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Drill List 2 Elements of Design in the picture below

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**Applications of Technology**

Principles of Design - Transformation

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**abc acb bac cab 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. abc acb Permutation: changing the order of elements arranged in a particular order bac cab

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Transformation Ward Willets House by Frank Lloyd Wright is an example of the transformation of the Cruciform Plan.

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Transformation The Thomas Hardy House is another example of transforming the Cruciform Plan.

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**Transformation of Form**

Subtractive: subtracting portions of a volume. Form may retain identity or become a new form. House at Stabio, Mario Botta Switserland Gwathmey Residence Amagensett, New York

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**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

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**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

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**Transformation of Form**

Dimensional: altering one or more of a solids dimensions. The solid may be compressed or stretched. Transformation of other types of solids Unite d’Habitation, Le Corbusier Firminy-Vert, France

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**Collisions of Geometry**

Two forms of differing geometry may collide and interpenetrate each other’s boundaries. Each form will compete for visual dominance. Circle and Square Chancellery Building, French Embassy Le Corbusier

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**Collisions of Geometry**

Rotated Grid St. Marks Tower Frank Lloyd Wright

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