addition of elements to a volume. How elements are added and the number and size of elements determine if the original form retains its identity. Villa Rotunda, Palladio Vicenza, Italy
Transformation of Form Additive: addition of elements to a volume. How elements are added and the number and size of elements determine if the original form retains its identity. Il Redentore; Andrea Palladio Venice, Italy
Transformation of Form Transformation of other types of solids Dimensional: altering one or more of a solids dimensions. The solid may be compressed or stretched. Unite d’Habitation, Le Corbusier Firminy-Vert, France
Collisions of Geometry Two forms of differing geometry may collide and interpenetrate each other’s boundaries. Each form will compete for visual dominance. Chancellery Building, French Embassy Le Corbusier Circle and Square
Collisions of Geometry Rotated Grid St. Marks Tower Frank Lloyd Wright