Message - Re: borders between architecture and graphic design

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Posted by  Lindsey on February 16, 2003 at 09:25:37:

In Reply to:  Re: borders between architecture and graphic design posted by Gary R on February 14, 2003 at 06:56:58:

I wouldn't really look at the border of architecture and graphic design as to its symbiosis and the fact there are no borders. Christopher Wren was an architect, scientist and mathematician, was very involved with the structural theory of buildings as well as the design. During this period an architect would be a builder, designer, artist, sculptor, scientist and mathematician. They both live within the same rules to me creating something out of space that due to laws of nature coupled with our minds will hopefully stimulate. 3D is a superb tool for architecture are you working in the business? Im currently studying vr and looking at architecture for a module:

Produce a written report addressing the issues in which computer generated imagery is utilised within the 'architectural design process.'

So its the first time i've looked at RIBA's design process stages and will learn more about how using visualisation helps or doesnt help.


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